Published on in Vol 25 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/51584, first published .
Best Practices for Using AI Tools as an Author, Peer Reviewer, or Editor

Best Practices for Using AI Tools as an Author, Peer Reviewer, or Editor

Best Practices for Using AI Tools as an Author, Peer Reviewer, or Editor

Journals

  1. van Manen M. What Does ChatGPT Mean for Qualitative Health Research?. Qualitative Health Research 2023;33(13):1135 View
  2. Munro L. Are Human Peer Reviewers Still the Bedrock of Scientific Publications?. South African Radiographer 2023;61(2):5 View
  3. Miao J, Thongprayoon C, Suppadungsuk S, Garcia Valencia O, Qureshi F, Cheungpasitporn W. Ethical Dilemmas in Using AI for Academic Writing and an Example Framework for Peer Review in Nephrology Academia: A Narrative Review. Clinics and Practice 2023;14(1):89 View
  4. Inam M, Sheikh S, Minhas A, Vaughan E, Krittanawong C, Samad Z, Lavie C, Khoja A, D'Cruze M, Slipczuk L, Alarakhiya F, Naseem A, Haider A, Virani S. A review of top cardiology and cardiovascular medicine journal guidelines regarding the use of generative artificial intelligence tools in scientific writing. Current Problems in Cardiology 2024;49(3):102387 View
  5. Chen N, Sng B. Ethical Principles of Clinical and Translational Research. Anesthesiology Clinics 2024 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Thiga M. Facilitating Global Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing in Higher Education With Generative AI. View