Publishing in 2020: A checklist to support a shift in behaviour to achieve best practice - Cobey - - European Journal of Clinical Investigation - Wiley Online Library
peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-11-25
Abstract: When it comes to publishing, researchers’ stated norms for established best practices often do not align with their actual behaviour1. Consider the example of data sharing: failure to share research data when publishing is increasingly viewed as a barrier to research progress, and to contribute to waste and inefficiency2. Policies seeking to maximise the value of public funding are at the heart of the data sharing movement. Patients appear to be overwhelmingly agreeable to their data being shared too3.