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Recognize, respond to, and prevent the publication of research misconduct

Editage Insights | Jun 10, 2014 | 7,405 views

As editors influence many fields through careful selection, review, and timely publication of quality journal articles, they must be able to recognize, respond to, and prevent research misconduct. To achieve this goal, speakers from prominent organizations shared views, findings, and useful resources in a session held at the Council of Science Editors (CSE) Annual Meeting, May 2013, Montreal. Remya Nambiar of Editage covers the event in a meeting report published in the Council of Science Editors' quarterly publication, Science Editor.

Citation:

Nambiar, Remya. "Recognize, Respond to, and Prevent the Publication of Research Misconduct." Science Editor 36 no. 3 (2013)

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