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.
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A recent study published in BMJ Open brings to the fore a field that has been little-reported on to date: reporting and publication practices among health researchers in lower/middle income … Continue Reading Reporting and publication practices in lower/middle income countries
Gender bias is inherent in scholarly systems. Men publish at higher rates and receive more peer review invitations than women, while male PhD-educated scientists are more likely than their female … Continue Reading Gender bias in publishing
An article published by Nature in the past week summarises a new initiative that uses colourful ‘digital badges’ to denote different contributions that authors made to a paper. This system … Continue Reading Digital badges aim to clear up politics of authorship