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Rules for authorship must be clarified – The Ethics Blog (Pär Segerdahl | April 2018)

Published/Released on April 11, 2018 | Posted by Admin on June 22, 2018 / , , , ,
 


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Recently, I wrote a post on honorary authorships in the academia. When I in that post tried to render the ICMJE criteria for academic authorship, I felt dull since I could not figure out how to express in my own words the fourth criterion:

When national bodies and institutions are thinking about articulating their criteria for authorship this is a useful read. We have included links to a dozen or so other useful authorship reads.

”Agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved.”

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To count as an author of an academic publication, it is not sufficient to contribute to the research, to drafting or revising the intellectual content of the text, and to approve the final version. You must also satisfy this fourth criterion, which has to do with responsibility for research misconduct.
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