European Science Editing is the official journal of EASE, with its own dedicated website hosted on the ARPHA platform.
European Science Editing was launched in 2003, as a peer reviewed journal published four times a year, dedicated to supporting research within the scope of the Association.
In January 2020 the journal converted to a diamond open access, rolling publication on the ARPHA site, to give our authors greater presence and impact across our membership and the scholarly publishing community.
Fully peer-reviewed, and maintaining the highest editorial standards, the journal publishes original research, review and commentary on all aspects of scientific, scholarly editing and publishing.
The aim and vision of the journal is to provide a source of peer-reviewed information on all aspects of scholarly editing to help editors improve the quality and integrity of scholarly publications, showcasing new work and insights that help further EASE in our mission to support the editing community in all its forms.
Topics included within our scope include research integrity, peer review, scientometrics, open science, predatory publishing, statistics, writing, translation and ethics.
Please visit and bookmark the page for future reference, and sign up for e-mail alerts to be notified when new articles are published.
The journal is managed by an editorial team and supporting editorial board. See the full board on the journal ARPHA site
Ksenija Bazdaric – Rijeka University School of Medicine, Rijeka, Croatia
Dado Čakalo – Institute for Medical Research and Occupational Health, Zagreb, Croatia
Tom Lang – Communications and Training International, Kirkland, United States of America
Joan Marsh – The Lancet/Elsevier, London, United Kingdom
A full archive of European Science Editing volumes published between 2003 and 2019 are available to download. Visit our archive.