B - Web services for authors

B - Gender discrimination against women scientists

B - A lifetime words limit for researchers

B - What makes a strong editorial board?

B - Ethical aspects of Bioresource Research Impact Factor (BRIF)

ISMPP Webinar - What's Your Path? Career Development in Medical Publications

HEIRRI Research Innovation conference & workshop activity

B - Wikipedia and diffusion of science

AMERBAC Editorial Board Announcement

COPE introduce Core Practices

BMC Research Notes Launches Data Notes

STM Association Statement on Open Access

Updated Guidelines for Authors and Translators

Round table statement to improve animal research reporting

Call for EASE Council Nominations

B - Sci-Hub

B - Google Scholar

B - Rewards of predatory publications

B - A survey on predatory publications

B - Improving transparency at meetings

B - Science journalism

B - Tackling wordiness in medicine and science

New Style Author Toolkit!

B - Scholarly publishing like a bubble

B - What is PubMed now?

B - Manuscript submission systems

B - Senior scientists victim of predatory journals

B - Core competencies for scientific editors

PubMed Journal Selection Webinar

Metadata 2020 Collaboration

EASE Peer Reviewing Group - join the discussion!

Final Call for Abstracts!

EASE Conference announcements!

Member offer - Online Editors' course and resource

ESE 43(3) - August 2017

HEIRRI announce training program pilot testers

14th EASE Conference - Venue announcement and last call for abstracts!

B - Rules on COI

B - Journal peer review data

B - Publishing while female

B - Manuscript development and publishing

B - NISO Alternative altmetrics project

B - European Commission OA publishing platform

B - Citation indicators

B - Should authors suggest peer reviewers?

B - Sharing of copyrighted papers

B - Bioethics over the past 40 years

B - Non-English papers in scholarly communication

B - Funder interference in addiction research

B - A review of data sharing policies

B - Data authorship

B - Potential predatory and legitimate biomedical journals: a comparison

B - Statement on good science publishing

B - Single IRBs in multisite trials

B - Fake editors

B - Potential COI

B - A checklist to improve medical writing

B - Scientists on Twitter

B - Meta-assessment of bias

B - Institutional OA publishing

B - Full discovery: the publisher's role

B - Evidence-based review of Open Access

B - Accountability in publishing

B - Journal self-citations

B - Publication ethics statement

B - Systematic reviews

B - Reproducibility

B - Are pseudonyms ethical in publishing?

B - India's publication in predatory journals

B- Writing an effective article submission letter

B - History of peer review

B - Review of altmetrics

B - Evolution of impact and productivity

B - Translational medicine data

B - Patient perspectives and clinical research

B - Comparison of primary outcomes in protocols