English for Academic Research Publications

Alexander Mzhelsky has headed Elsevier HS in CIS countries where he launched as a Publisher over 20 journals under Elsevier brand. He designed and acted as a keynote speaker at over 50 seminars sponsored by pharmaceutical companies for their opinion leaders and authors in how to publish a world-class paper in the most impacted journals. He was also involved or invited in CIS countries by many international organisations including British Council and Thomson Reuters IP&S (currently Clarivate Analytics) to cover scientific publishing topics.

Publication Ethics: Review, Cases and Practical Suggestions

The presentation, based on the real international cases, reviews the common publishing ethics and typical examples of its breach (e.g. fundamental and statistical errors, data access and retention, originality and plagiarism/ self-plagiarism, multiple publication, acknowledgement of sources, authorship, libel, etc.). It advises of the potential consequences and suggests proper reporting standards (e.g. disclosing conflicts of interest). The author copyright basics are also covered from the perspective of publishing ethics.

Andrew Moskalev is the Chief Executive Officer at EOL Labs, a Scientific Consultancy company. His spheres of interest are efficiency of scientific communications, theory of Mass Communications and effective Medical Writing. He is a biostatistics and he is responsible for integrating of two-step flow of communication model into Pharm management practices.

Medical Writing- Formal and Informal Guidelines for preparing a Biomedical Paper

Biomedical publications: the current trends in biomedical publications. What is a success criterion for publishing a research paper? Formal and informal guidelines for preparing a biomedical paper to be published in international high-impact peer-reviewed journals: recommendations from the key publishers, such as Elsevier, Springer, etc. Choosing the approach to presenting the material: from syntax to semantics. Scientific visibility: why will your paper be chosen to be read and cited?

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