Annals author survey
Thank you for submitting your manuscript to Annals. We want your feedback on our submission and peer review process and hope you will take a few minutes to fill out this brief survey. Our goal is to make our journal as easy to use as possible, and your answers will help us change and improve the process further.
* All questions marked with an asterisk are required.
*1. Compared to other journals you've submitted to, did you find Annals prompt and responsive?
*2. Did you feel the review process improved your manuscript?
*3. Were our communications and reviews courteous, knowledgeable, and helpful to you?
*4. After this peer review experience at Annals, would you be likely to submit to us again, or recommend us to other researchers?
*5. Did you benefit from the comments provided by the peer reviewers? (Does not include comments from the editor).
*6. Did they suggest any new ideas or new solutions that were not initially in your paper?
*7. If they did, did you incorporate any of their suggestions into the manuscript?
*8. Did they identify any errors (other than minor ones like spelling, grammar, etc) in the manuscript?
*9. Did they misunderstand any major aspect of your manuscript?
*10. Please rate your assessment of Annals efforts (which are based on ICMJE recommendations) to standardize reporting of authors' potential conflicts of interest.
11. What was the single best part of your peer review experience?
12. What was the worst part of your peer review experience?
13. If your primary specialty is outside EM, please name your specialty:
14. If you normally submit to journals in specialties other than emergency medicine, why did you submit this manuscript to Annals?
15. If your specialty is NOT emergency medicine,what could we do to make it more attractive to you to submit papers to us?
16. Manuscript Number:
Please add the manuscript number (eg, 2006-725) of your submission if you are willing. This is not mandatory, and will only be used to anonymously link your feedback so we can identify the editor and reviewers involved in the review of your manuscript for our quality improvement.