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Title Medical and scientific publishing : author, editor, and reviewer perspectives / editors: Jasna Markovac, Molly Kleinman, Michael Englesbe.

Published London : Academic Press, [2018]
©2018

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 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource
Series ScienceDirect All Books
Notes Includes index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Teaching Publishing in Medical Education -- An Overview / Jasna Markovac -- Introduction -- Motivation -- University of Michigan Medical School Curriculum -- Working With Together -- Conclusion -- pt. I Publishing and Editing -- 2. Open Access Journal Publishing / Jasna Markovac -- Introduction -- What Is Open Access? -- History of the Open Access Movement -- Open Access, Copyright, and Licenses -- Types of Open Access -- Article Processing Charges -- Impact of Open Access -- Acknowledgments -- 3. Society Journal Publishing / Jennifer L. Pesanelli -- Value of a Society Journal Publisher -- Scholarly Mission -- Strategic Role of Society Journal Publishing -- Publishing Options -- Business Models -- Case in Point -- Threats to Society Publishing Programs -- Conclusion -- 4. Library Journal Publishing / Jasna Markovac -- Introduction -- Journal Publishing -- Michigan Journal of Medicine -- 5. Combining Medicine and Writing: My Journey to Becoming an Editor / Preeti N. Malani -- Early Years -- University of Michigan -- Becoming a Journalist and a Physician -- Combining Journalism and Medicine -- Becoming an Editor -- Returning to Journal of the American Medical Association -- As an Editor at Journal of the American Medical Association -- Looking Back -- My Advice -- 6. Journal Team: Editors and Publishers Working Together / Jasna Markovac -- Introduction -- Editor-In-Chief -- Additional Editors -- Editorial Board -- Reviewers -- Publishing Team -- Publishing -- Production -- Marketing -- Alternative Editorial Models -- 7. Peer Review -- Past, Present, and Future / Meng H. Tan -- Introduction -- How to Review Papers -- Other Aspects of Peer Review -- Future: Where Are We Going? -- 8. Pursuing Scholarship: Educating Faculty and Students on How to Publish Their Academic Work / Paula T. Ross -- Scholarship -- Get Started -- Publish Your Work -- pt. II Writing -- 9. Writing for Impact: How to Prepare a Journal Article / Justin B. Dimick -- Why You Should Get Serious About Your Writing -- Content of a Scientific Manuscript -- Improving Your Writing Process -- 10. Writing for Success / Hunter Heath -- Introduction -- Examples of Good and Bad Writing -- Approaches to Improving Writing Skills -- Planned Structure and Length -- Fingers to Keys -- Get Some Distance -- What to Do With Returned Critical Comments? -- General Thoughts -- Resources -- 11. How to Write a Book Chapter: Skip the History, the Histrionics, and the Howevers / Michael W. Mulholland -- Start Writing Right Away -- Keep Writing, Even a Little Bit, Every Day -- Ban the Word "However" -- Never Maintain a High Index of Suspicion -- Skip the History -- Do Not Read William Faulkner -- It Is Okay to Read Ernest Hemingway -- Put Yourself in the Other Person's Shoes -- Stay in Touch -- Keep the Reference List Short -- 12. Case for Case Studies / David Fessell -- Case Studies in Medicine -- Leadership Development in Medical Education -- Leadership Case Studies at Michigan Medicine -- Conclusion -- Leadership Case Study -- 13. Threats to Experimental Hygiene / Michael Englesbe -- Experimental Hygiene -- Threat #1 Unbalanced Groups (Setting Up a Study) -- Threat #2 Duration Bias (Setting Up a Study) -- Threat #3 Imperfect Compliance (Running a Study) -- Threat #4 Attrition (Running a Study) -- Threat #5 Spillover Effects (Ensuring Data Integrity) -- Threat #6 Behavioral Responses (Ensuring Data Integrity) -- Conclusion -- Case #1 Crossover -- Case #2 Unbalanced Groups -- 14. Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words: The Benefit of Medical Illustration in Medical Publishing / Evan Oxner -- Before Observation -- Importance of Observation -- Limitations of Alternative Observations -- Artists Can Draw What Does Not Exist -- Professionalization of Medical Illustration -- Medical Illustration Today -- Where to Find a Medical Illustrator -- 15. My Journey to Becoming an Author / Ellen R. Abramson -- Start of My Journey -- Opportunity Arises -- Process -- Result -- Next Steps in My Journey -- 16. Writing for Fun and Profit: An Author's Longitudinal Study / Robert Marcus -- Introduction -- Joys of Authorship -- Impact of Technology -- Academic Versus Industry Authorship: A Contrast -- My Life as a Reviewer -- Graduation to Editorship -- My Time as Chair of a Publications Committee -- Postscript -- pt. III Legal and Ethical Issues -- 17. Rights and Publishing Contracts: What Authors Need to Know / Karen Kost -- Copyright -- Copyrightability -- Rights and Permissions -- Terms of Use -- Publishing and Contracts -- Author Contracts for Journals and Books -- Protecting Your Intellectual Property -- 18. Publication Ethics in Medical Publishing / Christina N. Bennett -- Introduction -- Authorship -- Conflicts of Interest -- Duplicate Submission -- Duplicate Publication and Duplicate Data -- Self-Plagiarism -- Plagiarism -- Animal and Human Studies Ethics -- Fabrication and Falsification -- Conclusion -- 19. Publishing Ethics: An Interview With the Founders of Retraction Watch -- pt. IV Expanding Access and Increasing Impact -- 20. Digital Age of Academic Medicine: The Role of Social Media / Andrew M. Ibrahim -- Overview of Popular Social Media Platforms -- Three Case Studies of Successful Social Media Initiatives in Academic Medicine -- Benefits of Social Media -- Possible Drawbacks of Social Media -- Future Directions of Social Media in Academic Medicine -- 21. Caring Through Conversation: Communication in Health Care / Nathan Houchens -- Introduction -- Communication Purposes, Complexities, and Challenges -- Communication and Outcomes -- Teaching, Learning, and Assessing Communication -- Dissemination of Scholarship, Techniques, and Ideas -- Conclusions -- 22. Measuring Impact / Jean Song -- What Is Research Impact -- Why Measure Impact -- Impact Indicators -- Holistic Evaluation -- Bibliometrics -- Enhance Publication Impact -- Establish and Maintain Research Identity -- Make Publications Discoverable in Search Engines -- Share Publications Widely Using Multiple Means of Dissemination -- Use Evaluation Frameworks Beyond Quantitative Citation Metrics Alone -- 23. Government Funded Research and Publishing / Neil Thakur -- What It Means to Author a Paper-Balancing Credit and Responsibility -- Rules and How to Find Them -- Publications Impact on Peer Review and Evaluation -- Research, Reproducibility, and Integrity -- Tricks of the Trade -- Things on the Horizon -- 24. Data Sharing / Marisa L. Conte -- Introduction -- Data Sharing -- Arguments for and Against -- Data Sharing Mandates -- Data Sharing for Authors: Practical Considerations -- New Publication Opportunities -- Conclusion and Finding Help -- 25. Open Educational Resources in the Health Sciences / Molly Kleinman -- Introduction and Background -- Five Rs and Creative Commons -- Benefits of Open Educational Resources -- Challenges of Open Educational Resources -- Open Educational Resources in the Health Sciences -- Looking Ahead -- Acknowledgment -- pt. V Case Study: Michigan Journal of Medicine -- 26. From Concept to Publication: Laying the Groundwork for a Student-Run Medical Journal / Spencer Lewis -- Introduction -- Motivation and Justification -- Enter Michigan Journal of Medicine -- 27. Michigan Journal of Medicine as a Learning Tool: Establishing a Student-Run Journal and Editorial Team / Shannon Cramm -- pt. 1 Establishing a Team -- pt.
2 Establishing a Journal -- 28. Michigan Journal of Medicine as a Learning Tool: Perspectives From the Editor-in-Chief / Alisha Lussiez -- Michigan Journal of Medicine as a Learning Tool -- Leadership Lessons -- Beyond the Editing -- In Conclusion -- 29. Applying Design Thinking to the Design of an Online Electronic Journal / Jason Engling -- Introduction -- Steps -- Summary.
Summary Very few doctors and scientists receive any sort of systematic training in publishing, editing, and reviewing scholarly articles, despite the central importance of that work for scientific research and for their careers. Medical and Scientific Publishing will help fill the gap and help readers to: Understand processes of scientific and medical publishing Understand the role of an academic in medical publishing Become a better scientific communicator Develop skills to effectively serve as the editor of a medical journal Medical and Scientific Publishing is based on a successful course at the University of Michigan Medical School for third and fourth year medical students. The course teaches students not just how to write scientific and medical articles, but addresses key issues surrounding copyright, ethics, open access and much more. Students will build a strong foundation on how to do peer review and how to be authors and editors which are important skills in building a professional career. Covers a full range of essential information - explanation of publishing licenses, copyright and permissions, how to do peer review, how to write effectively, how journal publishing works, and much more Emphasizes rigor, quality, and scientific integrity in writing, editing, and publishing Focuses on authorship and editorial skills by experienced authors and publishers.
Other author Markovac, Jasna, editor.
Kleinman, Molly, editor.
Englesbe, Michael J., editor.
Elsevier issuing body.
Subject Medical publishing.
Science publishing.
Scholarly publishing.
Medical writing.
Communication in science.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780128099704 (electronic bk.)
0128099704 (electronic bk.)
9780128099698