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    COPE Forum February 2018

    …cases is 19 FebruarySubmit a caseRegister for the Forum…
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    Navigating international communication in scholarly publishing

    ISMTE webinar on 19 March Scholarly publishing requires cooperation from researchers, editors, and journal staff around the globe. This session draws on the experiences of three panelists who have worked in editorial offices in various parts of the world. Attendees will learn about cultural differences in etiquette and how to build strong relationships internationally. Please…
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    PSP Consulting: Editors' virtual courses 2021: Improving journal quality and impact

    9-11am BST Monday 18th October and 9-11am BST Tuesday 19th October. Improving quality and impact : Peer review and editorial boards This course is presented in two, 2-hour online workshops  Objectives To improve the peer review process and make good decisions To identify the best reviewing methology To manage and utilize editorial…
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    Peer review week

    19-23 September 2022 "Research integrity: creating and supporting trust in research" is the theme of this year's Peer Review Week. Peer Review Week is a community-led yearly global virtual event celebrating the essential role that peer review plays in maintaining research quality.  Peer Review Week celebrates the value of peer review that brings together…
  • News

    Letter from the COPE Chair: April 2020

    COPE, like many organisations, is grappling with the impact of the coronavirus. There is worldwide concern over COVID-19 and its impact on our daily lives, both personal and professional. Journal editors may be unsure of what to do in this unprecedented situation. How is COVID-19 affecting editors and publishers? Circumstances will differ for different regions, disciplines, journals and…
  • News

    COPE Forum Meetings 2016

    …(BST) Wednesday 3 August 2016 (at International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) Conference in London)8-9.30pm (GMT) Tuesday 8 November 2016…
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    COPE shortlisted for Publons Sentinel Award: outstanding advocacy, innovation or contribution to #PeerReview

    …--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We're delighted to be shortlisted for the Publons Sentinel Award for outstanding advocacy, innovation or contribution to scholarly peer review. The winner will be announced on Tuesday 19th September.…
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    Letter from the COPE Chair: December 2020

    …reduced”. The corrected text reads as follows: “In May, medRxiv and bioRxiv adjusted their policies to no longer accept manuscripts that make therapeutic predictions for COVID-19 solely on the basis of computational models. arXiv and ChemRxiv have enhanced their initial screening procedures for…
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    EASE virtual conference: Editors and editing in a time of crisis

    The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted most of the world, not only endangering lives and livelihoods but also raising issues over scientific reporting and credibility. The role of the editor in the transmission of credible, reliable, and quality-assured science has never been greater. This conference will consider the impact of crisis situations on scholarly and science editors. We…
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    Research integrity in China

    …a shadow hanging over any country's progress, especially a nation that has advanced with spectacular velocity. China is no exception. And the current concern, escalated to the highest levels of the Chinese Government, is research integrity. Read more about research integrity concerns…
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    The dubious scientist

    A scientist wrote to a medical journal asking if it was interested in receiving an editorial from him. The editorial would criticise current HIV vaccine research. The scientist is the senior partner of a technology company, and he printed his company’s website in his communication to the journal. The home page of the website advertises a patented toxin, and the site claims that this toxin can “…
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    In the news: September 2020

    …="https://www.thebookseller.com/news/jessica-kingsley-rolls-out-first-dyslexia-friendly-industry-guidelines-1215914" target="_blank">accessible to people with dyslexia. COVID-19 The authors share concerns about the violation of some Open Science principles during the pandemic and its impact on the quality of research. They call for a wider adoption of Open Science principles to ensure research is…
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    Research Integrity, Sixth Report of Session 2017-19 from the House of Commons

    Following a 10 month inquiry, the UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has issued recommendations to strengthen requirements and improve compliance with the existing 2012 Concordat to Support Research Integrity [full report]. Compliance with new and existing standards would…
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    In the news: June 2020

    Each month COPE Council members gather and share publication ethics news. This month the news includes articles on diversity, open access, COVID-19, and more. Diversity and Inclusion This month COPE member Cabells announced new terminology: Journalytics and Predatory Reports instead of whitelists and blacklists, respectively. "We set out to ensure that the…
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    Taylor and Francis Scholarly Summit 2019

    …#ScholarlySummit19, and register to receive the white paper next month to discover the full findings.…
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    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
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    Survey reveals need for guidance on places to publish

    A survey carried out by Think. Check. Submit. has revealed a strong demand from both researchers and librarians for guidance about where to publish and an appreciation of the…
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    Ethics approval for survey design

    …initial manuscript submission. The corresponding author said that they had missed the IRB deadline in month 2, were triaged and not considered for review by the IRB due to the COVID-19 pandemic at the usual deadline for month 3, but were able to submit on the last day of month 3 and received approval in the middle of month 4 (after which the revised manuscript was submitted). The corresponding author…
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    ISMPP European Meeting 2019

    ISMPP is offering a 10% registration discount to COPE members for its 2019 European Meeting, Scientific Communications in a Fast-Paced World: Fighting Fit for the Future, 22-23 January, in London, UK. Learn more about the meeting at www.ismpp.org/european-meeting, and enter EU19COPE10 in the “Discount Code” field when you…
  • Discussion documents

    Predatory publishing

    …discussion document Document Predatory publishing, discussion…

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