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  • Case

    Unethical withdrawal of a paper

    …future and wanted to verify with them that his intended action—a ban for double submission—was suitable. On returning from meeting with the publishers, Editor A discovered that the paper had never been withdrawn from consideration and the review process was now complete (entire review process 28 days). The reviewer comments warranted rejection. Editor A sent a rejection letter to Authors A and…
  • Projects Funded

    …Doug Altman, Dr Iveta Simera, Dr David Moher, Dr John Hoey and Dr Kenneth F. Schulz. The EQUATOR Network is an international initiative set up to advance high quality reporting of health research studies; it promotes good reporting practices including the wider implementation of reporting guidelines. January 2010 Prevalence and attitudes…
  • Case

    Meta-analysis: submission of unreliable findings

    A meta-analysis was conducted of about 1000 patients included in a number of small trials of a drug for emergency management administered by route X compared with route Y. The report concluded that administration by route X improves short term survival. Chronology  The paper was submitted to our journal in September 2011 and after peer review was return…
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    Authorship dispute

    A manuscript was published by journal X and submitted by author A (last author). Author B claims that fraud occurred in relation to authorship for the following reasons. (1) Author A did not take part in producing the data for the paper and has never been a co-author on any version of the manuscript.(2) A paper with very similar content ,which was part of the PhD thesis of author C…
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    Possible violation of the Helsinki Declaration on Scientific Research with Humans

    A manuscript underwent peer review and the resulting reviewer comments raised grave concerns about the ethical legitimacy of the study.The reviewer: questioned the authors’ impartiality, suggesting that there was an undeclared conflict of interest; raised serious concerns about the extent to which participants gave informed consent; strongly doubted that the…
  • Case

    Undisclosed conflict of interest

    …read “Conflicts of interest: None declared”, because “attending events” is not normally something that would be considered a COI. The authors approved the galleys and did not object to these copyediting changes. Shortly after publication, we received a 12-page letter from a journalist, detailing extensive undisclosed COIs of the authors. The letter was also addressed to another journal which…
  • The COPE Case Taxonomy

    …the COPE European Seminar 2014)Download presentation [PDF 552kB] | Watch presentation [14:19] Publication Ethics: 16 years of COPE — Irene Hames, Charon A Pierson, Natalie E Ridgeway and Virginia Barbour(Presented at the 7th International…
  • Membership terms and conditions

    …href="https://publicationethics.org/become-member">Become a member' page. Fees are applied pro rata by quarters after the second quarter depending on when you apply during the Subscription Year. The fees are valid for that subscription year and are reviewed at the Annual General Meeting, which is held each year on a date and time fixed by COPE’s Council.   Where an agreement is entered into with an Editor and that Editor leaves the…
  • Case

    Case histories and post publication debate

    …carefully as it can be distressing for the patient and the patient’s family. COPE has a discussion document on Best Practice for Consent for Publishing Medical Case Reports. What patients can expect when they give consent will be included in the…
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    Authorship issue

    The editors of a scientific journal were sent a letter of complaint from Drs A and B who noticed that a paper had been published online ahead of the print edition authored by Dr C. Their primary complaint was that they were not included in the authorship and should have been. Other points made in their (rather confusing letters) were that: they had contributed to the paper in the sense t…
  • News

    WCRI 2019: Transparency 2025 panel

    …COPE Council member, Tracey Bretag…
  • News

    Guest article: Self-plagiarism in philosophy

    …target="_blank">differing outlooks about what constitutes inappropriate textual reuse across fields, there is general agreement that in its more extreme forms, self-plagiarism generates three major problems. Each of these problems creates inefficiencies in both the production of knowledge and its transmission. First, self-plagiarism generates an…
  • Case

    Author admits failure to credit other authors

    …href="https://publicationethics.org/files/retraction-guidelines.pdf" rel="nofollow">COPE retraction guidelines include a section on “Should retraction be applied in cases of disputed authorship?” The guidelines state that “If there is no reason to doubt the validity of the findings or the reliability of the data, it is not appropriate to retract a publication solely on the grounds of an authorship dispute.” The ideal situation would be for the authors to…
  • News

    Comments please: framework for editors when requesting patient consent for publication in small cohort studies

    …topic of consent for publishing case reports see COPE's recently released document Journals's best practices for ensuring consent for publishing medical case reports.  …
  • Case

    Request for a retraction of a retraction

    …remain on the drug being tested (perhaps treatment should be limited anyway, perhaps the drug is not licensed or available). The retracted paper showed few losses over 12–65 months of follow-up: 67 were in the experimental group, 65 completed; 68 were controls, 65 completed. Our journal recognises that nothing in this paragraph proves misconduct. We do not know why the author of the retracted…
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    Unusually frequent submission of articles by a single author

    A sixth year medical student, with expected year of graduation of 2013 (Mr X), submitted 29 original articles and 17 letters to the editor in the period February 2012 to October 2012 to our journal. This amounted to an average of five submissions per month. Mr X is an author and corresponding author in every article. Of these, he is the first author of eight original research articles and 12
  • Case

    Inconclusive institutional investigation into authorship dispute

    …Asking each author to specify their contribution. CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) could be useful here.  Competition for last author place is increasing in some geographic areas and some disciplines. Changing authorship order or removing an author without adequate institutional investigation is not advisable, however, the correction…
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    Concerns over research by an author in numerous, separate publications

    Following on from the COPE Forum, I took on COPE’s advice and contacted the other editors that were listed at the end of the anonymous email that our editor received. There were 12 other editors and journals listed in this email, from a wide range of publishing houses. I have received five responses so far. One was apparently not aware of the email ever being sent. One asked a colleague to…
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    El autor solicita que ciertos expertos no participen en el proceso editorial: caso

    …editorial de la revista: «Nos reservamos el derecho de enviar los manuscritos a los revisores de nuestra elección». Basado en el caso 16-08 Author requests for certain experts not to be included in the editorial process…

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