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Become an Associate Editor
BMC International Health and Human Rights is recruiting Associate Editors to join the Editorial Board. As the visibility of BMC International Health and Human Rights increases, we must also ensure that the journal is able to cope with these increased submissions whilst maintaining our high editorial standards. Therefore, we are looking to expand our editorial team.
Your contribution to the journal could involve joining an international board of academic Associate Editors to assess manuscripts within your field by guiding them through the peer review process. We would ask you to choose peer reviewers and provide your assessment of the manuscript on the basis of the peer review reports. We expect that this should not take too much of your time as you would be aided in this role by our in-house editorial administrators.
We are interested in individuals who are committed to open access, data sharing and innovation in scientific publishing. An Associate Editor for BMC International Health and Human Rights should be willing to handle a minimum of 12 manuscripts per year across a range of disciplines within their broader subject area.
Who are we looking for?
For us, a suitable Associate Editor for BMC International Health and Human Rights can be described as someone who:
· Supports the journal’s scope and direction and is committed to advocate and represent BMC International Health and Human Rights within the scientific community.
· Is curious and interested in handling manuscripts across a range of topics and enjoys the exposure to a great breadth of interesting research. Associate Editors are assigned to manuscripts within their broad area of experience but not necessarily in their own immediate sub-specialty.
If you are interested in becoming an Associate Editor for BMC International Health and Human Rights, please send your application including a full academic CV to BMCSeriesEditorialBoard@biomedcentral.com. Please ensure to include 'BMC International Health and Human Rights' in the subject line of your email.