An important post from the Scholarly Open Access blog by Jeffrey Beall, University of Colorado. Why you cannot trust many publications in PubMed searches these days, but how to confirm trusted journal list by limiting your searching to just Medline. Know the difference. Peer-reviewed science journals appearing in the Medline database are curated by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the NIH (National Institutes of Health). There is very little requirement for a journal to get its content indexed in the PubMed database however, and there is no curation process by the NLM.
Tags » Ethics
Proverbs 11:20 (NLT)
The Lord detests people with crooked hearts, but he delights in those with integrity.
The word “integrity” is thrown around a lot these days. 526 more words
Question: Identify an ethical dilemma in business that is currently being discussed or reported in the media and describe the ethical situation and dilemma.
Answer: 144 more words
PubMed is not MEDLINE. I recommend against using PubMed as a list of quality journals for the purposes of finding a journal to publish in, evaluating academic performance, awarding grants and degrees, and assessing job candidates. 538 more words
When will Capitalist hypocrisy stop:
- ‘peace’ and ‘democracy’ through wars?
- selling arms to ensure ‘quality of life’?
- creating starvation for ‘human rights’?
When will people question 147 more words