Effectiveness of a reference accuracy strategy for peer-reviewed journal articles
Dissemination of information through peer-reviewed journal articles is an important requirement of success in academia. Despite the importance of publishing articles, about 25% to 45% of articles published in nursing journals have at least 1 reference error in the reference list. The authors discuss the implementation and outcomes of an internal copyeditor strategy aimed at reducing reference inaccuracy in faculty-authored journal articles.
Bibliographical citations; Nursing; Peer review; Scholarly publishing
Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing
Schneider, B. S.
Effectiveness of a reference accuracy strategy for peer-reviewed journal articles.
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