Karger Publishers and Enago Announce an Integrated Services Partnership to Support the Global Health Sciences Community

Frankfurt, New York, and Basel: Enago, a global leader in publication support services, has announced a unique new partnership with Karger Publishers, one of the world’s leading and most innovative publishers of scientific and medical content.

This novel collaboration combines many of Karger’s and Enago’s strengths – a deep understanding of the global medical and healthcare market with insights into how researchers create content and combine it with new ways of learning about scholarly and medical publishing.

The new integrated services partnership between Karger and Enago covers four key areas:

  • Training: Providing dedicated publishing training events for Karger’s institutional customers and authors around the world, including workshops and web-based training.
  • The learning platform of Karger: The development of a customized e-learning platform to guide researchers through the publishing process. This includes modules of different aspects of scholarly communication which Karger will make available to its customers.
  • Language editing services: Supporting Karger’s authors by ensuring that the language used in submissions is of a consistently high standard
  • Journal finder: Supporting Karger’s authors to identify the most appropriate journal to publish their research

Connecting and Advancing Health Sciences

Commenting on the new collaboration with Enago, Daniel Ebneter, Chief Executive Officer of Karger Publishers said: ”Karger is delighted to be working with Enago to support the work of our authors. We share a responsibility to ensure that our authors have the tools at their disposal and the knowledge they need to be able to communicate their research effectively. We aim to support researchers along the whole cycle of knowledge in health sciences, from study design to publication. Our collaboration with Enago is an important component serving this objective.”

“This is a truly exciting partnership between our two companies which can only benefit authors of medical and healthcare content,” commented Sharad Mittal, CEO, and Founder of Crimson Interactive, parent company of Enago. “Karger is recognized as a leading publisher and producer of high-quality health sciences content; Enago is one of the world’s primary providers of academic and medical editing and publication support services. The collaboration delivers a unique combination of hands-on learning, best practice in publishing, editing services and support for the medical researcher around the world”.

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