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De la investigación a la publicación. El proceso editorial

By José Luis Pardal-Refoyo and Carlos Ochoa-Sangrador

Abstract

Introduction and objectives: the edition process (EP) starts with the writing of the research report. Includes processes such as review, publication, and distribution of the research report. EP involves various participants such as authors, contributors, reviewers, the editor and readers. Objective: Provide the reader with the basic information needed to understand the process and some tools that help authors and reviewers to improve the process and quality of the items. Method: Review the most relevant documents on the EP. Results: The research report must meet quality, formal, ethical and legal requirements. We review some tools to help them meet those requirements during EP. Checklists used are shown. Conclusions: The EP includes management processes and subprocesses which must be documented. The participants involved must submit to rules that help in managing processes. Checklists are tools that help agents to design, develop, review, edit and interpret research reports during the EP

Topics: E. Publishing and legal issues.
Publisher: Sociedad Otorrinolaringológica de Castilla y León, Cantabria y La Rioja
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.rclis.org:19290
Provided by: E-LIS repository

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