Listen to publishers discuss the latest trends and developments in medical publishing.
Less than half of trials on clinicaltrials.gov meet the FDAAA results reporting deadline in a study from Ben Goldacre’s EBM DataLab at Oxford University
TIPPA 2020: New conference features, hot topics on the agenda, and key sessions back by popular demand
Join RISE’s 19th Annual International Publication Planning Meeting.
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Dawn Lobban, Senior Scientific Lead at Alligent Europe, Envision Pharma shares her experience of involving patients in medical publishing.
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We summarise the key changes to the ICMJE recommendations for authors and medical publication professionals.
Patient information specialist, Hannah Bridges, gives advice on how to adapt writing for lay audiences.
Tips on journal selection from MPIP.
Join the excitement of the 2020 European Meeting of ISMPP, 21–22 January, in London, UK.
Caroline Halford, Digital Publishing Manager at Springer Healthcare, gives her view on the value of enhanced features and an update on the evolution of digital publishing.
The MAP newsletter considers the use of social media in scientific communications and the role of the medical publication professional.
Cabell’s Journal Blacklist expands further.
Lynda Chang, Beatrice Vetter-Ceriotti and Tamalette Loh of Complete HealthVizion discuss the use of social media within medical publications.
UNESCO uses this year’s World Science Day for Peace and Development to examine global disparities in open science.
Abstract ‘spin’ can distort a study’s findings and lead to inappropriate conclusions being drawn. But just how prevalent is this problem?