Post-publication peer review - Author Services

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Pros Cons
Post-publication review allows the opportunity to gather a wider range of perspectives on your paper Not every paper published in this way is always guaranteed to receive reviews
As review doesn’t end when your paper is published, your peers can add comments reflecting new developments in the future If your article is tackling a controversial topic, it may attract a large number of comments which won’t always be moderated
For journals that use only post-publication review, the articles can be published very quickly There are some concerns about the risks of allowing a paper to be published without any prior review, especially in areas such as medicine