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Interview with Dr. Irene Hames

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Part 01
By Editage Insights | June 13, 2014
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Publication ethics problems don't spare any discipline
"Many journals are not only seeing more problems, the cases also seem to be becoming more complex." Dr. Hames discusses how current ethical issues across the academic publishing industry are being addressed by COPE along with journal editors and publishers. She has over 30 years' experience in scholarly publishing, served as a specialist advisor to the UK Science and Technology Committee concerning peer review, and is an Alumni of the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE).
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Part 02
By Editage Insights | June 16, 2014
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Dr. Irene Hames (Research-Publication & Peer-Review Specialist) discusses how the journal editorial process has evolved over the years
In this second part of our interview, Dr. Hames discusses how the journal editorial process has evolved over the years, the dissatisfaction with the traditional peer review process, and what the scholarly community should realistically expect from peer reviewers. She served as a specialist advisor to the UK Science and Technology Committee and has published books and papers concerning peer review.
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Part 03
By Editage Insights | June 27, 2014
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In this segment of a three-part interview series, Dr. Irene Hames—an independent research-publication and peer-review specialist with over 30 years’ experience in scholarly publishing—explains how journals should handle studies with flaws. Dr. Hames also discusses how, in her advisory roles with organizations such as Sense About Science and the International Society of Managing and Technical Editors, she works with over 5,000 scientists from Nobel prize winners to postdoctoral researchers and... Read more