BMJ research in evidence-based publishing

The BMJ is an international medical journal with a long-standing interest in research on publishing and editing – sometimes called “journalology”.

This resource is a compilation of research completed by the BMJ on topics such as peer review, competing interests, editorial decision making, open access publishing, authorship and contributorship, presentation of scientific research, and research ethics. Studies are presented as brief summaries, with links to the published articles.

After using this resource, you should be able to...
  • Find the reports of studies conducted by the BMJ in the field of “journalology”