Share your thoughts on health and social care research in your areas of interest
As a reviewer, you will be asked to read the abstract of a published paper in a research area of your interest, for example, mental health, cancer or social care. Once you have read the abstract we will ask you a few questions to determine your view on the paper’s findings. We expect a reviewing task to take between 20 and 30 minutes. It is important to note that reviewing tasks are not compulsory and that you can always decline an invitation to review.
3rd July 2020
4th September 2021
NIHR Evidence (https://evidence.nihr.ac.uk) writes and publishes Alerts. Alerts are short, accessible research summaries that are part of an initiative to make health and social care research informative, accessible and interesting to all, and to get research into the hands of those who are best placed to use it. We hope the published research can be used to inform and improve healthcare policy and practice.
All of health care
Reviewing tasks are not compulsory and you can always decline an invitation to review. If you do undertake a review, full instructions will be provided, along with examples of previous reviews, and we will always be available by email to answer your queries or concerns.
This role shouldn't incur any expenses, however, if there are barriers to your involvement please don't hesitate to contact us