Peer review

Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement group operates a named (open) peer review process in accordance with Cochrane peer review policy.

If you would like to be an external reviewer for our protocols and reviews, please contact our Managing Editor (sue.marcus@rdm.ox.ac.uk) to let us know your particular area/s of interest/expertise. We will provide you with a checklist/guide to help you make your comments. The time frame for returning comments to us is 3 weeks.

We are also interested in hearing from non-experts to act as consumer reviewers. You can find out more about this from the Cochrane Consumer Network.

We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of all our peer reviewers:


2019
Alan Cassels, Alina Solomon, Alison Yarnall, Andis Klegiris, Andrew Larner, Angela Aldin, Cath Hofstetter, Catherine Travers Cathy Stinear, Charlie Cheung, Charlotte Teunissen, Chris Fox, Claire Surr, Dag Aarsland, Dimity Pond, Eamonn Eeles, Edwin Chan, Giorgio Karam, Guy Peryer, Gwen McGhan, Kenneth Boockvar, Mara ten Kate, Noll Campbell, Richard Dodel, Ruth Peters, Sarah Ward, Stella O’Brien, Stephen Makin, Susan Shenkin, Suzanne Schindler, Tim Donovan, Tom Dening, Tom Welsh

2018
Alison Yarnall, Andrew Ford, Andrew Larner, Asta Prajapati, Azmil Abdul-Rahim, Caryl Nowson, Cath Hofstetter, Catherine Travers, Charlie Cheung, Dag  Aarsland, Dimity Pond, Donovan Maust, Eamonn Eeles, Edwin Chan, Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska, Elzbieta Campos, Gabriel Leger, Gad A Marshall, Harriet Hunt, Hsin hao Chen, Jenni Burton, Katherine Wild , Kenneth Boockvar, Louise Robinson, Magda       Tsolaki, Neil O’Connell, Nele Demeyere, Niamh O’Regan, Nic Perry, Parastou Donyai, Patricia Schofield, Sandra Sunram-Lea, Seb Koehler, Serge Gauthier, Steve Milan, Susan Shenkin, Thomas Leyhe, Tom Russ