Latest Article Alert from BMC Medicine

The following new articles have just been published in BMC Medicine

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Research article
Lifetime risk of being diagnosed with, or dying from,

Latest Article Alert from BMC Health Services Research

The following new articles have just been published in BMC Health Services Research

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Research article
Making patient centered care a reality: a

Latest Article Alert from Acta Neuropathologica Communications

The following new article has just been published in Acta Neuropathologica Communications

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Research
Tuberous sclerosis complex neuropathology

Latest Article Alert from BMC Cardiovascular Disorders

The following new articles have just been published in BMC Cardiovascular Disorders

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Research article
Role of SIRT3 in Angiotensin II-induced

Predatory publishers criticised for ‘unethical, unprincipled’ tactics – Background Briefing – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

They create copycat ‘science journals’, exploit academic authors and publish junk ‘peer reviewed’ science. Hagar Cohen investigates one of the biggest of the alleged ‘predatory’ publishers, and the dubious tactics used in this growing sector.

Latest Article Alert from Malaria Journal

The following new article has just been published in Malaria Journal

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Review
The influence of host genetics on erythrocytes and malaria

Latest Article Alert from Systematic Reviews

The following new article has just been published in Systematic Reviews

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Protocol
Indicators and measurement tools for health system

Librarians Leap to the Aid of Researchers Whose Funding Will Soon Depend on Open Access

“As more federal agencies begin requiring grant recipients to make research results freely available to the public, college librarians have taken on a new role: helping researchers comply with open-access rules.

A February 2013 memorandum from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy said federal agencies with more than $100 million in research-and-development expenditures would have to require that results be available within a year of publication.

New open-access rules will take effect in October at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, among other agencies. Researchers will risk losing grant support from those sources if they don’t make their findings freely available to the public. Several private funders, such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, are also shifting to public-access requirements. In response, many college libraries are working with institutional research offices and others to let researchers know what’s expected of them….”

Opening the Curriculum: Open Educational Resources in U.S. Higher Education, 2014

“Awareness and adoption of open educational resources (OER) has yet to enter the mainstream of higher education. Most faculty remain unaware of OER, and OER is not a driving force for faculty decisions about which educational materials to adopt. The picture does include some promising signals, as results show that faculty find the concept attractive: those who are aware of OER rate it roughly on par with traditional resources, and those who have not yet used it are very willing to give it a try….”

Latest Article Alert from BMC Women’s Health

The following new article has just been published in BMC Women’s Health

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Research article
Differentials in the prevalence of anemia among