The processes and protocols for mentoring inexperienced peer reviewers is an important topic if the scientific community is to maintain high standards for empirical work. A review of the literature, interviews, and personal experience as a mentee revealed a variety of different protocols and procedures. This paper highlights the current state of the peer review process from the empirical literature, interviews, and personal experience. Results indicate that there are no established, evidence-based, protocols for training new peer reviewers.
Rowland, April and Wine, Byron
"Training the Peer-Review Process:Perspectives from Research, Subject Matter Experts,and Personal Experience,"
Academic Leadership Journal in Student Research: Vol. 3
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/aljsr/vol3/iss1/6