¿Qué debe tener una revista médica ‘Open Access’ para ser fiable?

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-06-21


From Google Translate: "The most emblematic scientific journal of the movement 'open access' (in which anyone can access its contents, without subscription) is on anniversary. PLOS One is a decade old and, to this day, there is no doubt of its reliability. 

'Articles are rejected in PLOS One and other 'open access' journals and, although we do not like it, it is a sign of quality for me' explains Esther Barreiro , director of Archivos de Bronconeumología , the publication of the Spanish Society of Pneumology and Surgery Thoracic (Separation). 'Before we thought that if they were paid, they would accept anything, but it is not: the magazine values ​​quality, not just the fact that I will pay 1. 500 euros'. "



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Date tagged:

06/21/2017, 19:09

Date published:

06/21/2017, 15:10