PLOS ONE now offers Registered Reports, shifting peer review focus from results to the quality of study design. Is this part of the future of open science?
Listen to patient partnership specialist Lauri Arnstein’s perspectives on the role of patients in medical publishing.
Find out about the events and activities that took place for this year’s Rare Disease Day.
Jackie Marchington gives her perspective on the Good Practice for Conference Abstracts and Presentations (GPCAP) recommendations.
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
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We summarise the key changes to the ICMJE recommendations for authors and medical publication professionals.
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.
A new poll result published in the MAP newsletter explores the best approach for dealing with a non-responsive lead author.
Help and guidance for writing narrative reviews and Delphi consensus statements.
Following the revised guidance on Plan S, Bernd Pulverer questions whether cOAlition S is making the most of the opportunity to push for open science.
[VIDEO] Plain-language summaries: what are they, and why consider including them in our publications
Jan Seal-Roberts provides a topical discussion about plain-language summaries including why we should include these in our publications.
Discover how to develop an effective publications strategy for rare diseases with a recent article from the MAP newsletter.
Are you familiar with the FAIR data principles? Find out how to boost your data’s usefulness by making your data FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable.
A recent article in Medical Writing provides insights into the importance of patient reported outcomes in publication planning and guidance for best practice.
Cochrane members have become divided over growing centralisation of the organisation. An article in The BMJ explores the question, “Has Cochrane lost its way?”.