It can be difficult for the busy research scientist to find the time to sit and write manuscripts while also completing experiments, managing funding applications and handling teaching responsibilities. Yet, … Continue Reading Can computers really write manuscripts?
Gain insights into medical publication trends through engaging expert presentations and interactive peer-to-peer discussions at the 2018 European Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP). Join us … Continue Reading Join Us at the 2018 European Meeting of ISMPP!
Intimate in scale and in-depth in nature, the 17th Annual International Publication Planning Meeting represents a convergence of hot-button issues and unique networking opportunities, all in beautiful San Diego (February … Continue Reading Register now for the 17th Annual International Publication Planning Meeting
Working with multiple authors to develop and submit a manuscript, while adhering to best practice guidelines, is a complex process. In a free webinar, provided by ICON plc, medical communications … Continue Reading [FREE WEBINAR] Evolving best practices for working with authors – authorship and beyond
At the recent Eighth International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication, Harlan Krumholz a cardiologist from Yale, outlined MedArXiv, a forthcoming preprint server for the medicine and health sciences. … Continue Reading Will the medical community embrace a preprint server?
In a recent issue of “The MAP Newsletter” from the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP), Karen King and Jason Gardner from Complete Medical Communications discuss how publication planning … Continue Reading The impact of regulatory changes on publication planning
Russell Traynor, Platform Strategy Director with Envision Technology Solutions, describes how iEnvision will facilitate information flow and access across medical affairs functions to extend the capabilities of their existing Datavision … Continue Reading [VIDEO] iEnvision for publication planners
Gavin Sharrock, Business Development Director at John Wiley and Sons, explains how to use content consumption behaviour to inform a medcomms publications strategy. Recorded 6 July 2017 at a MedComms … Continue Reading [VIDEO] Using content consumption behaviour to inform your publications strategy
Why does it take so long to submit a manuscript? This is the question posed by Professors Robert Montgomerie and Tim Birkhead in a recent opinion piece in The Scientist. … Continue Reading Professors express their frustration with the manuscript submission process
Meeting report: Summary of Day 1 of The 16th Annual International Publication Planning (TIPPA) Meeting
Over two days last month (21–22 February 2017), around 100 delegates and exhibitors attended The 16th Annual International Publication Planning (TIPPA) meeting in San Diego. The agenda was centred … Continue Reading Meeting report: Summary of Day 1 of The 16th Annual International Publication Planning (TIPPA) Meeting
Over two days last month (17-18 January, 2017), around 250 delegates and exhibitors attended the 2017 European meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) in London. The … Continue Reading Meeting report: Summary of Day 2 of the 2017 European #ISMPP Meeting
Over two days last week (17-18 January, 2017), around 250 delegates and exhibitors attended the 2017 European meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) in London. The … Continue Reading Meeting report: Summary of Day 1 of the 2017 European #ISMPP Meeting
Rachael Lammey, Member and Community Outreach at Crossref, talks about how the Crossref services for scholarly publishing make content easy to find, cite, link and assess. This recording was made … Continue Reading [VIDEO] Crossref – Providing Infrastructure and Services for Scholarly Comms
A recent editorial from The EMBO Journal demonstrates the publisher’s support for preprints, a version of a manuscript that proceeds its publication in a peer-reviewed journal. Bernd Pulverer, Chief editor … Continue Reading Preprints: support from EMBO and big biology
Publishing research with negative or neutral results can be difficult in traditional scientific journals. Similarly, non-typical articles such as those reporting methods may also be overlooked in favour of papers … Continue Reading Innovative publishing platforms encourage sharing of ‘grey literature’
Despite regulatory requirements and industry commitments, analyses of clinical trial transparency rates continue to report that not all clinical trial results are published within the required timelines, or at all. … Continue Reading Company-sponsored clinical transparency rates continue to improve