MPIP launches The Enhanced Publication Options Navigator
The new Enhanced Publication Options Navigator (EPON) has launched to expand and replace the Open Access Journal Tool for Industry (OA-JTI). The latest resource provides detailed information on open access (OA) publishing, enhanced publication content (EPC), and plain language summaries (PLS) not readily available on journal websites. Use this free and unique resource to search for publishing options from more than 450 journals.
Medical Publishing Insights & Practices (MPIP) was founded by members of the pharmaceutical industry and the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) to elevate trust, transparency, and integrity in reporting the results of industry-sponsored research. The major goal of MPIP is to encourage more effective partnerships between trial sponsors and medical journals to continue to raise standards in medical publications and expand access to research results.
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Welcome to Transparency Matters—a new initiative of Medical Publishing Insights & Practices (MPIP) designed to raise awareness of the importance of transparency in reporting the results of industry-sponsored research and its impact on credibility. The goal is to broaden the conversation around transparency in medical publications, promote best practices, and engage interested parties in this important mission.
At its core, Transparency Matters is a global education platform and call to action to improve the transparency and credibility of industry-sponsored research publications. The MPIP co-sponsors have created a resource hub where authors, life-science companies, journal editors, and other interested parties can find research, tools, and recommendations to help improve the level of transparency when reporting the results of industry-sponsored research.
Transparency Matters is a global effort to
Do you believe that reporting of industry-sponsored research in peer-reviewed journals should be transparent, balanced, and timely? Do you believe that ensuring transparency in medical communications represents an ethical imperative? Let your voice be heard, and tell us what transparency means to you!
More than 1,000 people pledged their commitment to transparent reporting of industry-sponsored research.
Paradoxically, peer review, which is at the heart of science, is largely a faith-based rather than evidence-based activity. Peer review had been studied hardly at all until the late 1980s when the International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication…
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