For taking on the challenge of Open Access, the real heroes are publishing professionals like Raegel De Guzman of BMJ Group in London.
In the last year alone, BMJ has launched seven new Open Access journals, including one that is wholly-owned by a society. De Guzman says the path to success has relied on a robust infrastructure that automates and innovates from end-to-end: author submissions to editorial review to final finance reports.
Recently, Copyright Clearance Center invited BMJ’s Raegel De Guzman to share with peers her hero’s journey. This special podcast features the audio from that webinar.