The Cureus Journal of Medical Science (“Cureus,” for short) began with a goal of streamlining and fast-tracking the otherwise laborious and tediously slow process of academic (medical) publishing. The journal is Open Access — and — is one of the few Open Access (OA) journals that doesn’t charge exorbitant Article Processing Charges (APCs).
I first learned of Cureus about a year ago. I was intrigued at the possibility of “FREE” OA publishing given that many OA journals charge crazy-expensive APCs to authors as a condition of publication. …
I was sitting in a dimly-lit restaurant on a cold and rainy January day (several years ago, pre-pandemic) when I discovered Winifred Wilkinson Hausmann. The restaurant was lined with bookshelves overflowing with old books, many of which looked like they hadn’t been touched in years.
Without thinking much about what I was doing, I reached over to the shelf closest to me and pulled out a book at random. That book was Focus on Living by Winifred Wilkinson. Of all the old dusty books that I could have chosen, the fact that I picked this one was either divine providence…
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