21 December 2022 – BMJ Open is an open-access medical journal with an open peer review process, which includes asking referees to sign their reviews. The journal is unusual in that it not only publishes peer-reviewed research, but it also runs its own experiments on new publication and review practices, complete with control groups and publication in (other) scientific journals. Adrian Aldcroftfor this episode of the EMBO podcast joins Review Commons project leader Thomas Lemberger for a conversation about peer review, preprints, open science, and the role of editors in basic and clinical research.
Peer review, preprints, and the pressures of clinical research
A conversation with BMJ Open Editor-in-Chief Adrian Aldcroft
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