Thursday, January 6, 2011

BMJ authors can’t be bothered to respond to criticisms

Carl Heneghan, 1 January 2011:

Highlights of the year in Evidence-Based Medicine:

We learnt authors of BMJ articles are reluctant to respond to criticisms. Reluctant in medical speak, to cebmblog, translates in to ‘can’t be bothered’.

A linked editorial highlighted ‘that all aspects of post-publication review are wanting in medical research.’ Whislt the peer review process continued to create fuss, and may finally ... Read more>>

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