Jordan Fischer describes how privacy laws may impact medical publication professionals.
ASAPbio summarise the newly developed FAST principles, a set of best practices to foster engagement in public preprint review.
Watch this ISMPP U webinar to find out more about the Authorship Algorithm Tool.
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Read about EQUATOR Network’s updated GoodReports website, new downloadable and editable article templates and a call for researchers to help test whether the templates improve research reporting.
Recommendations from the ISMPP Authorship Task Force aim to clarify ICMJE guidelines on authorship selection criteria.
[PODCAST] Bringing it home: next generation of clinical trials & implications for publication professionals
Craig Lipset discusses the benefits of decentralised clinical trials.
A conference organiser discusses the pros and cons of different meeting formats, and the key components of successful hybrid events.
Find out what’s in the new STROBE-MR checklist for reporting of observational epidemiology studies using Mendelian randomisation.
Learn how the pandemic has affected the publication output of male and female scientists, and the proposed reasons for observed disparities.
Discover ‘living’ evidence synthesis as a way to develop clinical practice guidelines that keep up to date with rapidly emerging new data.
Considering sex and gender in medical research: insights from the lead author of the SAGER guidelines
Read Shirin Heidari’s thoughts on the importance of incorporating sex and gender dimensions in clinical research design and reporting.
An open letter on open access: call for greater clarity and transparency of open access terms and conditions
Learn about the next step in the Plan S drive for open science – a letter to publishers calling for greater transparency on open access policies and contracts.
Learn how medical congress attendees and organisers have been impacted by the move to virtual and hybrid formats, and how congresses may improve in the future.
Laura Dormer shares her experiences of developing plain language summaries and discusses the value of patient involvement in publications.
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