Documenting and reporting the outcomes of peer review will largely depend on the purpose of the process and can range from formal reports to informal chats. It is important that reviewee and reviewer negotiate how results will be communicated and, in the case of written reports, agree on who owns the documentation. This website includes three different forms, which can be adapted to users’ needs.

peericonView the Reporting-what documentation? card and the Reporting video (below) to find out more.