The role of open access publication in cancer

Written by Victoria Louise Crump-Haill – Digital Strategist/Account Director‏

Read, watch and listen to Professor Gordon McVie, our ecancer client discuss the merits of open access publication.

Open access is the subject of much discussion among academics and publishers and plays an important role in the communication of peer-reviewed information to scientists, clinicians and educated patients. However, there is substantial disagreement about the open access concept, along with much discussion about the economics of funding an open access communications system for clinical publications. Reactions range from moving with enthusiasm to a new open access publishing model, to experiments in providing as much free or open access as possible, to active lobbying against open access proposals.

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