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Call for Applicants: Rheum with a (re)View Mentoring Program

The ACR’s Committee on Journal Publications created a peer review mentoring program in the spring of 2022, pairing Early Career Investigators (Mentees) with Senior Investigators (Mentors) to facilitate training in effective journal peer review. Each Mentor is assigned three Mentees, with each Mentee expected to complete three reviews over the course of the one-year program, with oversight, critique and coaching on the part of the Mentor. A Certificate of Completion is awarded upon completion of the program, and Mentee graduates are added to the reviewer rosters of the ACR’s three peer-reviewed journals: Arthritis & Rheumatology; Arthritis Care & Research; and ACR Open Rheumatology.

Call for Applications

ACR/ARP members who have finished training within the past 10 years and have research experience are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants should complete the survey and provide the requested application materials by April 15.

Apply for Rheum with a re(View) Mentoring Program

Contact Kimberly Murphy or Amr Sawalha, MD, Chair, ACR Committee on Journal Publications.

Daniel H. Solomon, MD, MPH, Editor

Arthritis & Rheumatology (A&R), an official journal of the American College of Rheumatology, is a peer-reviewed publication for scientists and clinicians interested in the natural history, pathophysiology, treatment, and outcome of rheumatic diseases.

A&R publishes the highest quality basic and clinical research related to the rheumatic diseases, encompassing a wide range of areas of investigative activity. In addition, the journal publishes review articles, editorials, and other educational material intended for both researchers and clinicians. Serving the worldwide community of rheumatology investigators and clinicians, A&R is known internationally as a top rheumatology research journal.

A subscription to A&R is included with ACR membership.

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