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  • Case

    Publication of misleading information and publication

    I analysed the results of a randomised controlled trial that had just been completed by some of my colleagues. The trial compared an oxygen radical scavenger with a placebo in patients with acute myocardial infarction. One of the major outcome measures included infarct size,as measured by nuclear imaging. My analysis showed that there was no significant difference between groups for either of…
  • Case

    A pre-submission inquiry with a bribe

    …thank me for ultimately accepting the papers. This is the first time in all my years of editing that I have come across a clear bribe attempt. My main concern is whether I can/should report this situation (and if so, how and to whom) even though the author did not provide any information apart from the name of the affiliations and institution. Question(s) for the COPE Forum
  • News

    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: November 2018

    My initial introduction to COPE many years ago occurred when, as an editor of a peer reviewed journal, a reviewer called to my attention, a blatant example of fabrication in a manuscript in which years and volumes of references had been altered to make them more current. I contacted COPE, presented the case at a Forum, and received excellent advice and consultation. This ultimately resulted in…
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    Habitual plagiarist

    Author F published a single case report (CR1) in my journal. A few months later, I received a letter from author G who claimed that the case published by author F was a verbatim copy of his case report published in another journal H. On comparison of the documents it was obvious that CR1 was an exact reproduction of the article of author G. More than 90% of the sentences overlapped in both…
  • 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…
  • Case

    Disagreement between a reviewer and an author

    …“The individual involved is situated in a rival institute with my department and is presently undergoing negotiation to merge his and my department. This puts us in direct conflict with each other both academically and with regard to administrative details. Therefore I do not believe we have received a non-biased review of our paper.” He also wrote: “comments on our paper, most of which were…
  • Case

    Is it a breach of confidentiality to send letters to the editor to criticised authors for comment?

    …get the rejection confirmed in April 2009 on the basis of the explanations offered to the editor by the concerned authors. Thus the editor seems to have violated the confidentiality of my unpublished letter in forwarding it to the authors only to ultimately reject it. My question to COPE is, should editors treat submitted material as confidential, or is it acceptable for them to show it to…
  • Case

    Redundant publication and a question of authorship

    …second journal received a letter from the corresponding author in August 2000 saying that the authors would like the paper withdrawn, on the grounds that “the same work has been published by my senior colleague in some other journal. ”The editor wrote back saying that withdrawal was impossible as the journal was now in print. As well as the problem of duplication there is clearly another question which…
  • Case

    Suspected plagiarism

    …have been? Should we have gone to the corresponding author’s institution? This was the reason given by the junior author, for interest: I am sorry for my <paper reference>. I might think those sentences is more suitable to express my viewpoint so that those sentences be used directly in his review. However this is bad habit for writing review among few students. I already…
  • Case

    Parallels between unpublished manuscript and a published article from other authors

    …than appropriation of ideas or data. Author Y has published previously on this subject. Both authors X and Y are well established scientists, although from somewhat different disciplines. At this point, it is my view that author Y should have declared a conflict of interest in the review of the manuscript but has not appropriated ideas or data. Unfortunately, our system at the time of this…
  • Case

    Claim of plagiarism in published article

    …provided by a professional medical writer and paid by a pharmaceutical company that manufactures drugs in this therapeutic class. I checked both papers through iThenticate and there was no verbatim overlap between the two. I had nine members of my editorial board review and compare the articles in question along with the complaints of author A. I asked for specific comparisons (quantity and quality) of…
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    Plagiarism of published paper

    My subeditor handling this case told me he had found similarities with the protocol of a paper published elsewhere. The subeditor decided to send the paper for review to one of the authors of this published paper. The reviewer reported that the manuscript had the same figures and conclusions as a second paper he had published. All figures and the conclusions of the manuscript were the same as…
  • Case

    Authorship dispute

    …which time he was excluded from authorship. Professor Z did know this action had been taken, apparently by Professor Y, but did not question it. The final resolution involved compromise on both sides, and neither party was happy with my final decision. The resolution involved a corrigendum stating: “This corrigendum is to note that Dr X should have been acknowledged as an author on the…
  • Case

    The case of a physician in private practice offering an experimental intervention

    …approval. We therefore wrote to him to ask about informed consent and ethics committee approval. He then faxed to us 7 signed consent statements from his patients, which were clearly collected in response to our request—after receiving the treatment. The statement which the 7 patients signed said, “I have been informed by Dr X that the treatment I received for my disease Y was not an established treatment…
  • Case

    Duplicate publication or salami publication?

    An author submitted an article to my journal. The editorial board discovered that the author had already published his article in another journal. The editorial board communicated with the author and he defended himself stating that they were two different articles with different titles. However, the editorial board could find no significant difference between the two papers. There are…
  • News

    Authorship, a blunt tool: "20 Jahre Research Integrity in Deutschland Was hat sich verändert? Wie geht es weiter?"

    …href="https://publicationethics.org/files/u7141/Authorship_DiscussionDocument_0_0.pdf">What constitutes authorship”): I’m a junior researcher and did a lot of the basic work. My supervisor/department head wrote up the work and hasn’t included me as an author. My department head insists on being included as an author on any research paper that comes out of his/her department. But he/she only obtained the grant money. Is this fair? In what order should…
  • Case

    Suspected plagiarism

    …flow of the article and the subheadings and the text is too similar.It was pointed out to me by my associate editor.There have been no complains yet but does that mean one  should not investigate?Is the editor entitled to conduct investigations without complaints.Can plagiarism detection software be applied retrospectively?What action can be taken if only ideas are copied in the same sequence though…
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    Possible plagiarism

    A review paper (paper 1) was published in journal A. A review paper on the same subject (paper 2) by a different author was published in my journal (journal B) later in the same year. The authors of paper 1 and the editor of journal A informed me that paper 2 had in part been plagiarised from paper 1. I as editor of journal B looked to the COPE flowchart for guidance and I wrote to the…
  • Case

    “I was acknowledged but I should be an author”

    …author insisted that they had not in fact used any analysis or interpretation from the complainant but that they were willing to offer “authorship” even though this was the case—this was declined by the complainant as they did not consider their contribution in this case warranted inclusion as an author although the complainant did not, to my knowledge, at this point see the most recent version of the…
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    Author of rejected paper publicly names and criticises peer reviewer

    …expressed the hope that we would make his review public, saying "I am continuing to get emails from people who are assuming that I wrote negative reviews for the paper and raising questions about conflict of interest. I believe my reviews to have been supportive of publication and not to comment on whether the journal should accept or not. So from my point of view it would be helpful if you could publish…

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