Missed ISMPP EU 2018? Hannah Mace provides a summary of the meeting’s poster presentations.
Missed ISMPP EU 2018? Duncan Campbell provides a summary of day 2 of the meeting.
From February, Nature journals will ask authors to disclose possible non-financial conflicts of interest, in a bid to further increase transparency in the publication of scientific work.
Themed From Publication to Practice: Advancing Science Through Effective Communication, this year’s Annual Meeting will feature enlightening sessions and peer-to-peer discussion of interest to both seasoned publication professionals and … Continue Reading Interested in the Latest Trends in Medical Publications? Attend the 14th Annual Meeting of ISMPP!
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An analysis of journal article abstracts provides further insight into the role of reporting guidelines and medical writers in the transparent reporting of clinical trial data.
Get up to speed with the latest ICMJE reporting guidelines update, including data sharing requirements and guidance on predatory and pseudo-journals.
Existing open access (OA) models allow published research to be made readily available to all, with authors either covering the cost of publication in a journal (Gold OA) or self-archiving … Continue Reading The future of open access: ideas for change
Transparency of data from pharmaceutical industry-sponsored clinical trials has reached record levels. A recent study has shown that 93% of all such trials, relating to medicines approved by the European … Continue Reading Clinical trial data transparency reaches record levels
The past few years have seen a marked rise in both the number of journals offering hybrid open access and the number of open access articles being published. This phenomenon … Continue Reading The growth of hybrid open access publishing
A recent blog and editorial by Professor Jens Nielsen (Editor-in-Chief of FEMS Yeast Research) discuss several pressing issues in scientific publishing, including predatory journals, the usefulness of journal impact factors … Continue Reading A guide to developments in scientific publishing
Online Registration Until January 3, 2018! Medical publication professionals from the pharmaceutical industry, medical communication agencies, journals, academia, etc., are all welcome to participate in the 2018 European Meeting of … Continue Reading Calling All Medical Publication Professionals – Join Us at the 2018 European ISMPP Meeting
Understanding and use of real world evidence (RWE) is on the increase in the medical community. While evidence from randomised controlled trials (RCTs) is still considered to be the gold … Continue Reading Why do we need real world evidence?
The benefits of publishing research open access are numerous and well-known. Allowing a paper to be available to all can increase citation rates and drive public engagement. But is the … Continue Reading The ‘open access effect’: freely available academic books
Although most scientists understand the importance of publishing all study data, it remains a fact that articles describing data that do not confirm the author’s hypothesis are less likely to … Continue Reading Celebrating the positives in negative results
The argument for blinded peer review seems less and less plausible, argues Hilda Bastian in a recent post for PLOS blogs. She suggests that such blinding constitutes a trade-off between … Continue Reading Is blinded peer review fair?