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The evolution and critical role of peer review in academic publishing

Did you know that the number of peer-reviewed journals has steadily grown by 3.5% per year for over the past three centuries?1 In fact, a rigorous peer review process is considered to be an indication of a journal’s quality, and most journals rely on peer review to ensure that only the best research gets accepted […]


Journal supplements: Salient features, challenges, and future trends

Scholarly journals form the primary source of information on the latest advances in medical knowledge, and supplements form an intrinsic segment of many journal publications. When journals wish to separately publish a collection of papers on a particular topic – such as a specific disease, an unmet need in research, or a treatment method – […]


As a pharma marketer, are you setting yourself up for success in 2018?

The new year is a good time for marketers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries to look back and assess their failures and successes over the last year, understand industry trends, and plan for success in 2018. With marketing budgets often being cut and the constant need to demonstrate returns on investment, the task becomes […]


Maximize Your Study’s Visibility by Choosing the Right Journal

With the growing amount of published medical research, it is increasingly imperative for authors and publication managers to find innovative ways of making their findings known. Savvy publication managers realize that the authors’ target journals can be much more than a static depository for their papers—journals can be valuable partners in helping promote the published […]


Helping HCPs access trusted content they need

  View Infographic Meet Dr. Richards We would like to introduce you to Dr. Richards, a busy healthcare professional (HCP) who works at least 80 hours a week1,2,3 as a neurosurgeon. During a typical week, Dr. Richards spends his time consulting, performing surgeries, following up patients, managing in office visits, liaising with other medical practitioners […]