Hi! I'm glad to see you signing up as an editor of Wikiversity Journal of Medicine. There are several open tasks where help is needed. Also, by signing up you also get 5 points in the name election of the journal: Talk:Wikiversity Journal/Future as separate Wikimedia project. It will close on Aug 16. Let me know if you have any further questions. Mikael Häggström (discuss • contribs) 18:56, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
Peer review coordinator needed
We now have a growing number of potential upcoming articles for WikiJournal of Medicine, which in itself is good. However, together with a requirement for at least two independent peer reviews for each work, we have fallen a bit behind in article processing. Both the malaria protein article and the gastrointestinal bleeding case study were submitted about two months ago, and still have no completed peer review.
As you have signed up as associate editors, I would like you to help out as "peer review coordinator" of any of these articles. I have described what it means to be a peer review coordinator at: WikiJournal_of_Medicine/Editors#Coordinator.
Also, I strongly recommend that you add the page WikiJournal of Medicine/Editors to your watchlist, as well as add yourself to the public email list (unless you haven't already done so) to keep yourself updated about editorial tasks.
Wiki.J.Med. associate editor list
In order to be compliant with SCOPUS guidelines, WikiJournal of Medicine is resetting our associate editor list. This is so that there is a record of applications for all editors involved in the project. To re-apply, simply click the button below and fill out the template. There is no need to have information in all sections. If you wish to remain anonymous, insert your username in the name section and email Editor.in.chiefWikiJMed.org to confirm your identity privately.