2005 Volume 28, Number 1

Science Editor

 January-February 2005 
Volume 28 - Number 1

Viewpoint

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Open Access and Science Editor.   Barbara Gastel

Annual Meeting Reports

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Plenary Presentation: The Access Issue: Publishing at a Critical Juncture  
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Standards of Reporting Biomedical Research: What’s New?  
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Evolving Roles in Access: Researchers, Librarians, Publishers, and Users  
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Patient Privacy and Journals: The Challenges of HIPAA and Other Privacy Laws  
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Good Science Gone Bad? Avoiding Media Pitfalls  
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How Much Should Editors Know About Statistics?  
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Establishing and Maintaining an Editorial Department Servicing Researchers in an Academic Setting  
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Electronic Indexing and Abstracting Services  
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Electronic Transactions: Trends in Online Professional Education and What They Mean for Publishers  
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Tension Between the Needs of Authors and Editors  

Features

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The World Association of Medical Editors (WAME): Thriving in Its First Decade.   Bruce P Squires and Suzanne W Fletcher
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Deciding to Become a Freelance Science Editor.   Jamie De Gregory
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The Arabic Naming System.   Beth Notzon and Gayle Nesom

Departments

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Reviews   Beth Notzon
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Views Afield   Jamie De Gregory
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Solution Corner   Della Mundy
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Net Results   Jamie De Gregory
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Editing across the Sciences   Barbara Gastel
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Other Than Editing   Jamie De Gregory

CSE News

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Five Short Courses to Precede Annual Meeting   Diane Lang
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Short Course on Statistics to Debut   Jessica Ancker
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Information for Contributors  
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Calendar