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ANZJAT Peer Review Process

Inviting new peer reviewers

ANZJAT relies on the generous contributions made by a number of peer reviewers to ensure that our anonymous peer review process is undertaken in a most professional and rigorous manner. As the journal grows, we need ever more peer reviewers to volunteer their time and expertise. ANZATA supports reviewers to claim CPD points, in recognition that reviewing arts therapy manuscripts develops that reviewer’s relevant professional skills, as well as contributing to the arts therapy profession.

If you have an academic background, have had articles published (especially in arts therapy journals) or work in an academic environment and are research active, we need you! Even if you don’t fit these categories but would like to develop your skills and experience in this area, we would like to hear from you.

The ANZJAT peer review process is straight forward and you will be provided with a comprehensive peer reviewing guide, templates and support from the ANZJAT editorial team.

Please click below to be taken to a form on the ANZATA website to express your interest and provide us with your details and background. Even if you have engaged in the ANZJAT peer review process in the past we need you to fill out this form so that we have an up-to-date record of your qualifications and expertise. This will make it easier for the editorial team to assign each peer reviewer with appropriate articles that are of interest.

We look forward to receiving your application.


Become an ANZJAT Peer Reviewer

Complete the online application form

ANZJAT Peer Review Manual

Click here to download

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