Reference mining is fundamental to the creation of citation networks and rich, discoverable digital libraries. In recent years, a number of tools have been developed to address this need, but they are often limited by input format, infrastructure requirements and runtime performance. The most recent developments in this space have focused on reference mining PDFs from arts and humanities literature, but there’s a growing need for a fast, accurate way of extracting and parsing references from a wide range of documents and formats across the full research landscape.
Our RCT on the effect of various COI statements on readers’ confidence in educational articles has just been published in BMJ Open. Conclusion:
“Doctors’ confidence in educational articles was not influenced by the COI statements. Further work is required to determine if doctors do not perceive these COIs as important in educational articles or if they do not pay attention to these statements. More meaningful COI disclosure practices may be needed, which highlight context-specific potential sources of bias to readers.”
Results from the peer reviewer mentoring trial with the EULAR (European League Against Rheumatism) Network (EMEUNET) on Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases . Read more.
The new vet careers hub, My Vet Future, has now gone live and will be launching officially at the London Vet Show.
myvetfuture.com sits within the Vet Record Careers site and includes editorial content and resources from Vet Record and BVA, as well as contributions from affiliated groups such as the British Vet Nurses Association, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the Veterinary Schools Council. Content includes careers advice for school students and veterinary undergraduates, extramural studies opportunities, and career development guidance for veterinary professionals at all stages of their careers. The site is built around eight personas, with content targeted by user type.
Read more about our successful collaboration with 67 Bricks on a new Knowledge Base that has opened the doors for future innovation!
BMJ and Kudos have announced a new partnership to support the research dissemination needs of authors publishing in BMJ’s portfolio of more than 60 journals. Continue reading “Kudos and BMJ announce new partnership”
The objective is to engage with job seekers, increase awareness and encourage delegate registrants for the Careers Fair (and Careers Fair ticket is the general prize amongst some other great incentives).
BMJ Open has just published our study looking at the proportion of studies reporting patient and public involvement (PPI) before and after The BMJ‘s mandatory requirement to do this for all research articles: http://bmjopen.bmj.com/
Adrian Aldcroft, Editor of BMJ Open, has published a blog on it here:
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