Peer review training

The development of art therapy literature that is truly representative of contemporary practice rests on the widest possible involvement of art therapists as peer reviewers. This training prepares you to review submissions to the International Journal of Art Therapy.

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Date & Time

Thursday 19 January 2023

10am - 4pm

Tickets

Free of charge - limited spaces available

Location

Online via Zoom, information for the day & invite to join will be sent 1 week before

Peer review training

The development of art therapy literature that is truly representative of contemporary practice rests on the widest possible involvement of art therapists as peer reviewers. This training prepares you to review submissions to the International Journal of Art Therapy.

Open to MEMBERS ONLY – with 3+ years of practice experience

If you are a full member of the British Association of Art Therapists, have practiced for 3+ years, and successfully complete this peer review training you will be eligible to review submissions to the International Journal of Art Therapy that are relevant to your experience.

Through the process of peer reviewing, you can support the development of art therapy literature by using your valuable practice and lived experiences. This will help authors publish papers that advance the understanding of how art therapy contributes to effective interventions.

Benefits of being a peer reviewer:
• Keep up with the latest research
• Improve your own writing
• Boost your career
• Become part of a journal’s community

Benefits for new authors or early career researchers:
• Gain insights into other developments in your area
• Play a greater role in the research community
• Develop own research, writing, and presentation skills
• Develop the ability to look at your own work objectively

Specific benefits when reviewing for the International Journal of Art Therapy:
• The training day is provided for free and will count as a certified CPD activity
• Feedback from Associate Editors
• Reviewer certificate – a formal acknowledgment of your role by Taylor & Francis
• 30% discount on Taylor & Francis Group books
• Record your reviews as evidence of subject-area expertise and gain “merit” points on Publons
• Add details to your ORCID

Tutors: Members of the Board of the International Journal of Art Therapy

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