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  • Case

    Informed consent

    A group of researchers are conducting a study of whether women aged 65 to 69 years will accept screening for breast cancer. They plan to invite these women for screening in the same way as they invite younger women for screening but will not know that they are part of a research study. The authors want advice on whether journals would be willing to publish their results, despite the fact that…
  • News

    COPE endorsement of TOP Guidelines

    …href="https://cos.io/top/">TOP) Guidelines are a welcome extension of these principles into more basic science and we are pleased to endorse them and encourage our members to consider them in their own guidelines.Specifically we support the table which clearly lays out different levels of transparency and how journals can increase transparency. In addition, we welcome 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…
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    Unethical research undertaken by a single handed GP

    We have received a paper from a GP testing the hypotheses that because 24,25 cholecalciferol has a similar structure to commercially available statins, it may act as an inhibitor of HMA co-reductase. He screened 350 patients in his practice and identified 77 who had a cholesterol concentration above 6.5 mmol per litre. Thirty-three of them agreed to return for a second test 2 weeks later. They…
  • 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…
  • Seminars and webinars

    European Seminar 2019: Exploring Publication Ethics Issues in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

    …review had been particularly critical.   5) Half of respondents have experienced self-plagiarism, with 22% saying this arose frequently. Again, this was especially widespread in Business, Finance and Economics (65% of editors working in these fields).   6) In the case of fraudulent submissions, these appeared to come up infrequently, though nearly 20% of…
  • Membership subscription fees

    …3751 to 4000 £65,838 3501 to 3750 £63,715 3251 to 3500 £61,325 3001 to 3250 £58,671 2751 to 3000 £55,751 2501 to 2750 £52,565 2251 to 2500 £49,114 2001 to 2250 £45,396 1751 to 2000…
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    …width:100%">Number of journals Fees per year 3751 to 4000 £68,142 3501 to 3750 £65,945 3251 to 3500 £63,471 3001 to 3250 £60,724 2751 to 3000 £57,702 2501 to 2750 £54,405 2251 to 2500…
  • News

    Paper mills in the news

    …the LMU Open Science Center. In March, 2022 a preprint by Anna Abalkina revealed an extensive series of 434 publications originating from Russia-based paper mill, International Publisher LLC. The study estimated the total financial value of authorship slots offered by the publisher in the three years between 2019-2021 at $6.5 million, raising…
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    In the news: February 2018 Digest

    …href="https://aasopenresearch.org/" target="_blank">https://aasopenresearch.org/ NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information), a division of the U.S. National Library of Medicine, will discontinue PubMed Commons. The reason cited was “low level of participation” that did not…
  • News

    In the news: May 2020

    …publications show that 65% result from misconduct, with plagiarism the most common type. Authorship and peer-review manipulation also contribute.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32072484# Data Sharing In an effort to increase data sharing, BMJ Open did a randomised controlled trial offering…
  • News

    In the news: October 2018 Digest

    6-5 with 1 abstaining to expel Dr. Peter GØtzsche the director of the Nordic Cochrane Center. Four of the 5  members of the board who voted against this subsequently resigned and 2 appointed trustees stepped down for administrative reasons.  The reason given by the board is that Dr. GØtzsche exhibited a “long-term pattern of behavior that we say is totally, and utterly at variance with [Cochrane’s]…
  • Common ethical and editorial dilemmas of author misconduct: how should we respond?

    Sabine Kleinert, executive editor The Lancet A summary of cases presented to COPE over 6.5 years up to September 2004 won't necessarily provide solutions, but will help to raise issues and pose the questions that need to be asked in these areas. Year No of cases…
  • Seminars

    …  Plagiarism screening: An update from CrossCheck  — Kirsty Meddings, CrossRef  Download PDF  [6.5 mb] (uploaded 13 May 2010) 2009 Download PDF (52 kb) of the seminar programme 2008 Download PDF…