JOCR Best Reviewer Award 2012-2013

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We are glad to announce the “JOCR Reviewer’s Award 2013”

This is the first time we are giving these awards acknowledging the critical contribution of our reviewers. There were 10 nominations this year and we have selected on basis of quality of the reviews, timely response to the reviews and being available for reviews when invited. After careful review of all our reviewers we are pleased to announce three of our best reviewers selected for the JOCR Reviewers Award for 2013. A photograph and a short description is published below. This award will be given every year and announcement will be made in the last issue of the year. A soft copy of “JOCR Reviewer’s Award 2013” Certificate will be mailed to you shortly along with the soft copy of the article. To join JOCR Reviewers list please visit the website and register as a reviewer for JOCR.

Best Reviewers Award For Oct-Dec 2013

 I regard JOCR as a valuable tool to share rare experiences. Medical treatment today is dominated by guidelines and SOPs, but especially in trauma surgery we are faced with a number of challenging cases which are not always covered by standard algorithms. Case reports therefore are very instructive especially for younger surgeons. Personally I regularly include JOCR-cases into my postgraduate educational program.


Best Reviewers Award For Oct-Dec 2013

I liked JOCR’s decision to recognize the reviewers, publish their names and photos on their website and then send us e-certificate. For somebody living a life-incognito, being selected as the best Reviewer for 2013, is a happy moment. I am great full to JOCR editor, coordinator of editorial board and the readers, for giving me the opportunity to become the best reviewer. The cases posted to us were quite interesting ones. I also liked sharing my space with other reviewer’s on the JOCR list, whom I have never seen. I remember them too, on this occasion for sharing the virtual space with me.


Best Reviewers Award For Oct-Dec 2013

Dr Anneh Mohammad Gharravi is currently Faculty members at Shahrood University of Medical Sciences (Iran). He earned PhD of anatomical science from Ahvaz Jundishapor University of Medical Science, Ahvaz (Iran). Also he worked on cartilage tissue engineering with many publication and presentation of bioreactor design for tissue engineering. He is sectional Editor of Journal of Knowledge & Health Journal. He is a reviewer in many national and international index journals



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