We’ve heard of open data, but should we also consider open methods as standard?
Analysis of Elsevier’s article metadata and invoicing information provides insights into the uptake of hybrid open access.
European countries can’t agree on what counts as research misconduct, creating potential pitfalls for researchers.
In this series of 3 videos, experts discuss how enhanced features can be used to maximise the reach of medical publications.
ISMPP poll shared in The MAP explores the best approach for cross-functional discussions of publication plans.
Read about Trishna Bharadia’s experiences with patient collaborations. What has been the impact of COVID-19, and how does she see the future of patient partnerships?
The 2021 Asia Pacific Meeting of ISMPP will be a Virtual Event on 9-10 September 2021: register now!
Universal access to scientific knowledge: UNESCO outlines the scope of its Recommendation on Open Science
Find out more about the proposed policies and progress towards their adoption.
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ISMPP launches new series of InformED podcasts.
Join the debate: learn about the potential benefits and risks of paying peer reviewers.
Learn whether open access journal articles benefit from a citation advantage over subscription journal articles.
Publication Lead Chris Brooks discusses the impact of COVID-19 on medical communications.
The gender gap in publications is well documented, but does peer review contribute to this bias? A recent study investigated.
Overcoming scientific communication challenges during COVID-19: insights from a Global Publications Director
Read Lucy Turner’s perspective on the impact of COVID-19 on medical publications and congresses.
Publisher of Science journals update their Green open access policy for authors of research funded by cOAlition S organisations to allow Plan S compliance.