P.S.I.O.N podcast on open access and metrics

March 29, 2012

Just a quick note that I’m the interview subject in the P.S.I.O.N podcast this week.  P.S.I.O.N is the Paediatric Surgery International Online Network — an area far outside my expertise, but of course what we talked about was open access rather than paediatric surgery.

You might be forgiven for thinking that I’ve said all I have to say on open access by now — to be honest, I sometimes think so myself — yet when I listened back through the podcast I found that I surprised myself with some of the thoughts that came up.  In fact, call me narcissistic, but I thought it was really interesting :-)

That’s thanks largely to excellent questioning from the interviewer, Eve Macharia.  Eve is a research associate at UCL, a paediatric surgeon in training, and managing editor of P.S.I.O.N, which is both a network and  an open access journal running on WordPress.

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