• Think. Check. Attend. Choosing the right conference to attend and present your research.https://thinkcheckattend.org/

    Think. Check. Attend. is an initiative that aims to guide and assist researchers and scholars to judge the legitimacy and academic credentials of conferences in order to help them decide whether to or not attend the same.

  • Think. Check. Attend. Choose the right journal for your research.https://thinkchecksubmit.org/

    Think. Check. Submit. is a campaign to help researchers identify trusted journals for their research. It is a simple checklist researchers can use to assess the credentials of a journal or publisher.

  • A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for New Editors by COPE (2016)7 Pages

    Table of contents: Background/structure, Initial assessment of journal when you take over, Relations with the outgoing editor, Relations with the other editors/editorial board, Relations with authors, Transparency, The submission system, Relationship with reviewers, The peer-review process, Can editors publish in their own journal?, Editorial independence/relation with publisher/journal owner, Commercial issues, Responding to possible misconduct/inappropriate behaviour and dealing with complaints, Closing remarks

  • Movie: How to become an ethical scientist by University of Leidenhttps://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/news/2016/03/film-how-to-be-an-honest-scientist

    Scientists are regularly confronted with questions of integrity. A new film teaches students how to handle this issue.

  • Authorship in scientific publications by Scientific Integrity Committee of the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences (2013)30 Pages

    Table of contents: Background, Analysis of existing authorship guidelines, Recommendations on authorship and Appendix.

  • International standards for editors and authors, documents by COPEhttp://publicationethics.org/node/11184

    Position statements setting out international standards for responsible research publication for editors and authors.

  • Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals by ICMJE (2018)19 Pages

    These recommendations are intended primarily for use by authors who might submit their work for publication to ICMJE member journals.

  • Blog: Retraction watchhttp://retractionwatch.com/

    Retraction Watch is a blog that monitors and reports on retractions from scientific journals. Managed by scientist writers, the blog holds researchers and journals accountable by keeping track of their activities.

  • The Lab – Interactive Movie on Research Misconduct by ORIhttps://ori.hhs.gov/thelab

    In "The Lab: Avoiding Research Misconduct," you become the lead characters in an interactive movie and make decisions about integrity in research that can have long-term consequences. The simulation addresses Responsible Conduct of Research topics such as avoiding research misconduct, mentorship responsibilities, handling of data, responsible authorship, and questionable research practices

  • COPE Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers (2013)5 Pages

    Table of contents: Expectations during the peer-review process, Expectations post review

  • Guidance for Editors: Research, Audit and Service Evaluations by COPE (2014)1 Pages

    Table of contents: Guidance for Editors: Research, Audit and Service Evaluations

  • Text recycling guidelines for editors by BioMed Central (2016)5 Pages

    Table of contents: How can editors deal with text recycling?, When should action be considered?, What action should be taken if text recycling is discovered?

  • Sharing of Information Among Editors-in-Chief Regarding Possible Misconduct by COPE (2015)3 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, Background, Guidance, References

  • Journals’ Best Practices for Ensuring Consent for Publishing Medical Case Reports: guidance from COPE (2016)5 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, General principles, Information to be collected in publication consent forms, Examples of forms for consent to publication of cases and relevant guidance,

  • Responsible research publication: international standards for authors by L. Wager, S. Kleinert (2010)6 Pages

    A position statement developed at the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity, Singapore, July 22-24, 2010

  • How to handle authorship disputes: a guide for new researchers by COPE (2003)3 Pages

    Content: How to reduce the incidence of authorship problems, How to handle authorship disputes when they occur, What you can do if authorship issues are not resolved, Key concepts in authorship

  • Guidelines for retracting articles by COPE (2009)6 Pages

  • Cooperation between research institutions and journals on research integrity cases by COPE (2012)9 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, Scope, Background principles, Defining misconduct, Recommendations for cooperation between research institutions and journals, References

  • Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing by COPE (2015)3 Pages

    16 Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing

  • Code of Conduct for Journal Publishers by COPE1 Pages

  • Responsible Research Publication: International Standards for Editors by S. Kleinert, L. Wager (2010)10 Pages

    A position statement developed at the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity, Singapore, July 22-24, 2010. This article gives information about editorial principles (Accountability and responsibility for journal content, Editorial independence and integrity, Editorial confidentiality, General editorial policies, Editorial policies relevant only to journals that publish research in humans or animals and Editorial Processes).

  • Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors by COPE (2011)12 Pages

    Table of contents: General duties and responsibilities of editors, Relations with readers, authors, editors, editorial board members, journal owners and publishers, Editorial and peer review processes, Protecting individual data, Encouraging ethical research (e.g. research involving humans or animals), Dealing with possible misconduct, Ensuring the integrity of the academic record, Intellectual property, Encouraging debate, Complaints, Commercial considerations, Conflicts of interest. ,

  • Guidance for researchers on retractions in academic journals by UKRIO, COPE (2010)6 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, Contents and suggested distrubution, Standards for retractions, corrections and expressions of concern, The responsibilities of researchers, organisations and authors, Further information.

  • A Guide to ethical writing by Michael Roig54 Pages

    The primary purpose of this instructional resource is to identify the various types of unethical writing practices and to derive a set of guidelines to prevent individuals from committing them.

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