ESE Author Q&A: Lisa Colledge

New on the EASE Blog - a fascinating addition to my European Science Editing author Q&A series. Lisa Colledge, Director of Research Metrics at Elsevier, expands on her 'Basket of Metrics' article, published in the August 2015 issue of ESE. She gives us some very detailed behind-the-scenes insights into the work she performs at Elsevier, how metrics can be used in research and publishing assessment, and the collaborative projects she has been involved in. "We have developed, through our community engagements, the “2 Golden Rules” to making research metrics usable: Golden Rule 1 is to always use quantitative metric-based input alongside qualitative opinion-based input, and Golden Rule 2 is

ESE Author Q&A: Professor Rajshekhar Bipeta

The second interview in my ESE Author Q&A series was recently published on the ESE-Bookshelf blog. I talked to clinical psychiatrist Prof. Rajshekhar Bipeta about his 'Medical Editing in India' paper, that was published in European Science Editing 41(3). "Most of the research in the field of so-called ‘internet addiction’ has been done by non-medical people, especially non-mental health professionals. I consider this the fallacy of internet addiction research. To say that an entity is a disorder, the research should be done by experts and professionals in that field. I encourage readers to go through my editorial: BipetaR. Mental health research is not just administering rating scales. AP J

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