Peer review

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  1. Should we have had author consent for a randomised controlled trial of a peer review?

  2. Retrospective correction: how far back do we go?

  3. Contacting Research Ethics Committees with concerns over studies

  4. Inadequate reporting of a trial, despite earlier rejection from a different journal

  5. Lack of trial registration leads to new concerns about study conduct and ethical review/approval

  6. Case of figure duplication and manipulation involving two journals

  7. Ethical peer review in a changing and challenging scholarly publication world — Dr Irene Hames, Editorial and Publishing Consultant, COPE Council Member 2010–13
    Presentation

    Cynthia Clerk - 30th Oct 2017

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  8. What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript

    Dom Mitchell - 26th Oct 2017

    Download "What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript" flowchart (PDF, 155KB) Back to main flowcharts page Resource type Resource Media Download "What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript" flowchart PDF,155KB ...

  9. An analysis of peer review cases brought to COPE from 1997-2016

    Dom Mitchell - 26th Oct 2017

    [PDF, 100Kb- click image to download] Resource type Resource Resource category Research COPE Research 2017 Summary [PDF, 100Kb- click image to download] Classifications Ethical review/approval Peer review processes Peer review Peer review ...

  10. Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: May 2018

    Sarah Gillmore - 14th May 2018

    Starting the conversation: Outcomes from a research integrity workshop for research institutions, editors and publishers On April 25th members of the Russell Group Integrity Forum met with members of COPE on the campus of the University of Birmingham, UK ...