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Welcome to IEPH, the Institutes of Epidemiology & Public Health ... and its affiliates .... iHASE, the Institute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology ... jHASE, the Journal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology ... and ....  CAE, the College of Applied Epidemiology ...please join us in forging collaboration & partnerships in HIV Surveillance & applied HIV Epidemiology research in support of public health intervention programs ...
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Institute - iHASE
Collaboration Centers + In-Service Training

About iHASE

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Collaboration
Center Concept

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Applied Epi
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Contact Info

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Applied Epi
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The HASE
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Model
Collaboration
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Applied Epi Fellowship

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Curriculum

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Timeline

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Eligibility

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Application

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Linkage Awards

ShortCourse/Seminars

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MEGACourse

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Journal - jHASE
Quality Assurance +  Continuing Education through Peer Review 

Journal jHASE Info

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jHASE Online

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PeerReview Fellowship

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College - CAE
Accreditation through College of Applied Epi

CAE - College Info 

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jHASEJournal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology


jHASE Peer Review Process
 
Background & Rationale of Peer Review Process:
The peer review process of the journal jHASE (Journal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology) is founded on the Institute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology (iHASE) preceptorship model and philosophy which propounds the notion that rigorous peer review of seminal field-advancing works of science should include both experienced published researchers and mentored junior peer reviewers or peer review fellows (junior or mid-level researchers, post-doctoral fellows and doctoral candidates as peer-review fellows/trainees).

In a manner similar to the science and medicine post-doctoral training model (or law clerkships in the court system), this approach provides an opportunity for preceptorship/ mentored training of junior peer reviewers who assist in literature reviews, critique and rigorous peer review in the search for excellence through open debates in the proceedings of the Institute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance and Epidemiology (i.e. open public health discourse, debates and constructive criticism as a vehicle for  advancement of public health surveillance and applied Epidemiology research on HIV/AIDS and related conditions). Further, jHASE strongly believes that mentored junior peer reviewers should contribute to every stage of the process of quality assurance, training and continuing education through peer-review and publication of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology work, including all levels of the proceedings of the Institutes of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology.

Recruitment Spotlight - jHASE Peer Reviewers
 

jHASE is recruiting peer reviewers. If you are interested in participating in peer review of manuscripts for the Journal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology AND meet the eligibility requirements for:
  1. jHASE senior peer reviewers ( need to be eligible for accreditation as a FCAE, Fellow of the College of Applied Epidemiology );
  2. Junior peer reviewers/Senior peer review fellows (need to be eligible for accreditation as a MCAE, Member of the College of Applied Epidemiology);
  3. Junior peer review fellows ( need to be eligible for accreditation as a MCAE-associate );  
  4. For recruitment spotlight for the Editorial Board, click here .
To initiate the application process, interested parties should send a brief letter of interest by e-mail with the required information following one of two ways for initiating an application as follows:
  1. A link to your completed Community of Science PHS.398 format profile ( Join & Submit your CosProfile for Free ), and
    • A completed 1-page CAE - College of Applied Epidemiology accreditation form for potential faculty /training program preceptors - Form B(cae-accreditation) which is accessible through this link  (please complete this form in its entirety to also indicate/reference experience and qualifications described on the bio sketch which substantiates eligibility for MCAE and/or FCAE credentialing of potential faculty/preceptors. To leave this page and obtain current e-mail contact information for sending your letter of interest to iHASE click here ;
  2. Alternatively, you may submit your e-mail address to  join our gCHASE-CAE listserv portal and further information will be sent to you.
Peer Review Process:
  • At submission of an article, authors are asked to recommend 5 external potential peer reviewers (i.e. non journal editors) who are knowledgeable about the subject matter of their article, preferably those who have done prior work on the subject or a related subject; the prior work must have been peer-reviewed in scientific journals or conferences [jHASE may also entertain author(s) requests for recusal of at least 3 potential reviewers on the grounds of gross conflicts of interests, subject to submission of reasonable cause/substantiation];
  • At intake, a 3-member intake editorial panel determines if submitted manuscripts are suitable (and submit their recommendation to the relevant Section Editor);
  • 3 external peer reviewers are assigned by a Section Editor to review each suitable manuscript in accordance with  jHASE peer-review guidelines;
  • The intake editorial panel consolidates reviewers reports into recommendations to publish, request revisions per reviewers' instructions, or reject (and upon request of a Section Editor conduct additional critique of the article and literature review on the subject matter of the article);
  • A Section Editor reviews the recommendations and manuscript, and either endorses or rejects the recommendations;
  • The decision is conveyed to the author(s);
  • In the event of strong disagreement either among peer reviewers or between the authors and peer reviewers, the journal's Editors-in-Chief may convene Special Editorial Board panels (made up of Senior Editors/Associate Editors or Guest Editors). Peer review decisions arbitrated by Special Editorial Board panels are final;
  • The journal's Editors-in-Chief provide overall guidance to the journal's peer review process and the ultimate responsibility for the peer review process lies with the Editors-in-Chief and the Special Editorial Board panels;
  • To avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance thereof, all peer reviewers and members of the journal's Editorial Board shall not participate in the review of their own contributions to the journal (or those of colleagues they've published with in the past 5 years) and must recuse themselves from editorial responsibilities in such instances (or in the event an author presents reasonable cause for requesting recusal of a particular reviewer).

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