SCJ Editorial Excellence Award

The Strength and Conditioning Journal (SCJ) Editorial Excellence Award is presented to an individual in recognition of their exemplary service to the review and editorial process of the SCJ.

Congratulations to the 2020 winner!

Paul Salamh, PT, DPT, PhD

Salamh is an assistant professor at the University of Indianapolis. His research and teaching expertise are in the areas of the shoulder complex and sports medicine. Salamh has been an invited lecturer both nationally and internationally bringing the most current evidence-based ideas and practices to a variety of healthcare professionals around the world. He sits on the editorial board for the Journal of Clinical Trials in Orthopedic Disorders and is a review editor for Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation. Additionally, Salamh has authored over 35 peer-reviewed journal articles.

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Past Award Recipients Include:

2019 - Paul Comfort, PhD, CSCS,*D 2008 - Mark Kovacs, PhD, CSCS
2018 - Chris Bishop, MSc 2007 - David J. Szymanski, PhD, CSCS,*D
2017 - Edward McNeely, MS, CSCS 2006 - Patrick McHenry, MA, CSCS,*D
2016 - Melissa Aversa, DPT, OCS, CSCS 2005 - Loren Chiu, CSCS
2015 - Stephanie M. Svoboda, DPT, MS, CSCS, USAW 2004 - Brian Findley, CSCS,*D
2014 - Patrick Pabian 2003 - Avery Faigenbaum, EdD, CSCS,*D, FNSCA
2013 - Dr. Scott Cheatham, DPT 2002 - Michael Stone, PhD
2012 - Daniel Lorenz, DPT, CSCS 2001 - Allen R. Hedrick
2011 - William J. Hanney IV, DPT, CSCS 2000 - John F. Graham
2010 - Kelly Brooks, PhD, CSCS 1999 - Steven S. Plisk, MS, CSCS
2009 - Morey J. Kolber, PT, PhD, CSCS  

How is the recipient selected?

The Strength and Conditioning Journal (SCJ) Editorial Excellence Award is given to an outstanding reviewer for the SCJ each year. The steps for choosing an award winner are as stated below:  

  1. Each year, SCJ identifies the top reviewers (generally 6 – 10) for the past year using statistics provided by Editorial Manager. These reviewers are selected based on criteria such as the number of agreed reviews, days to completion, and the reviewer rating.
  2. The statistics are provided to the Senior Editors of the SCJ, and they are asked to rank their top 2 – 3 reviewers in order of preference.
  3. The Editor reorders the list based on the rankings of the Senior Editors. If there is a clear leader, that individual is chosen as the award winner. 
  4. In the event of a close decision, the statistical analysis may be assessed from the previous year. If two reviewers remain close, an assessment of the year before that may be necessary, and so until a winner is identified. 
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