Part B of a two-part series delves into the practicalities of patient authorship and offers tips for effective and ethical patient collaboration.
Patient authorship is here and here to stay. Part A of a two-part series explores how sponsors may benefit from patient authorship, or risk getting left behind.
Add your contributions to the 9th annual MedComms Day.
An extension and elaboration of the SPIRIT checklist specific to n-of-1 trials aims to improve the quality and reporting of protocols for this trial type.
ISMPP U previews Annual Meeting with standalone session – Data privacy regulation: Which way forward?
Find out about the potential future direction of US data privacy laws in our summary of the ISMPP Annual Meeting preview.
Find out how bite-size content is being used to reach time-poor readers in an era of information overload in our summary of the ISMPP Annual Meeting preview.
The Research Data Alliance has published standardised research data policies, but wider collaboration is needed to ensure they are supported and implemented.
Tips on disclosures of interest from the Medical Publishing Insights and Practices Initiative (MPIP).
Following a public consultation, updated cOAlition S guidance relaxes the criteria for transformative journals, prompting commitments from further journals.
Find out more about the principles of the Jussieu Call, which aims to promote bibliodiversity alongside open access in scientific publishing.
A US court ruling finds reporting of many clinical trials of unapproved drugs in breach of the law. But responses to the ruling are uncertain.
The virtual 16th Annual Meeting of ISMPP will take place on June 16-18, 2020, with the meeting theme, The Evolving Role of the Scientific Communications Professional in an Open World.
Could medical publishing benefit from a more dynamic system, where open publications can be updated and engagement is sought across disciplines?
An increased reliance on virtual congresses and digital technologies during the pandemic may herald lasting changes, and opportunities, in medical communications.
A recent article in Nature reveals how dedicated data sharing infrastructure may be key to facilitating systematic research into peer review processes.
Publons data show many predatory journals enlist scholars to perform peer review – young researchers should be particularly wary.