Category: Journal practices

8 1/23/2013

Introducing a three-part series on medical journal ghostwriting

11/27/2012

Heart journals ask scientist-authors to do what we’ve been teaching journalists for years

11/5/2012

“Embargoes… can be bad for the public health.”

8 11/1/2012

“Keep some healthy skepticism about claims for silver bullets, perfect cures, and huge effects”

2 10/31/2012

Take that, Ingelfinger! Embargo Watch toasts new open-access journal’s policy

10/31/2012

BMJ pushes Roche for raw data on Tamiflu trials

10/25/2012

Catching up on Embargo Watch & Retraction Watch gems

10/10/2012

HealthDay publishes two examples of news-release-journalism in one day

9/24/2012

More on publication bias and conflict of interest

9/14/2012

Publication bias – and “why most biomedical findings echoed by newspapers turn out to be false”