Open Review of Science Publications
Sekhar, D M R
Aery, Naresh Chander
Accountability in research 2010 Sep; 17(5): 257-63
Publication of scientific research in print is traditionally peer reviewed anonymously prior to publication, which is a time-tested process but has serious limitations. The advent of the Internet permits postpublication open review online after minimal review by the editors or the author-selected reviewers, which can be quick, that permits the authors to revise the content. Most meritorious articles published online may be selected for publication in print as annual or biennial collections.
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Evaluation of Institutional Review Board Review and Informed Consent in Publications of Human Research in Critical Care Medicine Matot, Idit; Pizov, Reuven; Sprung, Charles L. (1998-09)OBJECTIVE: To examine the frequency of obtaining Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval and informed consent in critical care research. DATA SOURCES AND DATA EXTRACTION: One-year retrospective review of original critical ...