The most important lesson is that incentives work. This pressure exists almost but is particularly intense in China everywhere. It is as a result no surprise that the many inventive ways to video game the peer-review system to get manuscripts released have come from China. The companies mentioned above offering fake peer testimonials all come from China and countries in Southeast Asia, and most of the authors involved in these full cases come from the same areas. But it would be a mistake to check out this as a Asian or Chinese problem. The nagging problem may be the perverse incentive systems in scientific publishing. So long as authors are rewarded for publishing many content articles and editors are rewarded for publishing them rapidly, new means of gaming the original publication models will be invented quicker than new control steps can be put in place..Classes are planned on campus or online to support health care workers seeking to further their education and the ones just getting started in the field.
AHA announces new app for cardiologists to access Circulation journal The American Heart Association announced fresh digital tools offering members and subscribers advanced usage of its Circulation journal through the release of a mobile view website and iPad app. Released late yesterday, the optimized mobile view website allows visitors to view Circulation on smartphones, including iPhone and Android. The Circulation App for iPad, developed and distributed by the AHA’s publishing partner, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, the right component of Wolters Kluwer Wellness, provides full cellular accessibility for all member and specific subscribers of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, the top-rated journal in cardiology.