Difference between revisions of "Review Process"

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==Approve (Biomarker Committee)==
 
==Approve (Biomarker Committee)==
* Vote (for Public Comment) or [[Balloting Process|Ballot]] (for Reviewed or Tested) to approve the document as fit for the next phase.
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* A [[Voting Privileges|Vote]] in committee (for Public Comment) or [[Balloting Process|Ballot]] (for Consensus, Technically Confirmed, Claim Confirmed or Clinically Confirmed) to approve the document as fit for the next phase.
  
 
==Approve (Modality Coordinating Committee)==
 
==Approve (Modality Coordinating Committee)==
* Vote (for Public Comment) or [[Balloting Process|Ballot]] (for Reviewed or Tested) to approve the document as fit for the next phase.
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* A [[Voting Privileges|Vote]] in committee (for Public Comment) or [[Balloting Process|Ballot]] (for Consensus, Technically Confirmed, Claim Confirmed or Clinically Confirmed) to approve the document as fit for the next phase.

Revision as of 17:29, 7 October 2016

The same review and approval process occurs prior to publishing a Public Comment Profile, a Consensus Profile, a Technically Confirmed Profile, Claim Confirmed Profile or a Clinically Confirmed Profile. Just the criteria change.


Remember, this is the QA point. It doesn't have to be perfect. It does have to be good.

Review

  • Authors/Editor of the Profile request review for approval once they feel work on the current stage has been completed
  • Biomarker Committee assigns/recruits reviewers for Profile sections
    • Ideally each section should be covered by more than one reviewer
    • Reviewing assignments can be divided up any way that is convenient
    • It doesn't hurt to have some reviewers read through the profile in its entirety (finds inconsistencies/gaps)
  • Reviewers check the Profile meets the criteria for the current stage as well as general clarity/quality
  • Resolve any questions/comments/clarifications raised by the reviewers

Approve (Biomarker Committee)

  • A Vote in committee (for Public Comment) or Ballot (for Consensus, Technically Confirmed, Claim Confirmed or Clinically Confirmed) to approve the document as fit for the next phase.

Approve (Modality Coordinating Committee)

  • A Vote in committee (for Public Comment) or Ballot (for Consensus, Technically Confirmed, Claim Confirmed or Clinically Confirmed) to approve the document as fit for the next phase.