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Evaluación del grado de ajuste de las revistas científicas españolas de ciencias de la salud a las normas internacionales de presentación de publicaciones periódicas/ Assesing compliance of Spanish scientific biomedical journals to international standards for the presentation of periodicals

López-Cózar, Emilio Delgado
1997-11-01

Resumen en español FUNDAMENTO: Se evalúa el cumplimiento, por parte de 205 revistas científicas españolas de ciencias de la salud, de las normas internacionales de presentación de publicaciones periódicas, con el fin de mejorar su calidad informativa, puesto que la normalización constituye un elemento importante en el éxito del proceso de transferencia de la información científica. MÉTODOS: Las revistas se identificaron a través de cinco bibliografías impresas y cuatro bases de (mas) datos bibliográficas. Se controlaron 136 preceptos extraídos de las normas internacionales de presentación de publicaciones periódicas emitidas por la International Standardization Organization (86%) y de recomendaciones generadas por la UNESCO, el International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, el Council of Biology Editors y EJ Huth (14%). Para cada parámetro se valoraron tres niveles de evaluación (Inclusión, Presentación y Ubicación), por lo que el número total de ítemes evaluados fue de 342. RESULTADOS: El grado de normalización de las revistas biomédicas españolas estudiadas fue del 33,5% ± 8,5. Destacan por su buen ajuste los parámetros referidos a la identificación de la revista en las páginas del texto y al sumario del fascículo. Los aspectos más descuidados se concentran en el volumen y sumario analítico. Las revistas peor normalizadas son las auspiciadas por empresas y organismos de gestión. Las revistas anuales son las mejor estandarizadas. CONCLUSIONES: El bajo nivel de normalización que resulta no se debe a un deficiente cumplimiento generalizado de todos los parámetros sino más bien al incumplimiento completo de algunos de los mismos, en concreto: las normas que regulan el sumario analítico y la cubierta, sumario e índices de volumen. Para conseguir una mayor normalización de las revistas se propone un cambio en la política de difusión de las normas, la elaboración de guías y manuales para la confección de publicaciones científicas y el desarrollo de programas docentes con vistas a la educación de autores, directores, editores, bibliotecarios y documentalistas. Resumen en inglés BACKGROUND: Because standardization is important to ensure the successful transfer of scientific information, compliance with international standards for the presentation of periodicals in 205 Spanish biomedical journals, with the aim of improving their quality as instruments of information transfer, is evaluated. METHODS: Journals were identified by consulting five printed bibliographies and four electronic databases. A total of 136 parameters of evaluation for the prese (mas) ntation of periodicals derived from ISO (International Standardization Organization) standards (86%) and recomendations published by UNESCO, the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, The Council of Biology Editors, and EJ Huth (14%) were evaluated. Three features (inclusion, presentation and location) were recorded for most data item, and the total number of items studied was 342. RESULTS: The rate of compliance with standards in Spanish biomedical journals was 33.5% ± 8,5 (DE). Compliance was highest for items related with the identification of the journal in the text pages and the issue contents list. The lowest rates of compliance were found for items related the volume and the abstract sheet. The worst standardized journals were those published by private firms and public administration organizations. As a group, journals published annually were the best standardized. CONCLUSIONS: The low rate of compliance with standards did not reflect inadequate compliance with all items, but was rather the result of complete noncompliance with particular standards, especially those relating to the abstract sheet, volume front cover, volume contents list and volume index. To improve compliance a change in the policies governing the availability of standards, the preparation of guides and manuals for scientific periodical publishing, and the development of training programs aimed at authors, editors, publishers, librarians and information scientists, is suggested.

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Evaluación del grado de ajuste de las revistas científicas españolas de ciencias de la salud a las normas internacionales de presentación de publicaciones periódicas/ Assesing compliance of Spanish scientific biomedical journals to international standards for the presentation of periodicals

López-Cózar, Emilio Delgado
1997-11-01

Resumen en español FUNDAMENTO: Se evalúa el cumplimiento, por parte de 205 revistas científicas españolas de ciencias de la salud, de las normas internacionales de presentación de publicaciones periódicas, con el fin de mejorar su calidad informativa, puesto que la normalización constituye un elemento importante en el éxito del proceso de transferencia de la información científica. MÉTODOS: Las revistas se identificaron a través de cinco bibliografías impresas y cuatro bases de (mas) datos bibliográficas. Se controlaron 136 preceptos extraídos de las normas internacionales de presentación de publicaciones periódicas emitidas por la International Standardization Organization (86%) y de recomendaciones generadas por la UNESCO, el International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, el Council of Biology Editors y EJ Huth (14%). Para cada parámetro se valoraron tres niveles de evaluación (Inclusión, Presentación y Ubicación), por lo que el número total de ítemes evaluados fue de 342. RESULTADOS: El grado de normalización de las revistas biomédicas españolas estudiadas fue del 33,5% ± 8,5. Destacan por su buen ajuste los parámetros referidos a la identificación de la revista en las páginas del texto y al sumario del fascículo. Los aspectos más descuidados se concentran en el volumen y sumario analítico. Las revistas peor normalizadas son las auspiciadas por empresas y organismos de gestión. Las revistas anuales son las mejor estandarizadas. CONCLUSIONES: El bajo nivel de normalización que resulta no se debe a un deficiente cumplimiento generalizado de todos los parámetros sino más bien al incumplimiento completo de algunos de los mismos, en concreto: las normas que regulan el sumario analítico y la cubierta, sumario e índices de volumen. Para conseguir una mayor normalización de las revistas se propone un cambio en la política de difusión de las normas, la elaboración de guías y manuales para la confección de publicaciones científicas y el desarrollo de programas docentes con vistas a la educación de autores, directores, editores, bibliotecarios y documentalistas. Resumen en inglés BACKGROUND: Because standardization is important to ensure the successful transfer of scientific information, compliance with international standards for the presentation of periodicals in 205 Spanish biomedical journals, with the aim of improving their quality as instruments of information transfer, is evaluated. METHODS: Journals were identified by consulting five printed bibliographies and four electronic databases. A total of 136 parameters of evaluation for the prese (mas) ntation of periodicals derived from ISO (International Standardization Organization) standards (86%) and recomendations published by UNESCO, the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, The Council of Biology Editors, and EJ Huth (14%) were evaluated. Three features (inclusion, presentation and location) were recorded for most data item, and the total number of items studied was 342. RESULTS: The rate of compliance with standards in Spanish biomedical journals was 33.5% ± 8,5 (DE). Compliance was highest for items related with the identification of the journal in the text pages and the issue contents list. The lowest rates of compliance were found for items related the volume and the abstract sheet. The worst standardized journals were those published by private firms and public administration organizations. As a group, journals published annually were the best standardized. CONCLUSIONS: The low rate of compliance with standards did not reflect inadequate compliance with all items, but was rather the result of complete noncompliance with particular standards, especially those relating to the abstract sheet, volume front cover, volume contents list and volume index. To improve compliance a change in the policies governing the availability of standards, the preparation of guides and manuals for scientific periodical publishing, and the development of training programs aimed at authors, editors, publishers, librarians and information scientists, is suggested.

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Minería de textos: una herramienta útil para mejorar la gestión del bibliotecario en el entorno digital/ Text mining: A useful tool to improve library management in the digital environment

Botta-Ferret, Eleazar; Cabrera-Gato, Jania E
2007-10-01

Resumen en español En la etapa actual de desarrollo de la humanidad, la explosión, asimilación y utilización intensiva del conocimiento ha conducido a lo que se ha denominado Sociedad del conocimiento, en la que la gestión de la información, la documentación y el conocimiento se perfila como un componente estratégico de primer orden. Se han abierto los horizontes hacia otras profesiones que están llamadas a cooperar con los profesionales de la información: diseñadores de sistemas, (mas) proveedores de datos, editores, vendedores, archivistas, ingenieros y especialistas en codificación de texto electrónico, cuyas opiniones y experiencias permitan desarrollar las interfaces correspondientes para facilitar la localización, manipulación, recuperación y uso de la información digital. Se han creado nuevas herramientas para facilitar el acceso al cúmulo de información que se genera diariamente. Una de las más utilizadas a nivel organizacional es la minería de texto (Text Mining) que ofrece a la organización la posibilidad de explorar grandes cantidades de textos, no organizados en forma de datos, establecer patrones y extraer conocimientos útiles. Resumen en inglés In the current stage of human development, the boom, assimilation and intensive use of knowledge has led to what we know as Knowledge Society, in which information management, documentation and knowledge are considered as vital strategic components. The horizons have been widened towards other jobs summoned to cooperate with information professionals: system designers, data providers, editors, salespersons, archivists, technicians, engineers and electronic text codificati (mas) on specialists, whose opinions and experiences make possible the localization, management, retrieval and use of digital information. New tools have been created to make easier the access to the great amount of knowledge generated daily. One of the most used is Text Mining, which allows the different organizations to explore a great number of texts that are not organized in data form, as well as to establish patterns and to extract useful knowledge.

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Pascual Coña: Testimonios de sobrevivientes

FOOTE, SUSAN ADELE
2005-01-01

Resumen en español El proceso de construcción de los significados de un texto puede ser observado en los conceptos paratextuales de "autor", "título" y "prólogo". Que un libro como Lonco Pascual Coña ñi tuculpazugun Testimonio de un cacique mapuche haya cambiado de autor, título y editor de una edición a otra, y que se haya agregado un nuevo prólogo interpretativo, es una reivindicación exigida por las voces mapuches del texto. Cualquier intento por parte de los antiguos prologuist (mas) as de "reducir" el texto a un discurso "civilizatorio" o a transformar el hombre mapuche en un "ciudadano útil" no ha sido suficiente para cancelar la intensidad de las voces signadas por la resistencia cultural y la sobrevivencia Resumen en inglés The process of the construction of meaning in a text can be observed in paratextual concepts such as "author", "title" and "prologue". The fact that, over time, a book like Lonco Pascual Coña ñi tuculpazugun Testimonio de un cacique mapuche has suffered changes in the assignment of authorship, title and editors from one edition to the next and that new, interpretative prologues have been added, is a vindication demanded by the mapuche voices of the text. All efforts on (mas) the part of the non-mapuche authors of the original prologues to "reduce" or "limit" the text to a "civilizatory" discourse or to transform the mapuche into a "useful citizen" in eurocentric terms have not been sufficient to cancel the intensity of those mapuche voices marked by cultural resistance and survival

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Ética de las publicaciones en revistas médicas/ Ethics in articles published in medical journals

Reyes B, Humberto; Palma H, Joaquín; Andresen H, Max
2007-04-01

Resumen en inglés Authors of clinical articles have similar motivations and rules than authors in other scientific fields. In addition, medical research must obey specific ethical rules that apply to studies involving human subjects, including biological samples, tissues, cellular or sub cellular samples obtained from them. When submitting their reports for publication, authors must declare that they have followed such ethical rules and also should declare any possible conflict of interest (mas) that may have arisen. External peer reviewers and the editors should also conform to limitations by eventual conflicts of interest. Authors should respect specific ethical norms that apply to the process of submitting, publishing and reproducing their manuscripts. In recent years, the editors of Revista Médica de Chile have become aware of five instances of misconduct committed by authors of articles submitted or already published. Four correspond to redundant publications and one exhibits overt plagiarism in the text and syntax. Appropriate actions have been taken following recommendations published by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, the World Association of Medical Editors and other groups. The present article stresses that authors and their sponsoring institutions must be aware of the importance of following ethical rules when reporting scientific work

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Nuevas fuentes naturales de sapogeninas esteroidales XVI. Abamagenina, una nueva sapogenina espirostánica de la Sansevieria trifasciata Prain

González, Antonio G.; Freire, Raimundo; García-Estrada, M. G.; Salazar, José A.; Suárez, Ernesto
1972-01-01

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Modelling bilingualism in language competition: the effects of complex social structure

Castelló, Xavier; Toivonen, Riitta; Eguíluz, Víctor M.; San Miguel, Maxi
2007-09-15

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

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La importancia de declarar un conflicto de intereses en las revistas médicas/ The relevance of declaring a conflict of interest in medical journals

Reyes B, Humberto; Palma H, Joaquín; Andresen H, Max
2003-01-01

Resumen en inglés Medical journals are often at risk of difussing research articles, reviews, position articles, editorials or letters whose message has been influenced by a conflict of interest. The readers may then be induced to accept conclusions and recommendations based on biassed protocols or an unwarranted interpretation of the results. Financial support or professional links with pharmaceutical companies or other supporting agencies are the most common sources of conflict of intere (mas) sts, often difficult to detect. Similarly, reviews of manuscripts can be biassed by personal relationships (good or bad) between reviewers and authors, by academic competition or intellectual passion, becoming other sources of conflict of interest. Even when a potential conflict of interest exists, it may not necessarily have influenced the manuscript or its review but in order to defend the transparency of the editorial process, from submission to publication, authors, reviewers and editors should declare any conflict of interest they may have and allow others to decide whether the action has been biassed or not. In the present issue of Revista Médica de Chile, an updated text of the Instructions to Authors establishes that all authors should sign a statement of having or not a conflict of interest, clarifying which aspects of the work might have been affected by it (Rev Med Chile 2003; 131: 7-9)

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Information feedback and mass media effects in cultural dynamics

González-Avella, Juan Carlos; Cosenza, Mario G.; Klemm, Konstantin; Eguíluz, Víctor M.; San Miguel, Maxi
2007-09-15

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

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Evolution and biogeography of Centaurea section Acrocentron inferred from nuclear and plastid DNA sequence analyses

Font, Mónica; Garcia-Jacas, Núria; Vilatersana, Roser; Roquet, Cristina; Susanna de la Serna, Alfonso
2009-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

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El plagio en publicaciones científicas/ Plagiarism in scientific publications

Reyes B, Humberto
2009-01-01

Resumen en inglés Similar to what occurs in ¡iterature, art and other human endeavours, every scientific repon is based in previous work done by others. The new paper should add something original but a basic law of scientific honesty demands that any mention oíideas, observations or thinking that has been previously proposed or published by others, should be acknowledgedproperly in the text andin the references. Plagiarism is identified when the authors of a scientific repon use ideas o (mas) r text that belong to others and present them as original, the previous source is concealed or it is referred to in a different context. The authors of a paper that contains plagiarism have the intention to mislead the readers, pretending to be the original authors of an idea that was expressed previously by others, or to be the owners of results shown by them. Plagiarism is a dishonest behaviour and, when discovered, may have dangerous consequences because the editors of the journal may publish a notice of retraction that will be inserted by Medline in both papers: the plagiarized and the plagiarizer, to be noticed by everyone who accesses to either of them in the Internet

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