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August 23rd, 2018

Podcast 224: What’s a “preprint server,” and how might it change how we think about journals?

Rohan Khera wrote an editorial in The BMJ to accompany his own paper on guidelines for hypertension treatment. In it, he wrote, not about his research, but about the way biomedical articles are published now, and how preprint servers could change that. (In essence, pre-print servers are online repositories of rough drafts of research available […]


March 15th, 2016

Podcast 199: Rethinking what medical journals do

There’s change in the air about science publishing, and Harlan Krumholz, the founding editor of the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, thinks it’s time to reimagine the whole concept of what a journal is and what it does. He poured his ideas into an editorial, “The End of Journals,” which he published as he approached […]


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