The updated Good Publication Practice (GPP) guidelines, known as GPP3, have now been published. The video below provides an overview of what is new in these guidelines. The speaker in the video … Continue Reading What’s new in the latest good publication practice guidelines? #GPP3 [VIDEO]
In a blog for Wiley this week, Liz Wager (a freelance publications consultant, http://www.lizwager.com) provides her views on the importance of the new Good Publication Practice guidelines (GPP3). Liz was … Continue Reading Why it’s time for the new Good publication Practice Guidelines (GPP3)
Good Publication Practice 3 (GPP3), a key guidance document for the publication of company-sponsored medical research, has been published online today by the Annals of Internal Medicine. The full article … Continue Reading The latest Good Publication Practice guidelines for industry (GPP-3) are now published
Registrations now open for the 2015 Annual Conference of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA)
The American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) Annual Conference is now open for registrations. The meeting will take place between September 30th and October 3rd in San Antonio Texas. The organisers … Continue Reading Registrations now open for the 2015 Annual Conference of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA)
In an unprecedented move, a group of 85 asset managers and pension funds is teaming with a U.K. non-profit campaign (AllTrials campaign) to pressure pharmaceutical companies to disclose clinical trial data (i.e. get … Continue Reading Pharma company investors call for clinical trials transparency
The Good Publication Practice (GPP3) guidelines are now published. If these guidelines are going to have an impact on you – and you are UK or European based – then you may be … Continue Reading FREE evening panel discussion: new Good Publication Practice guidelines (GPP-3) in practice
Guidelines for Reporting Health Research is a textbook that provides a practical guide to choosing and correctly applying the appropriate guidelines when reporting health research to ensure clear, transparent, and useful … Continue Reading New textbook: Guidelines for Reporting Health Research
Last week, the International Society of medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) ran a webinar concerning: The current landscape of conduct of clinical trials in India. The importance and significance of increasing … Continue Reading Waking the Sleeping Tiger: Overview of Clinical Trials and Publication Practices in India
In a recent article in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, Ben Goldacre discusses the importance and need for improving the availability/publication of clinical trial data – particularly from the perspective … Continue Reading Fixing flaws in science must be professionalised
Original infographic can be found at: http://www.compoundchem.com/2015/04/09/scientific-evidence/
Trial registration: the single most valuable tool we have to ensure unbiased reporting of research studies
An Editorial has been published this week in The BMJ to mark the 10th anniversary of the landmark decision by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) to make … Continue Reading Trial registration: the single most valuable tool we have to ensure unbiased reporting of research studies
Reading a paper and want to find out its Altmetric details? You can now install a free “bookmarklet” from Altmetric for Chrome, Firefox and Safari that makes this possible. The “bookmarklet” can be … Continue Reading The Altmetric Bookmarklet: instantly get article level metrics for any recent paper, for free
Scientific Data: ‘Where should authors deposit clinical datasets, and how should peer review of these be done?
An editorial this week in Scientific Data discusses the systems that are emerging for authors to be able to deposit clinical datasets – such as the Yale Open Data Access (YODA, … Continue Reading Scientific Data: ‘Where should authors deposit clinical datasets, and how should peer review of these be done?
The presentation below was given by Barrie Anthony at the recent “An Update: Publications in Practice” meeting.
As part of the move to make clinical trial results more accessible, Elsevier is launching a new open access journal to provide an outlet for negative or less impactful trial … Continue Reading New journal will publish results from all scientifically sound clinical trials