Raquel Christie, Editorial Assistant
Now into its second year, our Friday FAQs staff blog has answered more than 50 of your most pressing questions about how things work at Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Here, the first of a two-part series in which the editorial staff highlight the 10 blog posts we thought were the most valuable in providing insight to our readers, reviewers, and authors.
(1) January 2013: Why Do I Need to Register For an Account On GreenJournal.org?
This is by far one of the most common questions we receive here in the journal office! This blog explains the special features you gain access to by registering for an account on our website.
(2) March 2013: How Quick is the Turnaround Time on Manuscripts Submitted to Obstetrics & Gynecology?
How long will you have to wait before you hear a verdict on your paper? The details are laid out here.
(3) April 2013: Do You Have Tips for Writing a Helpful Review?
This entry includes valuable advice from our new team of editors on what makes a review that is helpful to both the editors and the authors.
(4) May 2013: I Heard Reviewers Are Graded: Is This True?
This post reveals the details behind the scale the editors use when grading the reviews our reviewers submit through Editorial Manager.
(5) June 2013: How Do I Earn CME Credits on the Green Journal Web Site?
Did you know that each of our Clinical Expert Series articles comes with a quiz you can submit for potential CME credit? Learn more in this post.
Look out next Friday for the final five most important blog posts of the year!