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Ethical aspects in medical publishing in Belgium.

Medical publishing has become a pivotal aspect of all stages of career development in medicine in Belgium. Publication pressure is therefore present from the stage of the medical student to the level of the head of an academic medical service. This pressure represents a real danger to commit scientific misconduct, ranging from minor missteps to severe fraud. Recent surveys have shown that scientific misconduct and publication fraud represent an important problem in medical publishing, more than in other sci...

Open Access, data capitalism and academic publishing.

Open Access (OA) is widely considered a breakthrough in the history of academic publishing, rendering the knowledge produced by the worldwide scientific community accessible to all. In numerous countries, national governments, funding institutions and research organisations have undertaken enormous efforts to establish OA as the new publishing standard. The benefits and new perspectives, however, cause various challenges. This essay addresses several issues, including that OA is deeply embedded in the logic...

Perspective on Publishing Quality Improvement Efforts.

Quality improvement (QI) activities are critical to achieve the Triple Aim and to the Institute of Medicine's six "Aims for Quality Improvement": Safe, Effective, Patient-Centered, Timely, Efficient, and Equitable. These QI activities are essential to create a learning health care system. Academic publishing is critical to foster continuous QI and sharing, and yet it tends to favor more traditional research articles. Publishing QI activities has great value, encourages greater rigor, and helps facilitate gr...

Is it Suitable for a Journal to Bid for Publishing a Review That is Likely to be Highly Cited?

By following a recently published paper entitled "The effect of publishing a highly cited paper on a journal's impact factor: a case study of the Review of Particle Physics" in Learned Publishing, we argue that it is not suitable for journals to bid for the right to publish a review that is likely to be highly cited. A few suggestions are also provided to deal with the special case of the Review of Particle Physics phenomenon.

Comparing gender discrimination and inequality in indie and traditional publishing.

In traditional publishing, female authors' titles command nearly half (45%) the price of male authors' and are underrepresented in more prestigious genres, and books are published by publishing houses, which determined whose books get published, subject classification, and retail price. In the last decade, the growth of digital technologies and sales platforms have enabled unprecedented numbers of authors to bypass publishers to publish and sell books. The rise of indie publishing (aka self-publishing) refl...

The Power of Publishing.

Case Reports and Consent for Publishing in Rheumatology Journals: A Latin American Perspective.

Case reports have a long-standing tradition in the current rheumatology literature. We aimed to present the main points of view regarding the importance, meaning, and barriers of consent for publishing under the comprehensive protection of patients' rights within this genre. We encourage Latin American editors and authors of rheumatology journals to adopt the best ethical practices in the field, avoiding security and legal liabilities from a regional perspective.

Publishing Methods Without Results: A First That Hopefully Will Not Last.

Learning the art of science publishing.

Publishing AADE's Position Statements.

Considering the numbers.

Predatory Publishing Revisited.

Take pride in the NHS at 70.

The overlooked population.

Women in the world of science and scientific publishing.

Can this be the 'moment' for leg ulcers?

From expert to novice.

Choosing an emollient.

If we build it, they will come.

Our author-centric approach to publishing your research.

Treading carefully.

Time for a measuring stick.

My light bulb moment.

Needed: a retention strategy.

Leading Change, Adding Value: can it do what it says on the tin?

Protecting the nation's health.

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