What IJCP authors think about open access: exploring one possible future for publishing clinical research in a general and internal medicine journal

Connotea Imports 2012-05-01


Use the link above to access the full text of the editorial published in the International Journal of Clinical Practice (IJCP). The editorial was first published online in January 2012 and appears in the February 2012 issue of IJCP. The opening statement reads as follows: “This editorial shares the questions that IJCP is, at the time of this publication, asking research authors about ‘open access’. It aims to prompt discussion about open access, and explains some of the challenges that switching to open access presents to a general and internal medicine journal like IJCP. It invites you to share your insights, using the approaches described below. It explains how you will be able to read the results of our research.”




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Date tagged:

05/01/2012, 06:07

Date published:

04/26/2012, 10:48