Following the 4th World Congress for Borderline Personality Disorder, Lisa Lyssenko summarises the key messages that emerged.
Overuse injuries such as stress fractures occur along a spectrum of severity which can make standardizing their treatment a challenge. Published as part of the… Read more »
As World Alzheimer's Month draws to a close, James Smith, Communications and Administration Coordinator at Alzheimer’s Disease International, highlights the… Read more »
In this podcast, we talk to Professor Ian Cree, section editor for BMC Cancer, about open peer review and recognition for those participating in it.
Many reviewers feel that some form of public acknowledgment is more valuable than monetary payment when it comes to their services. In this podcast, Elizabeth… Read more »
The latest research in the pseudoenzyme field was presented at what claimed to be the world's first dedicated pseudoenzyme conference in Liverpool earlier this… Read more »
The experts in the European Liver Patients Association (ELPA) Hep-CORE advisory group provide a window on the broad range of hepatitis activities and… Read more »
Disgusted with current peer review processes, some are opting out of peer review altogether and publishing on preprint servers. Can we offer a less radical… Read more »
Few resources are available to support less experienced peer reviewers of literature reviews. A recently published commentary in Research Integrity and Peer… Read more »