Opinion: Researchers can be too prolific

A high publication rate should be regarded as an indication of poor authorship practices and should be discounted when evaluating track record, argues a researcher in the MJA.  Writing in a reflections letter to the journal mental health researcher Professor Anthony Jorm from the University of Melbourne acknowledges that medical research was a competitive business that ...

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