Senior Assistant Editor, The Lancet GroupUnited Kingdom
Online journals and publications are now commonplace and copying and downloading images for reuse has become easy, especially in the era of Open Access, which carries the risk of unknowingly breaching copyright. Permission to reproduce published artwork usually needs to be sought from the original publisher or creator, requiring publishing teams to be informed on this process. At The Lancet we have developed a streamlined workflow to guide our teams on artwork permission processes, which we will be talking through in this presentation, covering initial artwork checks, author queries, and types of permission needed for different scenarios of image reproduction.
This session will be of interest to manuscript and journal editors, production teams, administrative teams and all roles involved in handling artwork before publication.
This session in full
Session 8 – Post-acceptance manuscript editing
8.1 Checking the quality of copy editing without actually reading – Yateendra Joshi, Freelancer, EASE Council (more details)
8.2 Introducing the SAGER Checklist – Yaiza del Pozo Martin and Heather van Epps, The Lancet Group (more details)
8.3 Artistic licence: artwork permission practices at The Lancet group – Danielle Gash and Chris Wortley, The Lancet Group (more details)
8.4 Going beyond English at The Lancet – Zoë Mullan, The Lancet Global Health (more details)
8.5 Maintaining scientific integrity: corrections and best practices at The Lancet Group – Ashley Cooper and Jess Dwyer, The Lancet Group (more details)
8.6 Transparency for retractions – Evelyne Decullier, Hospices Civils de Lyon (more details)