Retracted publications, the issue of poor results reporting, and the increasing value of online teaching methods.
Fang et al.1 think that it is important to evaluate scientific publications that have been retracted because they feel studying projects that have failed can give a vital indication of the current state of errors in the scientific process.
Writing and the communication of ideas is obviously crucial in the scientific community, and is the core aspect of our jobs as medical writers.
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