It is just two weeks to go before our Virtual Conference. Our theme of 'editors and editing in times of crisis', will be timely and we hope to have some thoughtful insights to impart.
We have four sessions: (see the conference pages for full information)
1. The realities of being an editor in a time of crisis, lessons learned and recommendations for the future, with Naomi Lee, Senior Executive Editor (Research) at The Lancet and EASE VP Ines Steffens, Editor-in-chief of the scientific journal Eurosurveillance.
2. A debate which proposes: 'It is acceptable to reduce quality assurance processes in order to fast-track important research in times of crisis' proposed by Jos van der Meer, eLife and opposed by Ana Marusic, Journal of Global Health.
3. EASE Forum Live! Eight breakout sessions
4. A panel discussion on Preprints and independent peer review services in crisis times, with Jessica Polka, AsapBio; Janne Seppanen, Peerage of Science; Monica Granados, PREreview and Mario Malicki, METRICS.
More details about the programme and speakers can be viewed here.
This conference is restricted to EASE members who can register for free. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the webinar on the Zoom platform.
We are offering a 50% discount on EASE membership for the period 1 June to 31 December 2020, which will provide non members a cost-effective way of joining the Conference. If you know of anyone who might be interested in participating, please pass on this offer so that as many people as possible may be included. Contact our Secretary.
We also plan to make the recordings of the plenary sessions freely available to all after the event via our EASE website.