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  • Flowcharts

    Suspected ethical problem in a submitted manuscript

    COPE's guidance, as a flowchart, on what to do if you suspect an ethical problem with a submitted manuscript.  Suspected ethical problem in a submitted manuscript
  • Flowcharts

    Arabic: all flowcharts

    …This is all of COPE's flowcharts in Arabic. Other languages: Chinese | Croatian | English | 
  • Flowcharts

    Chinese: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Chinese Other languages: Arabic | Croatian | English | 
  • Flowcharts

    Croatian: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Croatian Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | English | 
  • Flowcharts

    French: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in French. Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Flowcharts

    Italian: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Italian Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Flowcharts

    Japanese: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Japanese Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Flowcharts

    Persian: 14 flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Persian Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Flowcharts

    Polish: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Polish Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Flowcharts

    Spanish: All flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Spanish Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Flowcharts

    Turkish: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Turkish Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Flowcharts

    Plagiarism in a published article

    COPE's guidance, as a flowchart, on what to do if you suspect plagiarism in a published article. Plagiarism in a published article
  • Flowcharts

    Redundant (duplicate) publication in a published article

    COPE's guidance, as a flowchart, on what to do if you suspect redundant (duplicate) publication in a published manuscript. Redundant (duplicate) publication in a published article
  • Flowcharts

    Changes in authorship: Removal of author – before publication

    COPE's guidance, as a flowchart, on what to do for removal of an author before publication. Changes in authorship: Removal of author - before publication
  • Flowcharts

    Changes in authorship: Addition of extra author – after publication

    COPE's guidance, as a flowchart, on the addition of an extra author after publication. Changes in authorship: Addition of extra author - after publication
  • Flowcharts

    Changes in authorship: Removal of author – after publication

    COPE's guidance, as a flowchart, on what to do for removal of an author after publication. Changes in authorship: Removal of author - after publication
  • Flowcharts

    Fabricated data in a published article

    COPE's guidance on what to do if you suspect fabricated data in a published manuscript. Fabricated data in a published article
  • Flowcharts

    Changes in authorship: Addition of extra author – before publication

    COPE's guidance, as a flowchart, on the addition of an extra author before publication. Changes in authorship: Addition of extra author - before publication
  • Guidelines

    Ethics toolkit for a successful editorial office

    …A COPE guide To help ensure the integrity of the scholarly record and the publication process, editorial offices should define and implement best practices in publication ethics. This COPE guide is a comprehensive toolkit that explains expected ethical practices in scholarly publishing, and highlights resources for editorial offices to develop their codes of ethical conduct and practic…
  • Guidelines

    Editing peer reviews

    The COPE guidelines Editing peer reviews, are intended to advise editors, publishers, and researchers on expected practices and appropriate circumstances regarding the editing of peer reviews.  The guidelines look at the need for journals to amend peer reviews, and provide insight into situations where this might be an appropriate course of action. Journals should have clear policies on…

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