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  • Event

    Ask COPE

    The next Ask COPE session will be Tuesday 11 November at 2pm (GMT). For more details, click here.…
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    Ask COPE

    The next Ask COPE session will be Wednesday 21 January at 3pm (GMT). For more details, click here. …
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    Ask COPE - 21 April 2015

    The next Ask COPE will be held on Tuesday 21 April at 3pm (British Summer Time). See here for further details.…
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    Ask COPE

    The next Ask COPE will be held on Thursday 19 June 2014 at 3pm (British Summer Time). Further details can be found here…
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    Ask COPE

    The next Ask COPE will be held on Wednesday 22 October 2014 at 2pm (British Summer Time). Further details can be found on the website here. …
  • Event

    ‘Ask COPE’

    The next Ask COPE will be held on Tuesday 13 May 2014 at 3pm (British Summer Time). Further details can be found on the website: http://publicationethics.org/'ask-cope'…
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    Ask COPE - 27 August 2014

    The next Ask COPE will be held on Wednesday 27 August 2014 at 3pm (British Summer Time). Further details can be found on the website here.…
  • Case

    The results that were too good to believe

    A study made it a long way through the peer review process before one of the statistical advisors said that the results seemed “too good to be true.” The authors were asked to send in the original data, which the statistician analysed. He remained very concerned about the data. The authors were notified and the journal asked the university to investigate. Has the editor done the right thing?
  • Seminars and webinars

    European Seminar 2013: Posters

    …">Poster: Fraud and deceit in medical research [PDF 22KB] Poster: Authors’ awareness of publication ethics: An international survey [PDF 25KB]…
  • Case

    Yet another case of duplicate publication

    A paper published in journal A in 1990 was published almost verbatim in journal B the following year, and yet again in journal C in 1993. None of these publications made any reference to the others. The case emerged in the process of one of the authors applying for a professorship. The authors conceded their error when tackled on the issue. One editor agreed to publish notice of duplicate publi…
  • Case

    Plagiarism

    A paper by Turkish authors was submitted to journal A. The paper was virtually the same as one published in the equivalent US journal B of the same specialty,but with different authors. The paper submitted to journal A seems to have been plagiarised from the paper published in journal B. The editor has written to the deans of the faculties of medicine to which the authors are attached. What mor…
  • News

    COPE Indian Seminar at the Annual Conference of IAMJE

    …seminar can be found here (PDF 99kb),…
  • Case

    What happens when there is no local ethics committee?

    A paper from Taiwan was reviewed and accepted for publication. However, one of the reviewers raised the question of ethics committee approval. When the editors checked with the authors, they responded that there is no ethics committee at their university and they were therefore not able to seek ethical approval. What is COPE’s view on this? The study was fairly straightforward involving a quest…
  • Case

    The anonymous critic

    A letter containing details of a case report was submitted in February 1999. The authors were from Japan. After peer review and revision, the case report was accepted and a proof was sent to the authors. Two anonymous letters were then received, one on April 29 and another on 12 May, both from Japan. Both letters claimed that the author “has prized honour above everything else” and that he had…
  • Case

    The discontented and abandoned contributor

    A paper was rejected after peer review. Some time later a researcher wrote to say that he had been involved at the beginning of the study, but had withdrawn his name because he felt the study was defective. He had heard that the study had been submitted for publication, and thought it better that the editors were made aware of his doubts before publication rather than afterwards. As the paper h…
  • Case

    The careless surgeon

    A paper was submitted in which a young surgeon described five patients who died over six months under the care of one surgeon. The author suggested that the surgeon was dangerous and that something should have been done. Nothing was done and the surgeon has since retired. The paper, a very personal one, provides an interesting insight into the difficulties that doctors have dealing with problem…
  • Case

    Submission without knowledge of the corresponding author

    A case report was received and the corresponding author was duly notified. The corresponding (and senior author) immediately faxed back, asking who had submitted the case report as he had not been consulted and had not seen the manuscript.The submission letter contained the names of all four authors; three of the signatures had been made using the same pen and probably the same hand.The signatu…
  • Case

    A further case of redundant publication

    A paper was submitted to a UK specialist medical journal. At review, one of the reviewers alerted the editor to the fact that a very similar paper had been published in a US specialist title. It seems very likely that the reports describe the same randomised controlled trial. The only piece of new information was not an important outcome of the trial. The authors did not disclose the existence…
  • Case

    Dual publication may be necessary in some situations

    At a recent editorial board meeting it was suggested that in some disciplines straddling several specialties, transparent simultaneous publication might be necessary. It was suggested that this applies to sexually transmitted infections, and different readers may not have access to each other’s journals. For example, in a study of human papilloma virus epidemiologists, virologists, STD physicia…
  • Case

    Compromise of patient confidentiality?

    A paper containing three case reports of the same disease was accepted for publication. The disease reported is fairly rare. The parents of one of the cases consented to publication on condition that their daughter was referred to in the paper by her first name rather than as a case number. This particular case has been discussed in the course of a national inquiry, but it is not clear whether…

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