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    How to spot authorship problems

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    How to recognise potential authorship problems

    How to recognise potential authorship problems. How to recognise potential authorship problems
  • Guidelines

    How to handle authorship disputes: a guide for new researchers

    …href="https://publicationethics.org/resources/flowcharts-new/changes-authorship">Ghost, guest, or gift authorship in a submitted manuscript flowchart How to recognise potential authorship problems infographic How to spot authorship problems infographic
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    How to publish better content

    Developed from the medical editors' workshop (now it it's 21st year),this online course and resource is aimed at new EiCs. It covers how toattract better content, spot problems, improve peer review anddecisions, and how to make good use of the editorial board. More…
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    Final 3 flowcharts now available in Spanish

    The final three flow charts have now been translated into Spanish and are available here.   These are: Advice on how to spot authorship problems; Suspected guest, ghost or gift authorship; and What to do if you suspect a reviewer has appropriated an author’s idea or data.…
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    Authorship issues

    In this Authorship Discussion Document we look at existing guidelines, some basic principles to help prevent common problems and particular issues that need more nuanced consideration. The discussion helps form an answer to the question, what constitutes authorship?  …
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    Authorship

    problems How to recognise potential authorship problems guidelines Inconclusive institutional investigation into authorship dispute case discussion…
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    Ghost, guest, or gift authorship in a submitted manuscript

    …href="https://publicationethics.org/files/ghost-authorship-submitted-manuscript-cope-flowchart.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=132811">Ghost, guest, or gift authorship in a submitted manuscript Key points Suspend peer review if suspicion is raised about authorship Related resources How to recognise potential authorship
  • Seminars and webinars

    ISMTE webinar 2020: Transparency in the Publishing Process

    to Recognise Potential Manipulation of the Peer Review Process - How to Recognise Potential Authorship Problems
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    …-submitted-manuscript">Ghost, guest, or gift authorship in a submitted manuscript How to spot authorship problems How to recognise potential authorship problems Conflicts of interest/Competing…
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    Seminar 2021: Ethical authorship versus fraudulent authorship

    to recognise potential authorship problems flowchart How to handle authorship disputes: a guide for new researchers guidelines Authorship discussion document
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    China Seminar 2017: Identifying authorship: how hard can it be?

    …Download presentation: Identifying authorship: how hard can it be? [PDF, 2,109 KB]…
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    Case discussion: gift authorship

    …routinely add their name as senior author.  COPE guidance on the ethics of authorship includes a COPE Discussion Document on Authorship, How to Spot Authorship Problems, and How…
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    WCRI 2019: Responsible authorship

    COPE was invited to speak on responsible authorship in this panel discussion. Charon Pierson gave a view from COPE with an analysis of 134 authorship cases that have been submitted to COPE, by members, for discussion and advice. The qualitative analysis of cases related to authorship and contributorship reflects several broad categories of intentional and unintentional behaviours by…
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    North American Seminar 2019: In the aftermath of authorship violations in philosophy

    Michael Dougherty, Professor of Philosophy, Ohio Dominican University speaks about authorship violations in philosophy including: using pseudonyms in philosophy and how to avoid post-publication pseudonym surprises. why we should be concerned about plagiarism, types of plagiarism in philosophy and what are the options for whistleblowers? What editors and…
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    Redundant publication and a question of authorship

    …the authors must answer: how is it that the same work can be attributed to two apparently different groups of research workers at the same institution? What action should be taken?…
  • FORUM DISCUSSION TOPIC: Authorship, contributorship, who's doing what, and what do we need?

    Authorship issues are one of the most common issues that COPE members have to deal with. Leaving aside the ethically problematic issues of ghost, guest and gift authorship, seemingly simpler authorship disputes of for example, who deserves authorship, or what author order should be are very common across most disciplines. There a number of authorship
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    COPE authorship workshop February 2021

    authorship on two dates, at different times, to reach members in different time zones. The workshop will work through real cases raised by COPE Members to identify issues related to authorship and how to handle them.   Join us for the workshop where we'll…
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    COPE webinar 2017: Standards in authorship

    …">Ethical authorship vs fraudulent authorship COPE seminar session, 2021 Authorship discussion document How to handle authorship disputes: a guide for new researchers
  • Case

    Accusation of non-attribution of authorship

    In 2008, our journal published a specific series, and an author offered to write short introductions to a series of summaries of the management of various medical problems. One of the articles used a summary written by the complainant, who was fully acknowledged in the table accompanying the article written by his colleagues, but not included as an author. Two years after publication, he…

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