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Find out more about what was covered at this year’s online conference of the Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association (OASPA).
Find out how artificial intelligence tools are influencing the future of scientific communication.
Read the results of a pilot study on the impact of data availability statements on publication workflows.
Sarah Diffen, Alex Monaghan and Michelle Marchione provide recommendations on virtual engagement strategies.
World Health Organization provides 6 principles for regulation and governance of the technology.
While most journal editors support patients as co-authors on scientific articles, systemic barriers still exist for patients to participate meaningfully in publication development.
Slavka Baronikova and Adeline Rosenberg discuss their recently published guidelines on plain language summaries in peer-reviewed medical journal publications.
Find out more about this year’s Open Access Week, themed ‘It matters how we open knowledge: building structural equity’.
Emma Bagshaw, Mark Larkin and Sam Llewellyn from Vitaccess and Fulvio Baggi, Director of The European Myasthenia Gravis Association discuss the lifecycle of creating collaborative digital patient registries and taking them through to the publications.
A new guide provides practical advice on how to increase patient engagement and involvement at every stage of their development.
The suggestion that preprints could replace traditional journals has been debated. Dr Haseeb Irfanullah provides arguments against this view.
Laurie Myers and Stacy Robison discuss the importance of health literacy in equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Learn how a dataset of nearly half a million researchers can be used to reduce bias and increase equity.
Research from higher-status institutions and countries is postulated to receive more favourable peer review. A recent article suggests this may not be the case.
How can pharma unlock the potential of social media? A recent article from EMWA’s Medical Writing journal discusses potential applications.