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  • COPE Member

    Science as Culture

  • Case

    Image manipulation as a general practice

    As managing editor, I view all manuscripts before they are assigned to an editor. Within a 4 week period, I have detected five manuscripts where photographs of either gels or plant materials were used twice or three times in the same manuscript. These manuscripts were immediately rejected. However, we are not convinced that these are cases of deliberate misleading of the scientific…
  • Case

    Editor as author in own journal

    …of treatment. He therefore has a clear conflict of interest in deciding whether to submit, as an author, a report of original research to his own journal. He wishes to establish a means of dealing with this conflict of interest, and would value the experience and advice of COPE. The journal’s current peer review policy for this type of article is to have two reviewers, at least one of whom…
  • Seminars and webinars

    Asia=Pacific Seminar 2011: Publication ethics as a manifestation of professional ethics

    …Download presentation: Publication ethics as a manifestation of professional ethics (PDF, 1155KB)…
  • 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…
  • Case

    Service evaluation as research in a controversial area of medicine

    …addition, the reader argued that service evaluations should not be presented as research articles as these are two separate things. The editor of the journal wrote to the author of the article and asked for comment on the issues raised. The author replied that there had been regular contact with the ethics committee as the service period of the clinic was extended, and the ethics committee…
  • Case

    Studies where there is no research ethics committee, or where committees disagree as to the need for approval

    The editor of this journal, in common with other journals, requires that, where appropriate, studies published should have been approved by the relevant ethics committee. In some cases researchers have reported to the editor that they have found no committee willing to accept competence, or that different committees are taking different lines on which studies require approval. As an…
  • News

    Global standards for authors and editors tackle thorny issues such as research bias and misleading publicity

    During the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity in Singapore in 2010, COPE helped develop two position statements setting out international standards for responsible research publication for editors and authors. They have been published as part of the conference proceedings under a Creative Commons licence* (details of the proceedings are available from the publisher,
  • Case

    Editor as author of a paper

    …directly accepted by the editor-in-chief. During proof corrections, no one noticed that the subject editor was listed as an author and also as the communicating editor (it is standard practice on the journal to name the subject editor on the published paper—ie, "Communicated by ..."). Thus the article was published online before the authors became aware of the problem and contacted the editor. The…
  • Case

    Community leaders’ consent as a proxy for individual consent

    …editor has taken the matter as far as he can. However, others argued in favour of contacting the IRB and the authors’ institutions as the paper, although rejected by the editor, could be submitted for publication to another journal. All agreed that this was a difficult case and the ideal solution would be to have constructive dialogue with the authors regarding the issues, but most felt this was…
  • News

    COPE officers change

    Jeremy Theobald has stepped down as COPE Treasurer. We thank Jeremy for all his contributions to COPE over several years - in particular in developing this website as well as his work as Treasurer and in developing COPE's membership and financial stability. Until formal elections can be held (at the next AGM in March 2010), Richard O'Hagan has agreed to take over Jeremy's role and will be…
  • Case

    Sponsorship, ethical approval and consent for study done as part of an expanded access program

    We received a paper describing the results of an analysis of pathogen gene sequences from patients who had been given an investigational drug as treatment for their infection. The study had been done in Europe. One reviewer said that the paper did not explain whether the patients had been treated in the context of a trial or not and that no information about study sponsorship, ethical approval…
  • 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…
  • 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,…
  • News

    New: COPE Audit

    Now updated to correspond with COPE's Core Practices! As a COPE Member benefit, the COPE Journal Audit is designed to support and encourage editors to identify areas of their journal's policies and processes…
  • News

    COPE Officers 2019-2021

    …Welcome In May 2019, the current COPE Officers came to the end of their terms. We welcome the new officers and those officers moving to new roles, and look forward to working together for the next three years.  Following two years as Vice-Chair and Chair-elect,
  • Event

    Project Management for Publishing

    … This course provides those managing projects as well as those working on them with a template and many supporting tools that can be applied to all projects, large or small, to help ensure successful outcomes. It has a strong emphasis on getting things right at the outset because this is where most problems with projects arise. The programme is highly practical and includes break-out…
  • News

    COPE Forum 24 April 2017

    …Register for 24 April Forum Taking part in the Forum allows members to contribute to, as well as learn from, the cases being discussed. We present the same cases at both forum to allow more of our membership to attend. Register as soon as possible as the webinar is limited to 100 attendees.
  • Case

    Claim from an author that his name should not have been included as author on a paper

    …publication) claiming that he was not consulted about the paper and did not want to be a coauthor. We then removed the article from our website and from the upcoming print issue, pending resolution of the protest. We wrote to the corresponding author (Dr R) asking for an explanation, which she provided. The gist of the explanation was that Dr M objected to publication as a means of retribution, for…