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Editorial Quality Review

Ethical and Legal Considerations

Annette Flanagin

Editorial Quality Review

A final editorial procedure that should be a part of every journal’s operation is quality review. After publication, editorial and production staff and advisers should review each issue for content errors (which, if detected, should be considered for publication as corrections), problems in presentation and format, and general appearance. All editorial and publishing staff should have the opportunity to participate in the quality review process, and all errors, problems, and suggestions for improvement should be communicated to the editor as well as those directly involved in editing and producing the publication.

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