Peer-Reviewed Journals Should Have Editorial Boards And Experts, CHC Says
The Coalition for Healthcare Communication's proposed guidelines for off-label dissemination define "bona fide peer-reviewed journals" as those that "utilize both an editorial board and experts in the subject of the articles to be reprinted."
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