An analysis of 47 BMJ journals found that under one-third of peer reviewers were women.
Learn about the current failings in race and ethnicity reporting in regulatory documents and medical literature and how they can be overcome.
[PODCAST] Bringing it home: next generation of clinical trials & implications for publication professionals
Craig Lipset discusses the benefits of decentralised clinical trials.
A conference organiser discusses the pros and cons of different meeting formats, and the key components of successful hybrid events.
Learn how medical congress attendees and organisers have been impacted by the move to virtual and hybrid formats, and how congresses may improve in the future.
Dr Tony Ross-Hellauer (ON-MERRITT) discusses how the move toward open research may exacerbate inequity and suggests strategies to prevent it.
Missed the meeting? Read our report to get up to speed!
Find out why journals are planning to ask authors, reviewers, and editors about their gender, race, and ethnicity.
Read about the proposed actions to increase social justice in scientific publishing.
Health literacy expert, Becca Freed, shares her views on why heath literacy is so important and how we can promote clear medical communications for all.
The UN is marking this important day in an effort to improve gender equality and reduce the gender wage gap.
Read about the likely reasons for gender disparities in research citations and the suggested ways to mitigate them.
Catch up on a range of topics related to peer review by watching this panel discussion webinar hosted by EASE.
Find out more about this year’s Open Access Week, themed ‘It matters how we open knowledge: building structural equity’.
Laurie Myers and Stacy Robison discuss the importance of health literacy in equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Learn how a dataset of nearly half a million researchers can be used to reduce bias and increase equity.