1 The retractions came only a few months after BioMed Central.

The companies mentioned above offering fake peer reviews all come from China and countries in Southeast Asia, & most of the authors involved in these cases result from the same areas. But it would be a mistake to look at this mainly because a Asian or Chinese problem. The nagging problem is the perverse incentive systems in scientific publishing. Provided that authors are rewarded for publishing many content articles and editors are rewarded for publishing them rapidly, new ways of gaming the traditional publication versions will be invented quicker than new control measures could be put in place.. Charlotte J. Haug, M.D., Ph.D.1 The retractions came only a few months after BioMed Central, an open-access publisher also owned by Springer, retracted 43 content for the same reason.Workshop topics consist of alarm administration, healthy work conditions, ethics and preventing healthcare-associated infections. The program includes in-depth, full-day clinical classes on neuro/trauma/stroke, sepsis, common and cardiovascular medical disorders in high acuity individuals. Nationally recognized professionals will create a collaborative learning environment in small group workshops where learners will engage with colleagues to identify and discuss practice challenges and take home lessons to share within their units. Participants could have the chance to network with co-workers and nationally recognized specialists through the preconference event and through the entire educational sessions.