Publishing ethics

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This module gives editors an overview of the central concepts of publication ethics and point out some things to look out for when editing a journal. It presents the guiding principles of scholarly publishing in relation to ethics, and highlights the roles that editors play in safeguarding the scientific record. Examples of the most common types of scientific misconduct are shown and the resources available to support editors dealing with ethical issues are provided.

 

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Agnieszka Freda
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Publisher overlooking a set of Psychiatry journals at Health and Medical Sciences Elsevier team. With Elsevier since 2013. Driven by love for science and knowledge dissemination. Karate blackbelt, mother of 2.

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Catherine Carnovale
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Cat joined the STM publishing team in Amsterdam in 2018 after stepping out of the lab from a postdoctoral position in Italy. Cat holds a PhD in applied physics from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, for her research in nanobiotechnology. Now based back in Australia, she works as a Publisher on a computer science portfolio looking after a group of health technology and digital security journals.

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