- Post-publication peer review (PPPR) has not achieved its promise and potential.
- Few articles receive PPPR – even those in high-profile journals.
- PPPR is difficult to find and needs to be linked to the original article.
- Academics require recognition if they are to contribute their time to PPPR.
- Improving PPPR would improve the scholarly corpus.
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