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  • COPE Member

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  • Event

    Pakistan Association of Medical Editors (PAME) Conference

    COPE Council member, Behrooz Astaneh, with present a talk about COPE, as well as moderate a workshop on publication ethics, at the Pakistan Association of Medical Editors (PAME) Conference in Lahore, 26-27 April.  The programme can be found here.      …
  • Case

    Dual publication

    …The lead author was contacted to explain. He apologised for the oversight, acknowledging that the second article should have referenced the first, but arguing that the first article would not have been generally accessible to most of the journal’s readership. He continued that the second publication expanded on the earlier pilot study of 32 patients, while the discussion considered other countries.…
  • News

    Wiley launch new ethics guidelines

    Wiley has launched the second edition of its Best Practice Guidelines on Publishing Ethics: A Publisher’s Perspective. In the new edition, guidance has been added about whistle-blowers, animal research and clinical research, particularly around clinical trial registration. The press release can be read in full
  • Flowcharts

    French: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in French. Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Case

    The cheating medical students

    An editorial was published on cheating at medical school. The medical school concerned had allowed a cheating student to graduate. The article attracted over 100 responses, many of them in support of the decision. But an anonymous email response from two students claimed that an exam paper had been seen in the dean’s office prior to an examination and that some 60 per cent of the students had s…
  • Case

    Anonymous case presentations (without patient consent) on a specialist society website

    A specialist society wishes to post “case of the month” on the society website. The society is not proposing to obtain patient consent from all patients, but will anonymise the case reports instead. It has been suggested a case might be anonymised by changing details including age, occupation, or gender. It has also suggested that there is often much to learn from patients who have died, from w…
  • News feeds (RSS)

    These news feeds allow you to see when new content has been added to the COPE website. You can get the latest cases, members, news & events and publication ethics blog entries as soon as they are published, without having to visit the website. Feeds are also known as RSS. There is some discussion as to what RSS stands for, but most people plump for 'Really Simple Syndication'. In essence,…
  • Case

    Reviewer requests to be added as an author after publication

    A paper was submitted to our journal. The associate editor assigned to the paper immediately assigned a reviewer who he knew was well qualified to give a good review, as they had worked with the authors before. The editor did think it odd that the reviewer was not an author on this particular paper, given the close collaboration. However, when invited, the reviewer (R1), did not flag up any con…
  • News

    Two new flowcharts and two revisions

    …flowcharts have been added to the 'full set of flowcharts' PDF:…
  • Event

    National Academy of Sciences Meeting

    …occurrence, and monitored for improvement. Arthur M. Sackler Public Lecture In conjunction with this colloquium, Randy Schekman will present the 17th Annual Arthur M. Sackler Lecture. The lecture is free and open to the public. 
  • Event

    COPE Forum: September 2022

    …activities by the Chair. 2. Forum discussion topic We begin the COPE Forum with a discussion on the topic of Conference Proceedings. Read more about the Conference Proceedings discussion 3. New cases Cases submitted by COPE members for discussion at the…
  • News

    Top cases 2020

    …for a reviewer to be added as an author after publication;
  • Case

    Whose responsibility is duplicate submission?

    Ten days after receiving an article for consideration, a group of editors received an email from the publisher informing them that the particular author in question had recently submitted nine articles to their journals, eight of which had been submitted in the previous seven weeks. Based on the similarity of the titles, the publisher had concerns about possible duplicate submission and had wri…
  • Event

    COPE Forum: Wednesday 22 June 2022

    …Forum agenda On 22 June 2022 the COPE Forum will be held at 14:00-15:30pm (BST / UTC+1) 1. Update Update on COPE activities by the Chair. 2. Forum discussion topic We begin the COPE Forum with a discussion on the topic Dealing with…
  • Case

    What constitutes authorship?

    …X revised the paper and submitted it to our journal. Author X did not include author Y as an author, but listed Y’s contribution in the acknowledgments. Following notification of acceptance and online publication, author Y complained to the editor, insisting that he should be added as an author by the journal without reference to author X. The editor contacted author X who indicated that author Y did not…
  • Case

    A pre-submission inquiry with a bribe

    We recently received a pre-submission inquiry from an author, who identified as being fairly inexperienced with writing papers. At first glance it was a fairly standard pre-submission inquiry. The author mentioned the titles of two papers they allegedly had wrote and wondered whether we might be potentially interested in them. The author added that they had a colleague who would also be…