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Lima; Perú. Ministerio de Salud. Oficina General de Tecnologías de la Información. Oficina de Gestión de la Información; 2 ed; Set. 2022. 11 p. ilus.
Monography in Spanish | LILACS, LIPECS, MINSAPERÚ | ID: biblio-1392790

ABSTRACT

El documento normativo, establece disposiciones técnicas y operativas para la estandarización y regulación de datos de créditos de las publicaciones; para el ordenamiento de la estructura interna; para el uso adecuado de números normalizados o códigos internacionales ISBN, ISSN; así como, para el cumplimiento del registro nacional del material bibliográfico y publicaciones seriadas y periódicas; y de las respectivas entrega a la Biblioteca Institucional MINSA y a la Biblioteca Nacional del Perú. Las publicaciones del Ministerio de Salud, como bienes públicos de producción y edición, contienen valiosa información normativa y técnica en salud, formulada y difundida permanentemente en los planes, normas técnicas, directivas, guías, manuales, protocolos, documentos de política, análisis situacional, compendios estadísticos; entre otros instrumentos asistencias, sanitarios y administrativos, impresos o grabados


Subject(s)
Publications , Publishing , Serial Publications , Editorial Policies , Scientific and Technical Publications
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J Am Vet Med Assoc ; 260(10): 1106, 2022 06 25.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35943945
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Clin Exp Optom ; 105(6): 561, 2022 08.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35912953
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J Med Internet Res ; 24(8): e37594, 2022 Aug 31.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36044262

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND: Publishing identifiable patient data in scientific journals may jeopardize patient privacy and confidentiality if best ethical practices are not followed. Current journal practices show considerable diversity in the publication of identifiable patient photographs, and different stakeholders may have different opinions of and practices in publishing patient photographs. OBJECTIVE: This scoping review aimed to identify existing evidence and map knowledge gaps in medical research on the policies and practices of publishing identifiable photographs in scientific articles. METHODS: We performed a comprehensive search of the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, CINAHL with Full Text, Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects, Ovid MEDLINE, and Scopus. The Open Science Framework, PROSPERO, BASE, Google Scholar, OpenGrey, ClinicalTrials.gov, the Campbell Collaboration Library, and Science.gov were also searched. RESULTS: After screening the initial 15,949 titles and abstracts, 98 (0.61%) publications were assessed for eligibility at the full-text level, and 30 (0.19%) publications were included in this review. The studies were published between 1994 and 2020; most had a cross-sectional design and were published in journals covering different medical disciplines. We identified 3 main topics. The first included ethical aspects of the use of facial photographs in publications. In different clinical settings, the consent process was not conducted properly, and health professionals did not recognize the importance of obtaining written patient consent for taking and using patient medical photographs. They often considered verbal consent sufficient or even used the photographs without consent. The second topic included studies that investigated the practices and use of medical photography in publishing. Both patients and doctors asked for confidential storage and maintenance of medical photographs. Patients preferred to be photographed by their physicians using an institutional camera and preferred nonidentifiable medical photographs not only for publication but also in general. Conventional methods of deidentification of facial photographs concealing the eye area were recognized as unsuccessful in protecting patient privacy. The third topic emerged from studies investigating medical photography in journal articles. These studies showed great diversity in publishing practices regarding consent for publication of medical photographs. Journal policies regarding the consent process and consent forms were insufficient, and existing ethical professional guidelines were not fully implemented in actual practices. Patients' photographs from open-access medical journals were found on public web-based platforms. CONCLUSIONS: This scoping review showed a diversity of practices in publishing identifiable patient photographs and an unsatisfactory level of knowledge of this issue among different stakeholders despite existing standards. Emerging issues include the availability of patients' photographs from open-access journals or preprints in the digital environment. There is a need to improve standards and processes to obtain proper consent to fully protect the privacy of patients in published articles.


Subject(s)
Informed Consent , Periodicals as Topic , Cross-Sectional Studies , Humans , Policy , Publishing , Systematic Reviews as Topic
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Hypertens Res ; 45(8): 1276-1297, 2022 08.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35790879

ABSTRACT

In 2021, 217 excellent manuscripts were published in Hypertension Research. Editorial teams greatly appreciate the authors' contribution to hypertension research progress. Here, our editorial members have summarized twelve topics from published work and discussed current topics in depth. We hope you enjoy our special feature, "Update on Hypertension Research in 2021".


Subject(s)
Editorial Policies , Hypertension , Humans , Hypertension/drug therapy
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Biomedica ; 42(2): 355-363, 2022 06 01.
Article in English, Spanish | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35867927

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Introduction: Female participation in the field of medicine and research has increased in recent years; however, there are still inequities in the proportion of men and women in medical leadership, especially in management positions and editorial committees of scientific journals. Objective: To identify female participation in the editorial committees of medical journals in Latin America and explore the association with editorial positions and impact indicators. Materials and methods: We conducted a descriptive bibliometric study to determine female participation in the editorial committees of medical & journals in Latin America. We included 113 medical journals published in Latin America and indexed in Scopus, updated and current in 2020, selected from the Scimago Journal Country Rank portal. The gender of editorial committee members was identified on the web pages of each magazine. Results: Regarding editorial leadership in the 113 journals included, women represented 12.9% of 264 members; as for the functions within the editorial committee, of 1,449 members, 28.9% were women while in advisory committees, of 4,575 members 19.0% were women. The presence of women in editorial committees was higher in journals from Chile, Brazil, and Venezuela in specialties such as public health, pediatrics, and anesthesiology. Conclusions: Female participation in the editorial committees of medical journals in Latin America is low.


Introducción. La participación femenina en el campo de la medicina y la investigación se ha incrementado en los últimos años; sin embargo, aún existen inequidades en la proporción de hombres y mujeres, especialmente en los cargos directivos y la participación en los comités editoriales de revistas científicas. Objetivo. Establecer la participación femenina en los comités editoriales de revistas médicas en Latinoamérica, y explorar su asociación con los cargos editoriales y los indicadores de impacto. Materiales y métodos. Se hizo un estudio descriptivo de tipo bibliométrico de revistas médicas de Latinoamérica indizadas en Scopus, actualizadas y vigentes en el 2020, las cuales se seleccionaron del portal de Scimago & Journal Country Rank. Los equipos editoriales se categorizaron en tres grupos según sus funciones y, posteriormente, se registró el sexo de sus miembros a partir de sus nombres. Resultados. Se incluyeron 113 revistas. En cuanto al liderazgo editorial, entre los 264 directores de comités editoriales, las mujeres representaban el 12,9 %. En lo concerniente a las diferentes funciones, de 1.449 miembros, las mujeres eran el 28,9 %, en tanto que, de los 4.575 miembros de comités consultivos, el 19,0 % correspondía a mujeres. Se observó una mayor presencia de mujeres en los comités editoriales de revistas de Chile, Brasil y Venezuela, y en las especialidades de salud pública, pediatría y anestesiología. Conclusiones. La participación femenina en los comités editoriales de revistas médicas de Latinoamérica es escasa.


Subject(s)
Advisory Committees , Biomedical Research , Editorial Policies , Periodicals as Topic , Women , Advisory Committees/organization & administration , Female , Humans , Latin America , Male , Sexism/statistics & numerical data
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J Pain ; 23(7): 1097-1098, 2022 07.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35803694

Subject(s)
Editorial Policies , Goals , Humans , Pain
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J Vis Commun Med ; 45(3): 133, 2022 07.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35881082

Subject(s)
Editorial Policies
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Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol ; 45(9): 1235, 2022 Sep.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35879420
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J Am Heart Assoc ; 11(14): e020913, 2022 07 19.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35861810
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Immunology ; 166(3): 267, 2022 07.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35727230

Subject(s)
Editorial Policies
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