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    Symposium on Challenges in Research Integrity

    …_map.pdf">http://www.flinders.edu.au/about_the_campus_files/Documents/campus_map.pdf Building 53). The full programme can be seen here.…
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    Next COPE Forum 6 September 2011

    …and Child Health (RCPCH), 5-11 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8SH (http://www.rcpch.ac.uk/how-find-us/how-find-us). All COPE members are welcome to attend the meeting, whether or not they are presenting a case. Download the agenda and materials
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    COPE Forum: Thursday 1 August 2019

    … All COPE members are welcome…
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    ISMPP Asia Pacific Meeting 2019

    …Nothing about us without us: Patient involvement in the communication of science ISMPP is offering a 10% registration discount to COPE members for its Asia Pacific Meeting, Bridging Global Standards and Regional Practices, 6 September 2019, in Tokyo, Japan. Learn about the meeting at 
  • News

    COPE Members: update your member details

    …a list of the journals and/or the publisher under your membership.   Click on the journal/publisher you want to update   In the menu that appears click Manage Members. On the next screen you can: - Promote existing Users to Managers…
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    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: November 2018

    …China. Adrian Ziderman has been re-elected for a second term to COPE Council. We welcome them all as we move into the next year.  Read November Digest: Post-Publication Discussions and Corrections   COPE co-Chair 
  • Case

    Possible omission of information essential for conclusions in a research paper

    In 2013, our journal published a paper describing an observational study comparing two drugs (A and B) for the management of a chronic disease over a period of 10 years. The conclusion in the paper was that mortality was higher in group A (97 deaths) compared with the other group B (52 deaths) (hazard ratio 1.76, 1.22 to 2.53; P=0.003). This analysis was done after adjustment for a large…
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    Removing a retracted article from a third party site

    …original article was published under a CC-BY license with the authors as the copyright holders.  The article is available in full as a pdf on website Z. This is not one of journal A's indexing partners and we believe it may have been downloaded from journal A's website before retraction and uploaded to website Z. Numerous email takedown notices from the publisher to website Z have not been…
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    Complaints and appeals

    …upcoming COPE Forum and more. Read April 2018 Digest: Complaints and Appeals…
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    Post-publication discussions and corrections focus

    …--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Read November Digest: Post-Publication Discussions and Corrections. This issue of Digest announces new resources What to do if you Suspect Image Manipulation in a Published…
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    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: January 2019

    …height: 125px; margin-left: 3px; margin-right: 3px; float: left;" />           Read January 2019 COPE Digest newsletter and use the COPE Audit Tool, read a case discussion on citation manipulation, get dates in the diary for COPE events in 2019, and keep…
  • Case

    Author requests permission to publish review comments

    …reviews and a commentary on the issues raised, prior to submission to a journal with open peer review. The author requested the journal’s consent for the review comments to be made public under CC licence. We declined permission to publish the reviews and explained that the journal operates a confidential single blind review process. Reviewers are informed that their names will not be revealed to…
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    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: July 2018

    …3px; margin-right: 3px; float: left;" />               Disclosure: CG works for Wiley, where he is Director, Research Integrity and Publishing EthicsPicture credit: CC0 Creative Commons from
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    In the news: November 2018 Digest

    …findings.   COPE Council member Deborah Kahn Read November Digest: Post-Publication Discussions and Corrections…
  • Case

    A case of scientific misconduct?

    …authors wrote back to us, cc'ing the heads of their two research ethics committees, to say that indeed, the manuscript did not match the two different protocols they sent us. They explained that there was a fault in the manuscript and not in the work carried out. They explained that the paper they sent us did not describe a single study but rather parts of 4 different approved studies taking place over…
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    Case Discussion: Possible plagiarism

    …sloppiness. The practice of citing with either quoting or paraphrasing is also the etiquette expected when copyright permission is not required, including use of material that is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) licence and material in the public domain (CC 0). The need for sound infrastructure and clear policies and processes in the editorial office is covered in the COPE
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    In the news: September 2021

    …a mega-publishing group that is described in this case study as operating in the "gray area" somewhere between publishing predatory and legitimate journals. The authors analysed 53 of the MDPI journals that were ranking in the 2018 Journal Citation Reports for criteria commonly described as typical of predatory…
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    Case Discussion: Editor and reviewers requiring authors to cite their own work

    …discussion document which will be ready, on our website, early this year. Nancy Chescheir on behalf of the COPE Education Subcommittee   Read January 2019 COPE Digest newsletter and use the COPE…
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    Case discussion: gift authorship

    …href="https://psycnet.apa.org/fulltext/2014-44015-002.html">The Behavior Analyst Today, Daniel Shabani et al (2004) reported that the 53 most prolific authors in the field of behaviour sciences published an average of 2.9 articles per year between 1992 and 2001; the 11 most prolific authors published 4.2 articles per year. In an analysis of medical papers published from 2008 to 2012,

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