Answered By: Janie Rager Last Updated: Feb 18, 2015 Views: 9
A good percentage of material on PubMed IS scholarly and even peer-reviewed. You can verify that the journal practices the peer review process by running a search in Ulrich's , a database, on the journal title of your article. The list of titles appears in a chart with rows and columns. Locate the row containing the journal your article is in and look to see if there is a "referee shirt" in one of the columns to the left. Hovering over the symbol, it tells you the journal practices peer review.