Jan./Feb. 2009 – Vol. 32, No. 1

Viewpoint

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Science Editor: Entering Our 10th Year   Barbara Gastel

Annual Meeting Reports

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Plenary Address: Genetics, Pharmacogenomics, and Drug Safety  
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Plenary Address: Thinking Like a Futurist  
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The Changing Life of a Manuscript Editor  
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Editing by or for Non–English-Speaking Writers or Readers  
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Achieving Transparency in Reporting Health Research  
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Charting the New World of Science Journalism Online: Ethical Quandaries and Challenges  
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Listening to Our Readers  
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Conflict of Interest in Disclosures and Advertising  
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E-Journal Preservation  
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Editing Around the World in 80 Minutes  

Features

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Of Science Communicators, the Fish, and the Elephant: PCST-10 Reveals the Connection   Bernard Appiah
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Addressing Ethical Issues: Flow Charts from COPE Offer Guidance  

Departments

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Reviews   Susan M Shirley
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The Word Hawk   Bob Johnson
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Guest Editor   Olga Kuchment
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Editing and Education   Schuyler W Henderson
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Other Than Editing   Olga Kuchment

CSE News

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Top Ten Reasons Not to Miss Pittsburgh in the Spring   Diane M Sullenberger
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The CSE Short Courses: Another Great Reason to Arrive in Pittsburgh Early   Ken Heideman
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Editorial Policy Committee Develops Sample Letters for Journal Editors   Bernard Appiah
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Who’s New in CSE  
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Calendar  
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Information for Contributors