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Katie Foxall posted a blog post

How open access journals can increase Africa’s research impact

This article was first published in ecancermedicalscience, (2019), vol 13, ed93 https://ecancer.org/en/journal/editorial/93-the-current-state-of-african-oncology-research-publication-how-to-increase-africas-research-impactAfrican oncology professionals face significant obstacles to getting their research published due to geographical bias,…See More
Oct 22, 2019
Katie Foxall posted a status
"OA education is essential in LMICs - how to improve access to cervical cancer screening/treatment in India http://bit.ly/ecancerCCCIndia"
Oct 22, 2019
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"How to increase Africa's research impact through open access publication https://doi.org/10.3332/ecancer.2019.ed93"
Oct 21, 2019

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Just gathering information
First name
Katie
Last name
Foxall
Organization/institution name
ecancer
Type of institution
Non-profit
What's your position?
Publisher
What's the level of OA awareness where you are?
High
What are your goals for OA Week?
I would like to find out about other organisation's initiatives to support open access publication in Lower and Middle Income Countries.
How did you hear of the OA Week site?
Via the Open Pharma blog post

I work for ecancer, a UK charity which supports oncology professionals worldwide to publish their research and help them to access the information they need to get the best outcomes for their patients, with no geographical or financial barriers.

Our open access journal is committed to supporting oncology professionals across the globe, but particularly in Lower- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs), as this group of authors and readers are often marginalised by the international publishing industry. 

Katie Foxall's Blog

How open access journals can increase Africa’s research impact

This article was first published in ecancermedicalscience, (2019), vol 13, ed93 https://ecancer.org/en/journal/editorial/93-the-current-state-of-african-oncology-research-publication-how-to-increase-africas-research-impact

African oncology professionals face significant…

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