Peer review is a process often used in evaluation of applications for publication, funding or promotion, whereby other academics will review a paper/application and provide feedback.
It can be a formal process or researchers may choose to ask colleagues to review their work informally. Often another pair of eyes can spot errors or inconsistencies that the author may not identify.
The UCL Code of Conduct sets out the expectations and responsibilities linked to peer review.
UCL also offers training courses:
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