Vietnamese Regional Chapter
The aims and objectives of the Vietnamese chapter of EASE are:
- To promote the internationalization of science editing activity in Vietnam.
- To improve scientific publishing and editing standards for domestic platforms.
The SciComm system at https://sc.sshpa.com is the key interface for the EASE Vietnam Chapter, which enables the communication and exchange of resources for academic authors, editors, publishers and the Association.
Planned activities in 2021
- To provide resources and facilitate discussions regarding enhancing academic standards for publishing and editing
- To advocate quality and idea exchange for the betterment of academic discussions and proliferation of knowledge
- To promote evidence-based policymaking through the means of quality publishing and editing
- To raise awareness of science editing’s international standards through distributing EASE’s publications and tools.
25th December 2020 – Seminar on Research Outputs in Social Sciences and Humanities of Vietnam from Scopus database: Overview and Implication: https://edlabasia.org/news/hoi-thao-ket-qua-cong-bo-thuoc-linh-vuc-khoa-hoc-xa-hoi-va-nhan-van-tren-danh-muc-scopus-cua-viet-nam-tong-quan-va-ham-y/
18th December 2020 – Translation of the Quick Check Table for Submissions for the ‘Help researchers save time’ campaign: https://ease.org.uk/publications/ease-statements-resources/quick-check-table-for-submissions/
21st November 2020 – Article by Quan Hoang Vuong and Hiep-Hung Pham to introduce the book titled “The Vietnamese Social Sciences at a Fork in the Road”: https://www.universityworldnews.com/post.php?story=20201118123527565
10th February 2020 – Translation of Joan Marsh Elsevier Connect article highlighting the value of EASE to the editorial community, which was published in the SciComm system of EASE Vietnam: https://sc.sshpa.com/post/5611
1st March 2019 – Vietnam Ministry of Science and Technology’s newspaper, Science and Development, introduces the Vietnam Chapter to the academic circle. http://khoahocphattrien.vn/thoi-su-trong-nuoc/hiep-hoi-bien-tap-khoa-hoc-chau-au-thanh-lap-chi-hoi-tai-viet-nam/2019030102068711p882c918.htm
Vuong QH, La VP, Ho MT, Vuong TT, Ho MT. (2020). Characteristics of retracted articles based on retraction data from online sources through February 2019. Science Editing, 7(1):34-44. https://doi.org/10.6087/kcse.187.
Vuong QH. (2020). The rise of preprints and their value in social sciences and humanities. Science Editing, 7(1):70-72.
Vuong QH. (2020). The limitations of retraction notices and the heroic acts of authors who correct the scholarly record: an analysis of retractions of papers published from 1975-2019. Learned Publishing 33(2):119-130; doi:10.1002/LEAP.1282.
Vuong QH. (2020). Plan S, self-publishing, and addressing unreasonable risks of society publishing. Learned Publishing 33(1):64-68; doi:10.1002/leap.1274.
Vuong QH. (2020). Reform retractions to make them more transparent. Nature 582(7811):149. doi:10.1038/d4158
Vuong QH, Ho MT. (2020). Rethinking editorial management and productivity in the COVID-19 pandemic. European Science Editing, 46:e56541. DOI:10.3897/ese.2020.e56541
Vuong QH (2019). The harsh world of publishing in emerging regions and implications for editors and publishers: The case of Vietnam. Learned Publishing 32(4), 314-324; DOI: 10.1002/LEAP.1255.6-020-01694-x
Vuong QH, Ho MT. (2019). The values and challenges of ‘openness’ in addressing the reproducibility crisis and regaining public trust in social sciences and humanities. European Science Editing, 45(1): 14-17, DOI: https://doi.org/10.20316/ESE.2019.45.17021.
Vuong QH (2018). “How did researchers get it so wrong?” The acute problem of plagiarism in Vietnamese social sciences and humanities. European Science Editing; 44(3):56-58; DOI: https://doi.org/10.20316/ese.2018.44.18003.
Vuong QH (2017). Open data, open review and open dialogue in making social sciences plausible. Nature: Scientific Data Updates 2017 (December 12). URL: <http://blogs.nature.com/scientificdata/2017/12/12/authors-corner-open-data-open-review-and-open-dialogue-in-making-social-sciences-plausible/>