Don’t miss out on this recently published article, The COVID‐19 (Coronavirus) pandemic: reflections on the roles of librarians and information professionals, where the authors review 3 key ways librarians can help their researchers during this period of time.
Join us in this COVID-19 special episode of This Study Shows and explore how empathy and trust can lead to more effective science communication with our guests - Michelle Cortez, Medical Science and Tech Reporter, Bloomberg News and Sir Simon Wesseley, President of the Royal Society of Medicine.
In the midst of COVID-19 across the world, librarians are going above and beyond their usual responsibilities to help patrons through these uncertain times. Find out how libraries across the United States support their communities during this pandemic.
How is COVID-19 impacting the research community? We asked researchers what they were doing as their schedule shifts away from lab and fieldwork and toward more homebound pursuits.
Solitude runs counter to the demands of society. However, happiness can be found in it during this period of self-isolation and here are some benefits of spending time with your “personal self”.
What was it like when hospitals did not have imaging or x-ray departments more than a century ago? Join us on an interesting throwback to the 1890s on the early days of radiology. In celebration of 125 years of The British Journal of Radiology (BJR), its very first issue, published in 1896, has been made free-to-access until the end of this year.
There are many reasons why a paper may be rejected – scope, novelty, just to name a few, but it doesn’t mean that it isn’t worthy for publication. Find out how journal transfer networks can overcome the frustration of reformatting and resubmitting a manuscript once more.
Publishing your work is about making your discoveries available to the scientific community. This eBook walks you through how-to prepare your manuscript section-by-section.