Find out why PLOS wants institutions to pay an annual open access fee under the Community Action Publishing model, rather than charging researchers per article.
Find out more about the steps needed to achieve equity, diversity and inclusion in the medical communications industry and best practice points from ISMPP.
Jose Antonio Barrientos, Michelle Collins, Gaurav Kumar, Safeer Mughal and Sam Rushton-Reed discuss how medcomms has changed in light of COVID-19.
Cabells and CIBER Research tell us why predatory publishing remains commonplace across the world.
Learn how the scientific community can boost the impact of conference presentations by utilising online platforms and social media.
Find out more about what was covered at this year’s online conference of the Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association (OASPA).
Missed the meeting? Read our report on the symposium entitled “Research integrity & the medical communicator: what we do when no one is watching.”
Learn how predatory journals are identified, and why journal ‘watchlists’ and ‘safelists’ have their own pitfalls.
Could increasing use of submission fees by scientific journals be an unforeseen outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic?
A recent BMJ editorial discusses the benefits and risks of the use of preprints during the current coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has had an unprecedented global impact. Now, a Digital Science report asks how the research landscape has adapted to these extreme circumstances.
Slávka Baróniková shares her opinions on open access publishing and suggests how this can be successfully achieved within pharma.
ISMPP poll result in ‘The MAP’ explores what to do if you have concerns about a potentially insufficient manuscript review by non-English speaking authors
Listen to Travis Hicks discuss different publication enhancement options in this podcast from ISMPP.
What is the optimal design for a scientific poster? Insights from the founder of the #betterposter movement
Mike Morrison discusses the problem with traditional scientific posters and how they could be redesigned to more effectively communicate research.
The MAP newsletter explores ways to maximise relevance of global scientific communication platforms for regional stakeholders.