Which enhanced publication content best meets your audience’s needs? Neil Adams examines the options from a publisher’s point of view.
Publishers join with STM to develop new standardised tools to tackle paper mills.
Read about the new weapon in the fight against bogus scientific research articles.
Read about the difficulties in identifying retracted articles and mitigating their real world impact.
What’s standing in the way of researchers adopting good practices on clinical trial data sharing and transparency?
Discover the importance of health literacy and the strategies that can empower communities and individuals to improve their health status.
Find out the factors that impact on the likelihood of patient and public involvement in health research.
Jennifer Ghith looks at planning considerations for the evolution of social media in medical communications.
Read about the results from an artificial intelligence analysis of over 10,000 peer review reports.
Read about the results of Nature’s transparent peer review pilot and how it could benefit the research community.
DECIDE-AI: will it make the development of artificial intelligence-based clinical decision support systems more robust?
New guidelines aim to improve early clinical testing of AI-based systems.
[PODCAST] Posting with a purpose: using social media to reach your audience – Part 1. The nuts and bolts
Jennifer Ghith examines the use of social media in medical communications.
Spotting fake images in scientific research: insights from science integrity consultant Elisabeth Bik
Elisabeth Bik discusses the importance of science integrity and the issue of manipulated images within scientific publications.
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Find out what’s new in the latest 2022 update to the ICMJE recommendations.
Representing the patient voice in rare diseases: an interview with patient advocate Dakota Fisher-Vance
Dakota Fisher-Vance shares her perspectives on the role of patient advocacy in rare diseases.