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Member webinar – How to attempt compliance with best practice guidelines on publication ethics

Tuesday, 22 March 2022 1pm-2pm (UK time)

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Session content

In January 2020, the editorial team of Pharmactuel evaluated its journal processes for compliance regarding 56 ICMJE and 22 COPE criteria for ethical practices. We found the journal to be fully compliant 73% with ICMJE criteria, and 91% compliant with COPE criteria. After implementing an action plan throughout 2020, modifying editorial policies, training associate editors, and creating appropriate guidelines for editorial board and editors, Pharmactuel achieved almost 100% compliance by January 2021.

Audience

Journal editors and editorial board members

Session speakers

Christine Hamel

Chief editor of Pharmactuel

Christine Hamel completed a master degree in fundamental pharmacology and a master degree in hospital pharmacy.  She works as a clinical hospital pharmacist at the Centre integré universitaire de santé et de services sociaux de l’Estrie-Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke. She participated to the publication of handbooks in internal medicine and clinical biology and pharmacotherapy.  She has been involved with the Journal Pharmactuel editorial board since 2008. She is the chief editor of this journal since 2019.

Louise Mallet

Pharmactuel Editorial Board member

Dr. Louise Mallet recently retired from the Faculty of pharmacy at the University of Montreal where she was a full Professor of Pharmacy with an expertise in geriatrics. She was a clinical pharmacist with the interdisciplinary team in geriatrics at McGill University Health Center. Dr. Mallet is the co-editor of A number textbooks in geriatrics and the author of numerous articles on topics related to the care of elderly patient both in English and in French. She is currently the associate editor of Pharmactuel and the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy.

Julie Méthot

Associate editor of Pharmactuel

Dr. Louise Mallet recently retired from the Faculty of pharmacy at the University of Montreal where she was a full Professor of Pharmacy with an expertise in geriatrics. She was a clinical pharmacist with the interdisciplinary team in geriatrics at McGill University Health Center. Dr. Mallet is the co-editor of A number textbooks in geriatrics and the author of numerous articles on topics related to the care of elderly patient both in English and in French. She is currently the associate editor of Pharmactuel and the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy.

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Date and time

Tuesday, 22 March 2022 1pm-2pm (UK time)

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