Tuesday, 2 March 2010

The Trouble with Medical Journals by Richard Smith

Author Richard Smith worked for the BMJ for 25 years (and according to Wikipedia, is Arthur Smith's brother!!). In this book he maps out his own analysis of current and future trends in journal publishing. Anyone interested or involved in medical publishing should read it. To quote one of the critics:

"I suggest you drop heavy hints for this book to be added to your birthday present list"
Learned Publishing

Published by The Royal Society of Medicine Press Ltd and now available to borrow from ScHARR library. please visit the 'new books' stand or check the shelves at Z 278 (Tro)

Happy reading!

Posted by Sonia

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