Posts Tagged ‘journals’

September 10th, 2013

Have We Solved The Problem of Ghostwriting?

Several years ago, in the midst of the Vioxx litigation, I became aware of the practice of ghostwriting throughout academic medicine. In general, marketing arms of pharmaceutical companies wanted to seed the peer-reviewed journals with articles published by academics. They would identify an academic and provide him or her drafts of the article. Sometimes they […]

May 13th, 2013

Blogging at HRS 2013: From The FIT Lounge, Insights From Douglas Zipes About Publishing

I finally managed to walk to the Fellows in Training lounge, hoping to connect with some co-fellows. I did find lot of fellows, but to my surprise Dr. Zipes was there and ready to answer burning questions about getting published.