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  1. General guidelines for research ethics

    General guidelines for research ethics Research is of great importance – to individuals, to society and to global development. Research also exercises considerable power at all these levels. For both these reasons, it is essential that research

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  2. Co-authorship in the social sciences, law, theology and the humanities

    Co-authorship in the social sciences, law, theology and the humanities Writing in partnership with others can be rewarding. Responsible discussion among colleagues about the production of a jointly authored piece of writing can improve its

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  3. Authorship and co-authorship in medical and health research

    Authorship and co-authorship in medical and health research Authorship is one of the most controversial topics in medical research ethics. Accusations of unjustified authorship are the most frequent cause of investigations into dishonesty in

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  4. The Vancouver Recommendations

    The Vancouver Recommendations The Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals (commonly referred to as the Vancouver Convention) were drawn up by the International Committee of Medical

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  5. Co-authorship in Mathematics, Science and Technology

    Co-authorship in Mathematics, Science and Technology Mathematics, Science and Technology (MST) research is so broad in scope, approach and organisation that it is impossible to distil into a single formula. It encompasses everything from single

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  6. The Vancouver Protocol

    The Vancouver Protocol Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals ("The uniform requirements"). Issued by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). The

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