Predatory publishing houses: Challenging the legitimacy of open access journals

Gavin Smith

Abstract


This editorial looks at the issue of predatory publishing houses

Keywords


Predatory publishing; editorial

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References


Smith G. Internationalising paramedic education through clinical placement experiences. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2015;12(2).

Stratton B, Lea E, Bramble M, et al. Residential aged care facility clinical placements for undergraduate paramedic students: an evaluation of the Australian experience. ibid. 2015;12(2).

Leahy S, Reid D, Widermanski A. Mass gathering medical planning: an overview of the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships. ibid. 2015;12(2).

Keene T, Davis M, Brook C. Characteristics and outcomes of patients assessed by paramedics and not transported to hospital: a pilot study. ibid. 2015;12(2).

Collins N, Daly S, Johnson P, Smith G. Pre-hospital use of intravenous in-line fluid warmers to reduce morbidity and mortality for major trauma patients: a review of the current literature. ibid. 2015;12(2).




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33151/ajp.12.2.234

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