Publons announced the winner of the Sentinel Award for outstanding advocacy, innovation or contribution to scholarly peer review, and I am proud to announce that statcheck was crowned runner-up!
I am honored that the judges considered statcheck a useful contribution to the peer review system. In the end, one of the things I hope to achieve is that all Psychology journals will consider it standard practice to quickly “statcheck” a paper for statistical inconsistencies to avoid publishing them.
A very warm congratulations to the winner of the award: Irene Hames. Irene spent most of her career on improving the quality of peer review and it is great that her work is recognized in this way! Also congratulations to the rest of the Sentinel Award nominees: Retraction Watch, American Geophysical Union, ORCiD, F1000Research, The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Kyle Martin and Gareth Fraser.
For more information about the award, the winner, and the finalists, see this page.