Best of CLAHRC Wessex - Highlights from 5 years of applied health research
Collaboration has always been at the heart of CLAHRC Wessex’ work – the clue ... read more >
Building capacity for academic writing.. by Professor Anne Rogers
‘publication tsunami that is now an exponential wave’. The effects of this tsunami are well rehearsed: the enormous pressure on peer review processes; reduction in the time researchers have to read individual outputs; and, perhaps most commented on, the growth of a commercial market of fee-for-publication-based journals which lack the usual bulwarks of scientific credibility read blog >
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