Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Scholarly Resources
This compilation of guidance documents and other materials provides information related to furthering diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in scholarly publishing. All resources in this collection have been developed by respected authorities and professional groups and are linked here in one location as an aid for editors and others involved in scientific publication. However, the content listed on this page is by no means a comprehensive list of resources on this important issue nor does inclusion on this page imply endorsement by the Council of Science Editors.
Has your journal or organization issued a statement about policies and practices related to diversity, equity, and inclusion? Have you updated your guide for authors, examined your peer review processes for potential bias, or launched a new initiative to mentor members of underserved communities?
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|C4Disc Joint Statement of Principles||C4Disc|
|Confronting Environmental Racism||Environmental Health Perspectives||
|“Efforts by the journal to promote perspectives of equity, diversity, and inclusion and address disparities”||Neurology|
|Equity and the JAMA Network||JAMA Network Journal Editors||
|Five quick wins you can do as a journal editor||BMJ||
|“The Groundwater of Racial and Ethnic Disparities Research”||American Heart Association|
|Increasing Diversity in Science: It Begins With All of Us||Society of Biological Psychiatry||
|“New at Cell Press: the Diversity and Inclusion Statement”||Cell Press|
|Our Vision: An Antiracist Journal||Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry||
|Sex and Gender Equity in Research: rationale for the SAGER guidelines and recommended use||EASE||
|Taking an antiracist posture in scientific publications in human genetics and genomics||American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics||
|The language of race and ethnicity in academic medical publishing||Journal of Osteopathic Medicine / American Osteopathic Association||