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 1. Publishing peer review materials.
 2. Preprints and STM publishing: A New Challenge to the Editors of 
     Scientific and Medical Journals.
 3. Citation bias in imaging research: are studies with higher diagnostic 
     accuracy estimates cited more often?
 4. A Challenge for Clinical Pharmacologists: How Can We Measure 
     Scientific Impact of Publications in Drug Development and in Regulatory 
     Decision Making?
 5. Bubble effect: including internet search engines in systematic reviews 
     introduces selection bias and impedes scientific reproducibility.
 6. Use of the Internet as a source for reproductive health information 
     seeking among adolescent girls in secondary schools in Enugu, Nigeria.
 7. Surface Molecular Markers of Cancer Stem Cells: Computation Analysis 
     of Full-Text Scientific Articles.
 8. The relationships between health anxiety, online health information 
     seeking, and cyberchondria: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
 9. A cross-sectional bibliometric study showed suboptimal journal 
     endorsement rates of STROBE and its extensions.
10. Scientific communication strategies of microbiologists in the era of 
     social media.
11. Citation Network Analysis of Dental Implant Literature from 2007 to 
     2016.
12. Geographical Distribution of Biomedical Research in the USA and China.
13. Bibliometric profile of Tunisian medical publications written in 
     English and indexed in Medline.

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                                                          F1000Res. 2018 ;7 1655
 1. Publishing peer review materials.
   Beck J, Funk K, Harrison M, McEntyre J, Breen J, Collings A, Donohoe P, 
   Evans M, Flintoft L, Hamelers A, Hurst P, Lemberger T, Lin J, O'Connor N, 
   Parkin M, Parker S, Rodgers P, Skipper M, Stoner M
  Publishing peer review materials alongside research articles promises to 
  make the peer review process more transparent as well as making it easier to 
  recognise these contributions and give credit to peer reviewers. 
  Traditionally, the peer review reports, editors letters and author responses 
  are only shared between the small number of people in those roles prior to 
  publication, but there is a growing interest in making some or all of these 
  materials available. A small number of journals have been publishing peer 
  review materials for some time, others have begun this practice more 
  recently, and significantly more are now considering how they might begin. 
  This article outlines the outcomes from a recent workshop among journals 
  with experience in publishing peer review materials, in which the specific 
  operation of these workflows, and the challenges, were discussed. Here, we 
  provide a draft as to how to represent these materials in the JATS and 
  Crossref data models to facilitate the coordination and discoverability of 
  peer review materials, and seek feedback on these initial recommendations.
   Keywords: Crossref; JATS; JATS4R; peer review; scholarly publishing
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.16460.1
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30416719

                                 Arrhythm Electrophysiol Rev. 2018 Aug;7(3): 153
 2. Preprints and STM publishing: A New Challenge to the Editors of 
     Scientific and Medical Journals.
   Katritsis DG
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.15420/aer.2018.7.3.FO
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30416725

                                                        Eur Radiol. 2018 Nov 15.
 3. Citation bias in imaging research: are studies with higher diagnostic 
     accuracy estimates cited more often?
   Frank RA, Sharifabadi AD, Salameh JP, McGrath TA, Kraaijpoel N, Dang W, Li 
   N, Gauthier ID, Wu MZ, Bossuyt PM, Levine D, McInnes MDF
  OBJECTIVES: To assess the risk of citation bias in imaging diagnostic 
  accuracy research by evaluating whether studies with higher accuracy 
  estimates are cited more frequently than those with lower accuracy estimates.
   METHODS: We searched Medline for diagnostic accuracy meta-analyses published 
  in imaging journals from January 2005 to April 2016. Primary studies from 
  the meta-analyses were screened; those assessing the diagnostic accuracy of 
  an imaging test and reporting sensitivity and specificity were eligible for 
  inclusion. Studies not indexed in Web of Science, duplicates, and 
  inaccessible articles were excluded. Topic (modality/subspecialty), study 
  design, sample size, journal impact factor, publication date, times cited, 
  sensitivity, and specificity were extracted for each study. Negative 
  binomial regression was performed to evaluate the association of citation 
  rate (times cited per month since publication) with Youden's index 
  (sensitivity + specificity -1), highest sensitivity, and highest 
  specificity, controlling for the potential confounding effects of modality, 
  subspecialty, impact factor, study design, sample size, and source 
  meta-analysis.
   RESULTS: There were 1016 primary studies included. A positive association 
  between Youden's index and citation rate was present, with a regression 
  coefficient of 0.33 (p = 0.016). The regression coefficient for sensitivity 
  was 0.41 (p = 0.034), and for specificity, 0.32 (p = 0.15).
   CONCLUSION: A positive association exists between diagnostic accuracy 
  estimates and citation rates, indicating that there is evidence of citation 
  bias in imaging diagnostic accuracy literature. Overestimation of imaging 
  test accuracy may contribute to patient harm from incorrect interpretation 
  of test results.
   KEY POINTS: • Studies with higher accuracy estimates may be cited more 
  frequently than those with lower accuracy estimates. • This citation bias 
  could lead clinicians, reviews, and clinical practice guidelines to 
  overestimate the accuracy of imaging tests, contributing to patient harm 
  from incorrect interpretation of test results.
   Keywords: Bibliometrics; Diagnostic test; Publication bias; Routine; 
    Sensitivity and specificity
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00330-018-5801-8
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30443756

                                               Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2018 Nov 11.
 4. A Challenge for Clinical Pharmacologists: How Can We Measure 
     Scientific Impact of Publications in Drug Development and in Regulatory 
     Decision Making?
   Schmith VD, Reynolds KS, Brouwer KLR, Vicini P
  Many articles in clinical pharmacology may highly influence drug development 
  and regulatory decision making, far beyond the measure conveyed by the 
  Journal Impact Factor. Quantifying impact from the grey content (e.g., 
  nonpublished information) remains an evolving dilemma. A collaboration is 
  proposed with library scientists and bioinformaticians to develop methods to 
  measure the impact of grey content on drug development and regulatory 
  decision making. Mechanisms to reward this impact are discussed.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/cpt.1236
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30417325

                                   BMC Med Res Methodol. 2018 Nov 13. 18(1): 130
 5. Bubble effect: including internet search engines in systematic reviews 
     introduces selection bias and impedes scientific reproducibility.
   Ćurković M, Košec A
  BACKGROUND: Using internet search engines (such as Google search) in 
  systematic literature reviews is increasingly becoming a ubiquitous part of 
  search methodology. In order to integrate the vast quantity of available 
  knowledge, literature mostly focuses on systematic reviews, considered to be 
  principal sources of scientific evidence at all practical levels. Any 
  possible individual methodological flaws present in these systematic reviews 
  have the potential to become systemic.
   MAIN TEXT: This particular bias, that could be referred to as (re)search 
  bubble effect, is introduced because of inherent, personalized nature of 
  internet search engines that tailors results according to derived user 
  preferences based on unreproducible criteria. In other words, internet 
  search engines adjust their user's beliefs and attitudes, leading to the 
  creation of a personalized (re)search bubble, including entries that have 
  not been subjected to rigorous peer review process. The internet search 
  engine algorithms are in a state of constant flux, producing differing 
  results at any given moment, even if the query remains identical. There are 
  many more subtle ways of introducing unwanted variations and synonyms of 
  search queries that are used autonomously, detached from user insight and 
  intent. Even the most well-known and respected systematic literature reviews 
  do not seem immune to the negative implications of the search bubble effect, 
  affecting reproducibility.
   CONCLUSION: Although immensely useful and justified by the need for 
  encompassing the entirety of knowledge, the practice of including internet 
  search engines in systematic literature reviews is fundamentally 
  irreconcilable with recent emphasis on scientific reproducibility and rigor, 
  having a profound impact on the discussion of the limits of scientific 
  epistemology. Scientific research that is not reproducible, may still be 
  called science, but represents one that should be avoided. Our 
  recommendation is to use internet search engines as an additional literature 
  source, primarily in order to validate initial search strategies centered on 
  bibliographic databases.
   Keywords: Literature searches; Reporting; Research ethics; Scientific 
    rigor; Web searching
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12874-018-0599-2
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30424741

                                                Health Info Libr J. 2018 Nov 14.
 6. Use of the Internet as a source for reproductive health information 
     seeking among adolescent girls in secondary schools in Enugu, Nigeria.
   Ibegbulam IJ, Akpom CC, Enem FN, Onyam DI
  BACKGROUND: Adolescent female students should be provided opportunities to 
  access reproductive health information to navigate this period of 
  development successfully. Examining the use of the Internet for accessing 
  reproductive health information by this group will provide useful 
  information on their information needs and seeking behaviour.
   OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the use of the Internet 
  for reproductive health information among adolescent female students in 
  secondary schools in Enugu, Nigeria.
   METHOD: This descriptive study was conducted on adolescent female students 
  in six secondary schools in Enugu urban. Data were collected using a 
  self-administered questionnaire. A total of 120 adolescent female students 
  participated in the study.
   FINDINGS: The adolescent female students use the Internet to seek for 
  information on general see education (n = 120, 100%), sexual hygiene 
  (n = 71, 59%), abstinence from premarital sex (n = 68, 57%), avoidance of 
  sexual abuse (n = 67, 56%). Their preference for the Internet include its 
  privacy (n = 115, 96%) and wealth of information (n = 111, 92%).
   CONCLUSIONS: Adolescent female students use the Internet to meet their 
  reproductive health information needs. Access to the Internet should be 
  enhanced for this group.
   Keywords: Africa, west; Internet; Internet access; access to information; 
    health information needs; information need; information seeking behaviour; 
    information sources; questionnaires; women's health
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/hir.12242
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30426642

                                                 Bull Exp Biol Med. 2018 Nov 12.
 7. Surface Molecular Markers of Cancer Stem Cells: Computation Analysis 
     of Full-Text Scientific Articles.
   Suvorov RE, Kim YS, Gisina AM, Chiang JH, Yarygin KN, Lupatov AY
  The data on cancer stem cell surface molecular markers of 27 most common 
  cancer diseases were analyzed using natural language processing and data 
  mining techniques. As a source, 8933 full-text open-access English-language 
  scientific articles available on the Internet were used. Text mining was 
  based on searching for three entities within one sentence, namely a tumor 
  name, a phrase "cancer stem cells" or its synonym, and a name of 
  differentiation cluster molecule. As a result, a list of surface molecular 
  markers was formed that included markers most frequently mentioned in the 
  context of certain tumor diseases and used in studies of human and animal 
  tumor cells. Based on similarity of the associated markers, the tumors were 
  divided into five groups.
   Keywords: cancer stem cells; data mining; information extraction; natural 
    language processing; surface molecular markers
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10517-018-4302-8
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30417283

                      J Affect Disord. 2018 Nov 05. pii: S0165-0327(18)31577-5. 
 8. The relationships between health anxiety, online health information 
     seeking, and cyberchondria: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
   McMullan RD, Berle D, Arnáez S, Starcevic V
  BACKGROUND: Cyberchondria refers to an abnormal behavioral pattern in which 
  excessive or repeated online searches for health-related information are 
  distressing or anxiety-provoking. Health anxiety has been found to be 
  associated with both online health information seeking and cyberchondria. 
  The aims of the present systematic review and meta-analysis were to examine 
  the magnitude of these associations and identify any moderator variables.
   METHODS: A systematic literature search was performed across several 
  databases (PsycINFO, PubMed, Embase) and reference lists of included studies.
   RESULTS: Twenty studies were included across two independent meta-analyses, 
  with 7373 participants. Random effects meta-analyses showed that there was a 
  positive correlation between health anxiety and online health information 
  seeking [r = 0.34, 95% CI (0.20, 0.48), p < .0001], and between health 
  anxiety and cyberchondria [r = 0.62, 95% CI (0.52, 0.71), p < .0001]. A 
  meta-regression indicated that the age of study participants [Q(1) = 4.58, 
  p = .03] was partly responsible for the heterogeneity found for the 
  relationship between health anxiety and cyberchondria.
   LIMITATIONS: The generalizability and validity of our findings are 
  restricted by the methodological limitations of the primary studies, namely, 
  an over-reliance on a single measure of cyberchondria, the Cyberchondria 
  Severity Scale.
   CONCLUSIONS: Our review found a positive correlation between health anxiety 
  and online health information seeking, and between health anxiety and 
  cyberchondria. Further research should aim to explore the contexts for these 
  associations as well as address the identified limitations of the extant 
  literature.
   Keywords: Cyberchondria; Health anxiety; Internet; Meta-analysis; Online 
    seeking; Systematic review
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2018.11.037
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30419526

                     J Clin Epidemiol. 2018 Nov 10. pii: S0895-4356(18)30537-7. 
 9. A cross-sectional bibliometric study showed suboptimal journal 
     endorsement rates of STROBE and its extensions.
   Sharp MK, Tokalić R, Gómez G, Wager E, Altman DG, Hren D
  OBJECTIVE: The STrengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in 
  Epidemiology (STROBE) Statement provides guidance on reporting observational 
  studies. Many extensions have been created for specialized methods or 
  fields. We determined endorsement prevalence and typology by journals in 
  extension-related fields.
   STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING: A published protocol defined search strategies to 
  identify journals publishing observational studies (2007 - 2017) across 
  seven fields relating to STROBE extensions. We extracted text regarding 
  STROBE, 7 STROBE extensions, reporting guidelines CONSORT and PRISMA, and 
  transparent reporting documents/groups: ICMJE, COPE, and the EQUATOR 
  Network. Relationships between endorsing STROBE, endorsing other guidelines 
  and journal impact factor were tested using Chi-square and Mann-Whitney.
   RESULTS: Of 257 unique journals, 12 (5%) required STROBE on submission, 22 
  (9%) suggested use, 12 (5%) recommended a "relevant guideline", 72 (28%) 
  mentioned it indirectly (via editorial policies or ICMJE Recommendations), 
  and 139 (54%) did not mention STROBE. The relevant extension was required by 
  2 (<1%) journals; 4 (1%) suggested use. STROBE endorsement was not 
  associated with journal impact indices but was with CONSORT and PRISMA 
  endorsement.
   CONCLUSION: Reporting guideline endorsement rates are low; information is 
  vague and scattered. Unambiguous language is needed to improve adherence to 
  reporting guidelines and increase the quality of reporting.
   Keywords: STROBE; epidemiologic research design; guidelines as topic; 
    information dissemination/methods; observational studies
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2018.11.006
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30423373

                                               FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2018 Nov 12.
10. Scientific communication strategies of microbiologists in the era of 
     social media.
   Romano S, Ansorge R
  Over the last decades, the world of communication underwent drastic changes, 
  and Internet and social media emerged as essential vehicles for exchanging 
  information. Following these trends, it is important that scientists adapt 
  to changes and adopt optimal strategies to communicate with colleagues, lay 
  people, and institutions. We conducted an on-line survey to investigate the 
  communication strategies of microbiologists and their colleagues from other 
  disciplines. We collected data from 527 scholars from 57 countries, with 
  ∼42% of them being microbiologists. We focused particularly on social media 
  and found that > 80% of participants used them for work, and that ∼50% of 
  interviewed actively shared and gathered scientific contents from social 
  media. Compared to colleagues from other fields, microbiologists were less 
  averse to use social media for work and were also less accustomed to use 
  pre-prints as a source and vehicle of information. However, a large 
  proportion of microbiologists declared to have planned pre-print 
  publications in the future. Surprisingly, our data revealed that age is a 
  poor predictor of social media usage, but it is strongly associated with the 
  type of social media used, the activity undertaken on them, and the attitude 
  towards pre-print publications. Considering the kaleidoscopic variety of 
  scientific communication tools, our data might help to optimize the 
  scientific promotion strategies among microbiologists.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/femsle/fny264
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30423115

             Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2018 Nov/Dec;33(6):33(6): 1240-1246
11. Citation Network Analysis of Dental Implant Literature from 2007 to 
     2016.
   Yeung AWK, Leung WK
  PURPOSE: This bibliometric study analyzed English language dental implant 
  literature from 2007 to 2016 to evaluate and identify the terms, authors, 
  and journals concerning dental implant articles with high citation count and 
  the structure of their bibliometric networks.
   MATERIALS AND METHODS: The Web of Science database was searched to identify 
  articles on the topic of dental implants published under the Web of Science 
  category of Dentistry, Oral Surgery & Medicine from 2007 to 2016. The 
  articles were first assessed using descriptive analysis concerning the 
  authors, organizations, countries/territories, and journals. Afterward, 
  VOSviewer was used to visualize the term map, author network, and journal 
  network consisting of the most highly cited entities. CiteSpace II was used 
  with default settings to identify keywords that experienced a large increase 
  in citations received within the surveyed period of time.
   RESULTS: The citation analyses were based on 12,114 dental implant articles 
  published during the survey period. The top five highly cited terms with > 
  500 publication counts were peri-implantitis (a mean of 20.17 citations per 
  surveyed article [CPA]), survival rate (19.02 CPA), survival (18.74 CPA), 
  implant failure (16.58 CPA), and success rate (16.53 CPA). The top five 
  authors with highest average citations authored 80 papers (80/12,114 = 0.7%) 
  that received 5,962 citations (5,962/151,404 = 3.9%) among the highly cited 
  authors' network. Clinical Oral Implants Research had the largest total 
  number of citation links (19,283), and hence, was in the center of the 
  journal network, with a mean of 21.47 citations per surveyed article.
   CONCLUSION: The terms with high impact were related to implant success, 
  survival, failure, and peri-implantitis. Clinical Oral Implants Research and 
  The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants were in the 
  center of the journal citation network.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.11607/jomi.6727
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30427954

                                           WOSP 2017 (2017). 2017 Dec;2017 40-45
12. Geographical Distribution of Biomedical Research in the USA and China.
   Guan Y, Du J, Torvik VI
  We analyze nearly 20 million geocoded PubMed articles with author 
  affiliations. Using K-means clustering for the lower 48 US states and 
  mainland China, we find that the average published paper is within a 
  relatively short distance of a few centroids. These centroids have shifted 
  very little over the past 30 years, and the distribution of distances to 
  these centroids has not changed much either. The overall country centroids 
  have gradually shifted south (about 0.2° for the USA and 1.7° for China), 
  while the longitude has not moved significantly. These findings indicate 
  that there are few large scientific hubs in the USA and China and the 
  typical investigator is within geographical reach of one such hub. This sets 
  the stage to study centralization of biomedical research at national and 
  regional levels across the globe, and over time.
   Keywords: Geocoding; author affiliation; bibliographic databases; 
    clustering
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3127526.3127534
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30417178

                                              Tunis Med. 2018 Jul;96(7): 411-416
13. Bibliometric profile of Tunisian medical publications written in 
     English and indexed in Medline.
   Zemni I, Safer M, Horrigue I, Ben Abdelaziz A, Hammami S, Ben Abdelaziz A
  BACKGROUND: English is becoming nowadays the universal language of science. 
  Rresearch published in English can be considered as a bibliometric indicator 
  of the scientific productivity.
   AIM: We sought to describe the evolution of the Tunisian medical 
  publications written in English over the period from 2004 to 2014.
   METHODS: Medline's database was consulted using a research query associating 
  the names of the country and the main university cities both in French and 
  in English. The articles with a Tunisian health affiliation were retained 
  but the articles of dentistry, pharmacy and non-medical fields were not 
  included.
   RESULTS: We counted 979 English language Tunisian medical articles published 
  during the three tracer years of the study: 2004, 2009 and 2014. The 
  increase rate was about 38% between 2004 and 2014. The contribution of 
  medical fields in English language publications was important but showed a 
  clear decrease over time. The retrieved articles did not have the same 
  distribution according to the specialties and the institutions. The 
  distribution according to the journals showed that these articles were 
  mainly published by foreign journals with an increasing impact factors 
  between 2004 and 2014.
   CONCLUSION: The English language Tunisian medical productivity had shown an 
  important increase over time but many specialties and institutions still not 
  enough implicated in this production.Therefore, increasing research funding, 
  improving the physicians' research methodology and English writing 
  capacities are likely needed to improve the Tunisian medical output.
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30430484

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December 2015, Week 5
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December 2014, Week 5
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December 2013, Week 5
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December 2012, Week 5
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December 2011, Week 5
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December 2010, Week 5
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December 2009, Week 5
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December 2006, Week 5
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December 2005, Week 5
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