Engage beyond attending the meeting by volunteer to peer review submissions or serve as a mentor in the One-on-One Mentoring Program. Volunteer opportunities are open to SGIM Members.
Peer Review Submissions
Join the 700+ dedicated SGIM member volunteers who peer review Annual Meeting submissions! Your commitment to reviewing these submissions ensures a successful meeting with quality peer-reviewed content.
Peer Review Key Dates
Workshops & Clinical Updates Peer Review
September 4, 2018: Sign-up Opens
October 1, 2018: Sign-up Closes
October 4, 2018: Peer Review Period Opens
October 18, 2018 at 9am ET: Peer Review Period Closes
Abstract, Vignettes & Innovations Peer Review
October 25, 2018: Sign-up Opens
January 22, 2019: Sign-up Closes
January 29, 2019: Peer Review Period Opens
February 12, 2019 at 9am ET: Peer Review Period Closes
Before signing up, view peer reviewer requirements:
- Active SGIM Membership
Not yet a member?Join or renew today.
- ScholarOne Account for the Annual Meeting
All reviews are web-based using ScholarOne. An active ScholarOne account is required to participate in the peer review process.
Please note: the Annual Meeting ScholarOne website requires a separate account from your SGIM Regional Meeting ScholarOne account.
- Availability to review during the Online Peer Review Period: October 4 - October 18, 2018
Be prepared to set aside an estimated 8 hours to review submissions. Time may vary dependent on each submission type and the number of submissions received. Below are 2018 averages for submissions assigned to peer reviewers by submission type:
- Workshops: 17 submissions (5,000 characters max per submission)
- Clinical Updates: 9 submissions (5,000 characters max per submission)
Volunteer to Review: Workshops or Clinical Updates
Volunteer to Review: Abstracts, Vignettes, or Innovations
Serve as a Mentor
SGIM offers associates and faculty a valuable opportunity to speak privately with a senior SGIM mentor from a different institution. Mentors and mentees are matched based upon mutual interests and expectations, as well as designated career paths. Mentor-mentee pairs meet at least once during the annual meeting, and are encouraged to continue an ongoing relationship afterwards. It is a low stress opportunity for associates to meet with more experienced SGIM members and receive fresh perspectives on professional goals and projects.