A guide detailing the suggested approach to the organisation of the Editorial Office in order to comply with COPE’s Core Practices.
COPE has many resources to assist publishers and editors in making decisions about ethical issues in publication, including guidelines, flowcharts, discussion documents, sample letters (members only), eLearning modules (members only), and an audit tool (members only). This overview is a suggested guide for approaching the organisation of the editorial office to comply with COPE guidelines.
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Version 1 October 2018
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COPE Council. General approach to publication ethics for the Editorial Office. Version 1. 2018
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20 May 2019
First version October 2018