ISMPP presentations

We believe in contributing to the development of our profession, to share our research with our professional colleagues. Below is a list of the research contributions we have made to the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) at their Annual and European meetings.

2018

Does publication impact vary by whether an analysis is prespecified or post hoc?

Rob Coover, Andy Shepherd, Myka Ababon and Dana Fox

Survey evidence to advance advocacy: Awareness of publication professional initiatives at the Peer Review Congress (Encore; joint winner, best visual presentation)

Karen L. Woolley, Slavka Baronikova, Alice Choi, Mary Gaskarth, Anna Geraci, Mieko Hamana, Jackie Marchington, Elizabeth A. Whann, Chris C. Winchester and Fran Young

2018 (EU)

Survey evidence to advance advocacy: Awareness of publication professional initiatives at the Peer Review Congress (Winner, best original research)

Karen L. Woolley, Slavka Baronikova, Alice Choi, Anna Geraci, Mieko Hamana, Jackie Marchington, Elizabeth A. Whann, Chris C. Winchester and Fran Young

An exploratory analysis of online activity surrounding simultaneous publication and congress presentation

Andy Shepherd, Nicole Draghi and Gary Burd

2017

Journal word count specifications: a comparison of actual word counts versus submission guidelines

Kate Jesien, Hannah Lederman, Marife Arancillo, Laura Yee and Sarah Funderburk

The cost of rejection

Nicole Draghi, Lindsay Kier, Laura Hibbler, Chloe Enever, Kimberly Mark and Gary Burd

2017 (EU)

Open access licences: what drives publisher options?

Jackie Marchington, Antonia Panayi, Slavka Baronikovab, Andrew Desson, Shailesh Desai and Christopher Rains

Open researcher and contributor ID (ORCID) adoption in journals, 2016: one agency’s experience

Andrea Plant, Katie Lay and Jackie Marchington

2015 (EU)

The anatomy of a publication programme as seen through article-level and alternative metrics

Andy Shepherd

2014 (EU)

Case study: Using social media monitoring to measure qualitative impact and inform communication strategy

Andy Shepherd and Jackie Marchington

Oral presentation: A survey of current practices in encore abstract submissions from industry- sponsored study data

Antonia Panayi, Jurgen Wiehn, Susan Wieting, Amina Elsner Slavka Baronikova, Jackie Marchington and Christopher Rains

2013 (EU)

Author attitudes to professional medical writing support

Jackie Marchington, Gary Burd and Catherine Kid

2012

Authorship criteria in medical journals: A review of guidance

Jackie Marchington

2011

Oral presentation: Impact of a structured training programme on development of medical writers

Jackie Marchington, Tina Kohnstam and Janet Brandon

2007

Oral presentation: Taking an ethical standpoint: developing the caudex medical authorship & acknowledgements policy

Jackie van Bueren


Caudex’s Director of Global Operations, Jackie Marchington, is our guru when it comes to research into our profession, and can be contacted at Jackie.Marchington@caudex.com if you are interested in more information, or if you have an idea about how we can be partners in some research.

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