B - Teaching scientific editing

B - What makes a good title?

B - Benchmarking biomedical publications

B - Use of double dummy trial

B - Editing across borders

B - Gender differences in research collaboration

B - Redefining misconduct

B - Research ethics: authorship

B - Iranian registry of clinical trials

B - Research misconduct

B - Open data sharing in the context of bioresources

B - Gender differences in UK research funding

B - New roles for health sciences librarians

B - Research data referencing

B - BioRxiv preprint website for bioscience

B - Libyan Journal of Medicine

B - Science communication to general public

B- Impact factor and citation performance

B - Journal rankings

B - Raw data availability from clinical trials

B - BMJ Case reports

B - Defending against plagiarism

B - Internationalization of Chinese STM journals

B - National vs international journals

B - Is there an apartheid in science publishing?

B - Journal rank and study impact

B - Journal's publisher country and citation rates

B - Normalization of citation impact

B - Data transparency in medical communication

B - Older people in clinical research

B - Reporting guidelines

B - Science editing

B - Ethical authorship in industry publications

B - Transparency declaration for research article

B - Honorary authorship in biomedical journals

B - New authorship criterion

B - Bibliographic databases: critical points

B - Web science in medicine and healthcare

B - Open access: the true cost of science publishing

B - Conflict of interest in OA publishing

B - Open access: changing global science publishing

B - Medical publication and scientometrics

B - A reviewer index

B - Reporting medical research

B - Choosing the target journal

B - Use of h-index in chemical research

B - Utility of style guides

B - Visibility of retractions

B - Duplicate systematic reviews

B - Citation and IF distributions of scientific journals

B - Impact factor for journal scientometrics

B - Reconsidering the Declaration of Helsinki

B - The Lancet journals new OA policy

B - Quality of reports on RCT's in Iranian journals

B - Peer review: past, present and future

B - Publishing function

B - Prescribed practices of authorship

B - Impact factor distortions

B - Predatory scholarly publishing

B - Peer review: nuts and bolts

B - Evaluations by peer review

B - Acta Informatica Medica indexed in PubMed

B - Altmetrics for institutional repositories

B - Bioresources sharing and traceability

B - Cost effectiveness for open access journals

B - Open access and altmetrics

B - Medical writing in the Middle East

B - Health research in the Eastern Mediterranean Region

B - Integrity of clinical trial evidence

B - Modules for teaching publication writers

B - Peer review impact

B - Peer review evaluation

B - Relationship between information literacy and creativity

B - Acta Medica Academica indexed in PubMed

B - Characteristics of randomized controlled trials

B - Influences of media on social movements

B - Are alternative metrics still alternative?

B - Publication ethics in the UK

B - Technology and discipline

B - The determinants of open access publishing

B - The structured abstracts

B - Editors' implementation of CONSORT guidelines

B - Traditional and open access publishing in oncology

B - Open vs blinded peer review

B - Editing in the digital world - Conference

B - Digital licenses replace print prices

B - Copy-editing of research papers

B - Medical writer education

B - The San Francisco Declaration on research assessment

B - Teaching scientific writing

B - Six red flags for suspect work

B - Reporting of research studies in rheumatology

B - Precepts on writer's attitude

B - Scientific publications in Nepal

B - How to write a scientific manuscript

B - Reporting guidelines

B - Biomedical publications in Gulf Cooperation Council countries

B - Publication ethics in biomedical journals

B - Challenges for authors and publishers

B - Publication of results from clinical trials

B - Management of errors and scientific fraud

B - Peer reviewers can be credited as authors

B - Referencing accuracy