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    Alltrials.net

    Alltrials.net is a UK group behind a public campaign to call for all trials to be registered and all results reported. COPE has agreed to support this initiative with the following statement: "COPE supports the AllTrials initiative for all trials to be registered and all results reported. Publication ethics is not just about such issues as…
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    2015 European Meeting of ISMPP: Medical Publications for Better Patient Care: Integrity, Innovation, and Impact

    …register now, you will qualify for early bird pricing. For more information on the 2015 European Meeting of ISMPP and to register, visit http://ismpp.memberclicks.net/european-meeting-general-information…
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    CSE's 2014 Annual Conference

    COPE will hold a joint session with the Council of Science Editors (CSE) at their next conference, to be held in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Click here for more information. …
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    CSE/COPE Joint Webinar on Authorship: recordings now online

    The recordings and presentations from the Council of Science Editors/COPE Joint Webinar on Authorship held on October 22, 2012 are now available to download from the CSE website.…
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    International Network of Business and Management Journals (INBAM)

    Adrian Ziderman, COPE Council member, will be presenting at a hands-on workshop on 'Publishing Ethics: What Authors Need to Know' at the annual conference of the International Network of Business and Management Journals (INBAM), in Barcelona, Spain. Click here for more information. …
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    ISMPP webinar: Coronavirus (COVID-19), its impact on publication planning

    Free Webinar on COVID-19 and Publication Planning! ISMPP invites COPE members to attend a special 90-minute ISMPP U educational webinar - Coronavirus (COVID-19): Its Impact on Publication Planning - on Wednesday, April 29, at 11 am EDT/4 pm in the UK. This informative and complimentary ISMPP U is open to all! 
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    Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting 2021

    …Shaping our future by embracing adaptability We are pleased to announce that COPE Council Members Rachel Safer and Trevor Lane have been invited to speak at the 2021 Council of Science Editors virtual annual meeting. On 4 May, Rachel Safer will present at the CSE session on
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    Sixth Regional Conference on Medical Journals in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMMJ6)

    …conference web site http://www.emmj6.eg.net/. COPE will be participating in the conference and in the workshops on publishing ethics…
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    Open Access and Medical Publishing: ISMPP

    …Society of Clinical Oncology [ASCO]), patient, and academia – will discuss various considerations around open access publishing. Learn more about the webinar and register if you are not an ISMPP member More information & register…
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    ISMPP webinar: Graphical Presentation of Data in Medical Publications

    …and often give rise to conclusions on the part of the reader. Without proper planning and design, data can be ignored and even misinterpreted. Simply 
  • The protection of vulnerable groups and individuals

    …COPE position statement The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) supports international ethical standards related to research and publication of research that relate to vulnerable groups and individuals. Examples of standards include WMA…
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    Welcome to new COPE Council members

    …alt="" src="/files/council/eleanor_gendle_photo_march.jpg" style="height:163px; width:120px" /> Iain Hay Matthew Flinders Distinguished Emeritus Professor of human geography in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Flinders University, Australia Matt Hodgkinson Head of…
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    Dual submission

    …one that have occurred over the past 12 months. Once again, this case was spotted by chance. The editor feels that there must be many more examples of duplicate publication that get through, especially when they go to different journals. How can editors prevent these cases, rather than trying to catch them in a net with many holes in it? Is the answer to take stronger action against those that are…
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    In the news: January 2018 Digest

    …-journals-stop-interview-kelly-cobey-larissa-shamseer/ https://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2017/12/11/guest-post-authors-get-caught-predatory-illegitimate-publishing-net/#comment-72599 
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    Case Discussion: Ethics of non-active management of a control group

    …sexual assault survivors. In this case, the researchers had received approval of the local ethics research approval committee and the authors had stated that their research adhered to the World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki – Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects. (WMA Declaration 2013.
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    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: August 2018

    …href="https://publicationethics.org/resources/seminars-and-webinars">European Seminar in 2015. Looking forwards, COPE Council are currently developing a Discussion Document on citation manipulation. Deborah Poff, COPE Vice-chair and Chair-elect, was also involved in a panel discussing citation manipulation at the Council of Science Editors in New Orleans in May 2018: “
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    Letter from the COPE Chair: May 2021

    …href="https://www.eventscribe.net/2021/CSEVAM/">CSE Annual Meeting in May: three members of COPE's author name change working group joined a panel titled 'Inclusive Author Name Change Policies.' Topics discussed included why antiquated name change policy is harmful, how one publisher's policy developed, and what COPE's forthcoming guidance will address. The session concluded with a lively Q&A. Council Member Trevor Lane was part of the
  • Common ethical and editorial dilemmas of author misconduct: how should we respond?

    …2001 39 30 9 0 2002 18 14 4 0 2003 22 15 5 2 2004 25* 17 7 1 Total 212 163 36…
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    In the news: January 2021

    …concerns about negative repercussions about the results.  Image manipulation A lab generated fake western blot images using Generative Adversarial Nets (GANS), an artificial intelligence method, and then performed a case study of how accurately researchers could detect the fake images, which was…

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