Analysis of 10 pieces by neurologist Dr Paul McCrory, who quit the Concussion in Sport Group, suggests he may have copied other work without proper attribution
A neurologist who resigned from a global sports concussion organisation amid allegations of plagiarism in a medical journal editorial has been accused of copying material in other articles without attribution.
If the allegations in the story are true, they are deeply disturbing – especially given the roles of Dr Paul McCrory and his contentious positions on concussion. We have included links to 20 related items.
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McCrory was editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine at the time his editorial was published.