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    Editor to Editor support for Journal Management

    …Guest article Peggy L. Chinn, RN, PhD, FAAN and Leslie H. Nicoll, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN The International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) has been supporting the work of nursing editors and  the development of high quality nursing journals since 1982. INANE hosts an annual conference; the 37th meeting, in Boston, concluded…
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    INANE (International Academy of Nursing Editors): 2014 Annual Meeting

    COPE Council members Charon Pierson and Geri Pearson will be holding a COPE Workshop at the meeting. Click here for more information.…
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    Peer Review Week

    …webinars, videos, interviews and social media activities designed to improve understanding of the principle of peer review and how it is practiced within the scholarly community.…
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    In the News: July Digest

    …funding, a blacklist of ‘poor quality’ journals and a government agency that is responsible for policing misconduct. article in the Guardian argues that the level of competition in science, rather than driving innovation, is wasteful and damaging to…
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    COPE is now on LinkedIn!

    If you are a member of LinkedIn you can join the COPE group.  Click here to stay up to date with ethical issues.…
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    Upcoming CrossRef webinars

    …the web. Learn more about this new exciting initiative from CrossRef. Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2013Time: 8:00 am (San Francisco), 11:00 am (New York), 4:00 pm (London)Moderator: Rachael Lammey
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    In the news: September 2018 Digest

    …Peer review processes Is there a problem around diversity and inclusion in peer review?#PeerReviewWeek18 Gender and international diversity improves equity in peer review
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    In the news: July Digest

    …Allegations of misconduct Claims about unethical organ harvesting in China is leading to serious concerns within the transplant research community. Several journals and publishers are investigating affected published articles, after a scoping review published in BMJ Open provided reason to believe that almost 450…
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    In the news: November Digest

    …Badges. Think. Check. Submit. will be collaborating with the STEM Training in Ethics of Publication Practices (STEPP) programme, from Texas Tech University, which will research the challenges of dubious publishing practices and develop training materials to help researchers in making informed…
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    In the news: November 2018 Digest

    …Post publication discussion and corrections On October 25th, Retraction Watch released a database of 18,000 articles and conference papers which had been retracted since the 1970s.
  • Event

    The 5th Annual GW Ethics & Publishing Conference

    2012 CONFERENCE THEME:"PRESERVING, PROTECTING AND ENHANCING THE PUBLISHING ECOSYSTEM" This conference is designed for publishing professionals, but is open to the general public. More information can be found here.…
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    Editing Medical Journals: Short Course

    …attract the best authors; how to manage your journal and, how to make your journal successful. Full course details can be found on the websiteor by emailing Pippa Smart [email protected].  …
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    Welcome new COPE Council members

    The results of our recent Council elections have been confirmed and we are pleased to welcome two new members to Council: Howard Browman and Frits Rosendaal. Frits Rosendaal is Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis and chairman of the
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    In the news: May 2018 Digest

    …-new-peer-review-problems-this-time-at-the-bmj/"> Data and reproducibility A bumper month for discussions of data and reproducibility. First of all, a useful article explaining how to determine whether sparse-data bias may have influenced the results of an article one is reading, and what to do if you suspect it is present.
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    In the news: March Digest

    …target="_blank"> Meanwhile, COPE Council member Vivienne Bachelet and colleagues have published a protocol of a research study to investigate the prevalence or otherwise of the misrepresentation of affiliations by authors. The results will be submitted to the WCRI and will be published in a peer reviewed journal
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    In the news: June Digest

    10/06/19 Peer review Peer review is the hallmark of scientific and scholarly publications. These authors explore 5 principles of good peer review and suggest ways for journals to use these to underpin best practices. In…
  • International standards for editors and authors

    …href="">here). We encourage editors to publish the statements in their own journals and reference them or incorporate them into their editorial policies and instructions for authors. (*Permission for republication is not required but the original source should be acknowledged.) 
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    Medical Editors, short course

    …formal lectures – active participation is encouraged! A folder containing extensive notes and background reading is also provided. This course is ideal for editors-in-chief, editorial board members and senior managing editors.Further information: or [email protected]