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Croat Med J. 2011 Dec 15;52(6):735-9.

Familiarizing with science editors' associations.

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Department of Rheumatology, Clinical Research Unit, Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust (A Teaching Trust of University of Birmingham), Russell's Hall Hospital, Dudley, United Kingdom. a.gasparyan@gmail.com

Abstract

The number of science editors' associations is growing to resolve a variety of professional problems. The main objective of the associations is to educate their members by facilitating dissemination of information, publishing scholarly journals, books, networking of experts, and regular meetings. There are many science editing associations - general and specialized, traditional, and new. The article presents activities of some of these associations, which include upholding standards of science writing, editing, indexing, research reporting, peer review, editorial independence, and other editorial policies.

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22180273
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PMC3243314
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