Media collection about conflicts of interest in systematic reviews of neuraminidase inhibitors

As usual, I'm keeping a record of major stories in the media related to a recently published paper. I will continue to update this post to reflect the media response to our article in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Michael McCarthy from the BMJ covered the research, including asking extra questions. Melissa Davey from Guardian covered … Continue reading Media collection about conflicts of interest in systematic reviews of neuraminidase inhibitors

How to do work-life balance: learn to say “no”

I wrote a piece for the Guardian's Higher Education Network, all about the power of "no". The piece was designed particularly with early-career researchers in mind, but there might be some resonance for researchers at other stages of their careers, and maybe even more widely.I always struggle with turning down requests, which tends to make … Continue reading How to do work-life balance: learn to say “no”

On open access – practical issues

Upulie Divisekera, prolific tweeter and all-around awesome scientist, wanted to write a thing about open access and was nice enough to ask me for some help. The result, which you can find on Crikey and read for free, captures the costs of publishing and the avenues through which journal publishers make obscene operating profits. Long story … Continue reading On open access – practical issues