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The need for documentation of peer review meeting minutes is clear, but there are two schools of thought on how detailed records should be: general and broad to prevent their being used against participants in future challenges to their decisions, or detailed so that they provide a solid explanation and defense.

Documentation in Peer Review Meetings: How Much Is Just Right?