Correction of the literature, corrigenda & errata

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  1. No study’s perfect: a cross-disciplinary analysis of published errata

    Cynthia Clerk - 30th Oct 2017

    Mistakes in research are inevitable, and publishing corrections is vital for the integrity of the literature. These errata rarely require a retraction, and are therefore considered a lesser concern. This perception might be wrong, however, because the act ...

  2. Sloppiness or deception?

  3. Definition of plagiarism?

  4. Author dispute over internal report

  5. Multiple failure to declare a relevant conflict of interest

  6. Correcting errors versus privileged information

  7. Extensive publication errors. Should we 're-publish'?

  8. How to correct a published paper

  9. Identifying patient information published in a figure

  10. Legal issues in corrections, retractions and expressions of concern — Mark Seeley, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Elsevier
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    Cynthia Clerk - 28th Oct 2017

    Download presentation: Legal issues in corrections, retractions and expressions of concern   [PDF, 100KB] Resource type Resource Media Watch video Download presentation:Legal issues in corrections, retractions and expressions of concern PDF, 100KB Downloa ...

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