Note: This is one of the most fantastically over-priced conferences I have ever seen announced! Who is really expected to attend?! Do exclusive conferences have to be expensive?
Peter (Admin., Research Co-op)
Registration is now open for the Seventh International Congress on Peer Review and Biomedical Publication!
On behalf of JAMA and the BMJ , we invite you to join us in Chicago for the Seventh International Congress on Peer Review and Biomedical Publication. We have been planning this Congress for the last 4 years, and we are delighted at the amount of interest it has generated.
Why Attend? The goals of the Congress are to present new research into peer review and the other processes used to evaluate and disseminate medical and scientific information, and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of biomedical communications worldwide.
Who Should Attend? Editors and publishers of biomedical and scientific peer-reviewed journals, researchers, funders, biomedical informatics experts, information innovators, librarians, biomedical writers, journalists, policymakers, ethicists, information disseminators, and anyone else interested in the progress of the biomedical/scientific information enterprise and the quality of biomedical/scientific information.
Early Registration Rate Available Until July 1 !
Registration Rates: Early registration (before July 1 ): $575 Regular registration (after July 1 ): $675 One-day registration: $250
Registration includes the complete 3-day program and welcome reception, as well as a continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshment breaks each day.
We look forward to seeing you in Chicago in September.
Drummond Rennie, Congress Director Annette Flanagin, Congress Coordinator Fiona Godlee, European Director Trish Groves, European Coordinator