OmniScience was established in 2009 as an independent contract service organization providing scientific and medical writing services to the pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology companies, and academia.
Based in Geneva, Switzerland, in the center of Europe, we are experienced, professional medical writers skilled in data interpretation and presentation.
We tailor our working practices to meet the specific needs of our clients.
We provide a full range of clinical and non-clinical regulatory documents and manuscripts:
We are skilled in presenting complex information accurately, clearly and concisely. Our working practices are flexible and can be adapted to yours.
We are responsive, proactive, and ensure timely completion of your projects. Our high rate of repeat business is a testament to our reliability and to the quality of our work.
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The recommendations, formerly known as the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals (URMs), were first published in 1978 as a way of standardizing manuscript format and preparation across journals and have been updated periodically. They have been adopted by many peer-reviewed medical journals, including many non-ICMJE journals, which have incorporated them into their instructions to authors.
The recommendations review best practice and ethical standards in the conduct and reporting of research and other material published in medical journals. They are intended primarily for use by authors who submit their work for publication to ICMJE member journals, but are also designed to help editors and others involved in peer review and biomedical publishing to create and distribute accurate, clear, unbiased articles.
The guidelines contain recommendations on the role of authors and contributors, reporting conflicts of interest, responsibilities in the submission and peer-review process, copyright, overlapping and duplicate publications, acceptable secondary publications, manuscripts based on the same database, clinical trial registration and advice on preparing a manuscript for submission to a medical journal, and many other subjects.
The recommendations are freely available from the ICMJE website.<<Back
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