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Wiley and American College of Clinical Pharmacy partner to launch JACCP: Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy
- 25 Jan 2018

Publisher John Wiley and Sons Inc., in partnership with The American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), have launched the College's second official journal, JACCP: Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (JACCP), with its first online issue to publish in time for the ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in Seattle, Washington, October 20-23, 2018.

JACCP will complement ACCP's flagship journal, Pharmacotherapy through publication of papers across the spectrum of clinical pharmacy practice. The new journal will serve as a forum for discussions of clinical pharmacy practice research, education, and training. In addition, JACCP will publish official ACCP position and policy papers and Board of Pharmacy Specialties recertification modules.

Dr. Jerry Bauman, FCCP, FACC Dean Emeritus and Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy will serve as the JACCP's first Editor-in-Chief. Dr. Bauman will lead an esteemed Editorial Board in rigorous peer review of submissions to JACCP.

The Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy will be online only and available to ACCP members as a membership benefit, and to institutions through a subscription.

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ACCUCOMS' Aggregagent to include MIT Sloan Management Review
- 24 Jan 2018

MIT Sloan Management Review has expanded its current relationship with ACCUCOMS to now also participate in AggregagentTM. Multiple subject collections of Aggregagent will include this highly regarded title.

MIT Sloan Management Review bridges the gap between academic research and daily practice and keeps readers in tune with management trends and innovations. Articles in the review cover a wide range of topics relevant to management with a focus on areas such as Data&Analytics, Digital, Global, Innovation, Leadership, Marketing, Operations, Social Business, Strategies and Sustainability.

ACCUCOMS and MIT Sloan Management Review already had a representation agreement in multiple regions across the world. With the inclusion of MIT Sloan Management Review in Aggregagent, ACCUCOMS can offer content of 19 publishers to libraries and consortia via Aggregagent. The collections now include 435 titles, publishing over 22,000 articles annually. With the rapidly increasing amount of content, Aggregagent will soon be comparable to big deals from major publishers.

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The Wyanoke Group acquires annual meeting 'Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is' from Dr. Robert Osher
- 23 Jan 2018

The Wyanoke Group, parent company of Ocular Surgery News publisher SLACK Incorporated, has acquired 'Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is', from Dr. Robert Osher, the meeting's founder and Program Director.

Dr. Osher announced the agreement from the podium Friday during a meeting in Amelia Island, Florida. The agreement is effective with the 2019 meeting. Osher will remain Program Director, while Ocular Surgery News Chief Medical Editor Dr. Richard L. Lindstrom, will join the meeting Program Committee. The meeting will remain in Florida but will not overlap with the Hawaiian Eye meeting. The 2019 final dates and location will be announced shortly.

Osher created the meeting in 2010 and has seen it grow in attendance, support and reputation since then. The meeting gets its title from Osher's penchant for delivering excellent and direct clinical education to attendees on surgical technique and technology, therapeutics and medical practice in a no holds barred manner. This year's meeting attracted more than 550 ophthalmologists and 100 exhibiting companies.

The Wyanoke Group includes SLACK Incorporated, Vindico Medical Education, Association and Meeting Solutions (AMS) and SLACK Events. SLACK Events will be the meeting organiser and provide content services. AMS will provide the meeting and exhibit management services for the meeting. Ocular Surgery News will serve as the official media partner. 'Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is' joins Hawaiian Eye, Retina 2019, Kiawah Eye, OSN Italy and OSN New York in ophthalmic meetings offered by Wyanoke Group companies.

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SAE International in deal with International Civil Aviation Organization to share technical information
- 23 Jan 2018

SAE International and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have committed to an even closer partnership through the signing of an updated memorandum of understanding (MoU). This agreement, signed on December 12, 2017, by SAE International Director, Aerospace Standards David Alexander and ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu, will help to increase overall safety, sustainability and efficiency for the aviation industry through the greater collaboration between ICAO and the aviation industry standardisation bodies, including SAE International, ARINC IA - an SAE ITC program, EUROCAE, and RTCA.

This landmark agreement is the product of several years of increased collaboration and partnership. SAE and ICAO first signed an MoU in 2009, updated in 2015, to provide for the use of SAE standards to support ICAO activities and materials. ICAO is an important and increasingly proactive partner with industry and aviation authorities in developing technical standards. SAE International was honoured in 2016 to be named as an official organisation to participate in ICAO meetings, and work is ongoing in the development of a new SAE standard, AS6413, establishing technical requirements for the packaging performance of lithium batteries transported as cargo on aircraft as requested by ICAO in 2015. This updated agreement makes yet greater provision for the mutual use of SAE International and ICAO materials in supporting aviation safety, operations and environmental protection.

SAE International's Aerospace Standards repository includes nearly 8,500 documents. Its 350 committees comprise 10,000 experts from 56 countries. They represent industry (airframers, suppliers, operators, MROs), regulatory authorities, military agencies, researchers, and consultants. Document development serves the full spectrum of aerospace businesses in both the commercial and military sectors thereby meeting the engineering, advanced technology, safety, regulatory, and defence needs of a world market.

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Pensoft integrates its journals with Catalogue of Life
- 22 Jan 2018

Scholarly publisher Pensoft has implemented a new integration with the global organisation Catalogue of Life (CoL), so that it joins in the effort to encourage authors publishing global taxonomic review in any of the publisher's journals to upload their taxonomic contributions to the database.

Whenever authors submit a manuscript containing a world revision or checklist of a taxon to a Pensoft journal, they are offered the possibility to upload their datasets in CoL-compliant format, so that they can contribute to CoL, gain more visibility and credit for their work, and support future research and conservation initiatives.

Once the authors upload the dataset, Pensoft will automatically notify CoL about the new contribution, so that the organisation can further process the knowledge and contact the authors, if necessary.

In addition, CoL will also consider for indexing global taxonomic checklists, which have already been published by Pensoft.

It is noteworthy to mention that unlike an automated search engine, CoL does not simply gather the uploaded data and store them. All databases in CoL are thoroughly reviewed by experts in the relevant field and comply with a set of explicit instructions.

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