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Evidence-informed recommendations to reduce dissemination bias in clinical research: conclusions from the OPEN project

The aims of the OPEN project (http://www.open-project.eu) are to assess the current evidence on publication bias and to describe current practices by various key groups involved in funding, conducting and … Continue Reading Evidence-informed recommendations to reduce dissemination bias in clinical research: conclusions from the OPEN project

Predatory journals – a bad dream turning into a nightmare (BMJ Blog by @jocalynclark)

A blog today in The BMJ provides further commentary on predatory journals. The blog provides a good overview of how to recognise predatory journals, and provides a variety of tips. … Continue Reading Predatory journals – a bad dream turning into a nightmare (BMJ Blog by @jocalynclark)

Transforming the subscription journals’ business model to facilitate the necessary large-scale transformation to open access

A Max Planck Digital Library Open Access Policy White Paper published this week makes a case for a large-scale transformation of the current corpus of scientific subscription journals to an … Continue Reading Transforming the subscription journals’ business model to facilitate the necessary large-scale transformation to open access