The May Forum will follow the usual format where we have a discussion topic, followed by members' cases presented for discussion and advice from all those participating in the Forum.
Our discussion topic focuses on the early research findings "Ethical challenges in the arts, humanities and social sciences: initial research findings and solutions." Kath Burton, Associate Editorial Director, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group will present the findings and there will be time for questions from Forum participants.
Deadline to register: Friday 10 May
Forum agenda and materials
1. Update on COPE activities by the Chair
2. Forum discussion: Ethical challenges in the arts, humanities and social sciences: initial research findings and solutions
3. New cases
- 19-05 Duplicate submission and authorship dispute
- 19-06 Dual submission and editor’s failure to take action
- 19-07 Correcting the affiliation of an author after publication
- 18-06 Retrospective registration, outcome switching and ethical approval
- 19-02 Dispute arising from peer review of a rejected comment and published correction