Posts

B - How scientists use social media

B - Teaching medical ethics

B - Publication professionals

B - Effectiveness of graphical abstracts

B - Authorship policies

B - ResearchGate

B - Where are the data?

B - Medical gems

B - If I tweet will you cite?

B - Scientific crowdfunding projects

B - Updating of systematic reviews

B - ISMPP Code of Ethics

B - Using popular culture in science communication

B - Quantity and/or quality?

B - Use of stings, hoaxes and irony in scientific publishing

B - Big data and machine learning

B - The role of a publications officer

B - Articles on overuse of medical care

B - Citation analysis

Changes at eLife

N - Nature data policy

B - Challenges in altmetrics

B - OA publication fees in Germany

B - Truth in science publishing

B - A COPE perspective on publishing ethical issues

B - Authorship of clinical trial documents

B - Researchers under cyber attacks

B - Publishing elite against impact factor

B - Ethical medical communications

B - Content and phrasing in titles

B - Photoshopping science

B - Readability of academic blogs

B - Ghostwriting in drug marketing

B - Self-citation rates higher for men

B - OA bibliography

B - PhD thesis: being more open

B - Predatory journals

B - Gold OA sustainability

B - Data exchange standards for peer review

N - invited reproducibility paper

N - Springer Nature research data policies

N - Dutch research misconduct and reproducibility funds

N - How Can I Share It?

N - Badges for books

N - WAME professionalism code of conduct

B - Scientists' participation in public debates

B - Writing for lay audiences

B - Medical journalism

B - Replicating psychology studies

B - Sex and gender equity in research: SAGER guidelines

B - Rewarding reviewers

B - What makes a good policy paper

B - Post-publication peer review

B - OA and knowledge translation

B - Rule violations

B - Sharing clinical trial data

B - Statistical reporting errors in psychology

B - Public registry of competing interests

B - Reviewer fatigue?

B - OA publishing trend analysis

B - Gender analysis in health system research

B - The Flesch Reading Ease measure

B - Open access impact

A - ESE Author Q&A: Omar Sabaj Meruane