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Routledge announces new publishing partnership with The Psychoanalytic Quarterly
- 25 Oct 2017

Academic publisher Taylor&Francis Group has announced a new publishing partnership with The Psychoanalytic Quarterly.

From 2018, Routledge will publish The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, the oldest free-standing psychoanalytic journal in North America. The journal is published every January, April, July, and October, with each issue containing from six to eight original articles, a section of in-depth book reviews, and book review essays. In addition, a unique series of abstracts appears frequently, summarising selected international journals. A special section of the Quarterly is devoted to the examination of clinical process from a variety of viewpoints, utilising presentations of case material.

An independent journal with a strong clinical focus, the Quarterly is not wedded to any one school of psychoanalytic thought. Its editorial goals are to encourage and publish the most rigorous original papers from North America and around the world, representing all contemporary psychoanalytic perspectives on the theories, practices, research endeavours, and applications of adult and child psychoanalysis.

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Nature Research and Roshydromet partner to improve international research impact
- 25 Oct 2017

Nature Research has announced a new partnership designed to improve the international impact of Roshydomet's scientists and journals.

Publisher of the world leading journal Nature, Nature Research will be conducting training for Roshydromet's researchers designed at improving their ability to publish in international journals and communicate their research effectively. In addition to in-person workshops run by Nature Research journal editors the training will be delivered online through the Nature Masterclass Online platform, as well as specially targeted webinars focussed on the research areas of strength for Russia's leading geoscience research organisation. Roshyrdomet's journals will also receive a boost through training for their editors that focuses on improving their processes and visibility to ensure they reach the highest standards of publishing best practice.

Improving the international visibility of Roshydromet's climate change and related hydrometeorological research and helping encourage collaborations for its scientists, particularly with the UK, is another aspect of the partnership. To this end the best research coming out of the organisation and the Roshrydromet scientists will be highlighted through Nature Research communication tools and platforms during the coming year.

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IAEA and SNMMI partner to strengthen nuclear medicine training worldwide
- 24 Oct 2017

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) signed an agreement with the U.S.-based Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) to increase training opportunities in this medical field for health professionals across the globe.

The agreement builds on a partnership between the two organisations to make more educational programmes available worldwide, particularly in the field of molecular imaging. It also foresees the development of materials for the IAEA Human Health Campus - a free online resource visited monthly by over 5,000 health professionals.

Cancer and cardiovascular conditions are the leading causes of death in the world, accounting for 26.5 million of the 56.4 million deaths recorded in 2015. Nuclear medicine is a key aspect in the management of non-communicable diseases - from early detection to monitoring a patient's response to treatment.

Advanced diagnostic techniques, such as positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT), also play a vital role in diagnosing dementia. According to the World Health Organization, dementia affects 47 million people worldwide, of which nearly 60 percent live in low- and middle-income countries. Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, and as there is no cure for the disease, only early and accurate detection can help delay its progression.

PET/CT uses small amounts of radioactive materials - radiotracers - to evaluate organ and tissue functions. By identifying changes at the molecular and cellular levels, the technique can help detect the early onset of disease before it becomes evident in other tests.

With more than 15,000 members, SNMMI is a leading organisation in the field of molecular imaging and nuclear medicine. Since the IAEA began working with the organisation in 2012, 600 people from Asia and Latin America have benefited from training opportunities in advanced diagnostic techniques, such as PET/CT.

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Routledge announces new publishing partnership with The International Journal of Psychoanalysis
- 24 Oct 2017

Academic publisher Taylor&Francis Group has announced a new publishing partnership with The International Journal of Psychoanalysis. Beginning January 2018, Taylor&Francis will publish The International Journal of Psychoanalysis and its Spanish counterpart, The International Journal of Psychoanalysis (en español), under the Routledge imprint.

These fully peer-reviewed international journals publish six times a year on psychoanalytic theory and technique, the history of psychoanalysis, clinical contributions, education and professional issues, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, interdisciplinary studies, and film essays. With a readership of over 9,000 including students, trainees, practitioners, and academics in the fields of clinical and theoretical psychoanalysis, these publications have enjoyed a key role in international psychoanalysis communication since The International Journal of Psychoanalysis's launch.

The International Journal of Psychoanalysis is the leading international vehicle for communication on psychoanalysis, with global reach and readership, publishing extensive contributions by authors throughout the world. Founded in 1920 by Ernest Jones with the collaboration of Sigmund Freud, it is the only psychoanalytic journal to accept articles in six different languages. This is made possible by an extensive network of editors and editorial board members. The journal is published in print and online six times a year.

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DOAJ and Scientific Knowledge Services partner to achieve broader support for open access to scientific literature
- 23 Oct 2017

The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) has announced the agreement with Scientific Knowledge Services (SKS) as its exclusive agent in a selection of countries from the EMEA region. Scientific Knowledge Services will be responsible for facilitating financial support to DOAJ and in this way contribute to the work of DOAJ to assess and promote quality, peer reviewed open access journals.

This agreement focuses on generating new members and sponsors for DOAJ from the EMEA countries, and includes planning, marketing, market research, supervision, training, maintenance of a customer database, record-keeping, and reporting to the DOAJ.

The selection of EMEA countries include: Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech, Egypt, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine.

Scientific Knowledge Services (SKS) is a Swiss company backed up by 20 years of experience in working with academic, public and research libraries, focusing on Open Science elements like Open Access (OA), Research Data Management (RDM) and Citizen Science, as well as licenses for online electronic resources.

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