Journal of Oral Implantology (JOI) is in need of additional qualified reviewers with expertise in the following areas:
To maintain the quality of our publication, the JOI editorial staff invites qualified individuals to provide comprehensive peer reviews of submitted manuscripts.
Peer review is vital to the future of any scientific, medical or dental discipline. It allows for quality control of how clinical practice is to be conducted now and in the future.
Clinical practice is ever changing. These changes most often bring about advances that improve the predictability of our implant treatments and/or improve patient care and satisfaction. These advances come through publications put forth by the diligent efforts of researchers and clinicians. However, just as importantly, these advances come about through the work of the reviewers utilized in the peer review process. The National Library of Medicine provides guidelines that must be followed for a journal...