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  • Event

    COPE Webinar, Understanding Text Recycling, August 2020

    COPE is hosting a webinar on Text Recycling on Friday 7 August 2020, 16:00-17:15pm (BST) when we hear the latest findings from the members of the Text Recycling Research Project since they presented at last year's COPE European Seminar. Text recycling, also known as self-plagiarism is a common practice in research writing—especially in the sciences. It’s also complicated, both ethically…
  • Event

    COPE Forum: Friday 4 September 2020

    Our September Forum, held by webinar (16:00-17:30 British Summer Time) will follow the usual format where we discuss a topic, followed by COPE members' cases presented for discussion and advice from all those participating in the Forum.  Members can register to attend the Forum The…
  • Seminars and webinars

    Seminar 2021: Ethical practice in research data publication - challenges, lessons and opportunities

    … Over the past decade, we have seen a marked increase in the publication of research data, driven by journal, funder, and institutional policies. This has brought ethical challenges specific to datasets, which can affect the journal publication related to the…
  • News

    COPE authorship workshop February 2021

    …Online cases workshop for COPE members only Wednesday 10 February 2021 15:00-16:30pm (GMT); 10.00-11.30am (EST) Wednesday 24 February 2021 09:00-10:30am (GMT); 17.00-18.30pm (AWST); 20.00-21.30pm (AEDT) Following on from the success of our virtual workshops last year, COPE is delighted to announce an online workshop on…
  • Event

    ISMTE European Conference 2019

    …a world that’s changing, fast. There is an exciting agenda planned including sessions on topics such as AI in editorial and peer review workflows, improving submission quality, and graphical and video abstracts. Attendees can save $50 by registering before September 16. …
  • Case

    The missing author

    In March 1996, journal A published a case report about an eye condition with two authors credited, Drs X and Y, both radiologists. Exactly two years later, one of their former colleagues (Dr Z) wrote to the editor claiming that she had been responsible for the patient’s care; she was the ophthalmologist on call the night the patient was admitted. She argued that, as the clinician responsible f…
  • COPE Forum

    …September 2022, 16:00am-17:30pm (BST/UTC+1). --> Submit a case to COPE Forum Submit a case  We encourage COPE members to review existing cases before submitting a case to the Forum, or to COPE Council, to see if similar cases have already been discussed. Please note that advice is specific to the…
  • Case

    Author dispute and dual submission

    A case report was submitted for consideration and, following favourable review, was accepted for publication by Journal A. All three authors signed the copyright release form, but about six weeks later a request not to publish the article was received by e-mail, which was attributed to a “misunderstanding and argument between two of the authors.” The editor wrote to all three authors expressin…
  • Case

    Difficulty in obtaining patient consent

    _ Legally, permission is required from the living unless they are under 16 or incapacitated. _ Relatives have no place in giving permission on behalf of deceased patients. _ The explanation from the authors was, however, deemed acceptable as it was agreed that they had gone as far as possible and had acted courteously.…
  • Case

    Duplicate submission

    The authors submitted a paper to journal A on genetic analysis of a potentially pathogenic organism isolated from children, analysed by school attended. Six days later, the same authors submitted a paper to journal B on genetic analysis of the same organism isolated from children, analysed by socio-economic class. The papers appear to be different analyses of the same data, and substantial port…
  • Flowcharts

    How to spot authorship problems

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  • Case

    Is it duplicate publication when the first study is referenced in the second paper?

    …the abstract, methods, and discussion of the two papers are identical. The main difference is that paper B has four more patients in the study group and in Journal A all patients are referred as being 16 years old. In Journal B, the authors mention that the treatment dose was lowered for children but do not identify how many of the study group were 16 years old. The figures in the two articles have…
  • News

    In the news: August

    16.8.19 Research Ethics The University of Central Lancashire joins the University of Cape Town to adopt a code of conduct to stamp out “ethics dumping”, in which international research takes advantage of the lack of awareness or regulation in some poorer countries to conduct work. Examples include high risk medical research studies for which participants have experienced a…
  • Event

    COPE Forum: Monday 5 November 2018

    …18-11 Increased number of casual submissions 18-12 A pre-submission inquiry with a bribe 18-13 Self-plagiarism and suspected salami publishing 18-14 Authorship conflict 18-15 Peer reviewer contacted by author 18-16 Data fabrication in a rejected manuscript 18-17 Possible plagiarism 18-18 Victim of article theft wants correction to list…
  • Webform

    COPE authorship workshop 24 February 2021

    …href="">authorship workshop event page has details of the workshop format and Cases that will be covered. Alternative date This authorship workshop is also being held on 10 February 2021, 15:00 - 16:30 AM (GMT). You may only attend one of the dates. 10 February workshop is now full Your privacy When you register, COPE will collect your personal details…
  • Case

    Undeclared conflicts of interest and potential author dispute over signed letter for publication

    A letter was published that provides guidance on prescribing a particular drug in children. There are anxieties about the use of this drug in children, and sometime back a letter from essentially the same group on the same subject was published in the same journal. The electronic version of this original letter included a conflict of interest statement, but the paper edition did not. This was a…
  • Case

    Data fabrication in a rejected manuscript

    An author submitted two manuscripts to our journal and the data were clearly fabricated, which was confirmed when we examined the original patient data files. The lead author admitted that they had only recruited a few patients and fabricated all of the remaining data and said that the co-authors had done this without their knowledge. We reported this to the institution, who conducted an…
  • Webform

    COPE integrity workshop 2021

    …Facilitation and Integrity at COPE: prevention, education and best practices in publication ethics 21 April 2021, online workshop, COPE members only 16:00-17:30 British Summer Time (UTC + 1) Find out what time this is in your country
  • Case

    Ethics approval for audit 2

    A group in a developed country performed an audit of pregnancy and its outcome in a group of 250 women with congenital heart disease. There were four maternal deaths of women in the series. It was decided to write up the audit. The paper reports aggregated statistics classified by diagnosis, but also contains a brief account of the factors associated with the four deaths (an account of one of t…
  • Case

    Multiple redundant submissions from the same author

    An author submitted a redundant publication to one of our journals. After reviewing the report from the anti-plagiarism software, we followed the COPE flowchart up to and including contacting the author's institution. We have not received a response from the author or the author's institution. Shortly afterwards, the same author submitted a (different) redundant publication to one of our other…