Ethics of Peer Review: A Guide for Manuscript Reviewers Case studies - Guide for the Discussion Leader

TitleEthics of Peer Review: A Guide for Manuscript Reviewers Case studies - Guide for the Discussion Leader
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2005
AuthorsRockwell, S
Corporate AuthorsUnited States, Office of Research Integrity,
Pagination11 p.
Date Published07/2005
PublisherYale University School of Medicine
Publication Languageeng
KeywordsMEDICINE , Peer review , SCIENCE
AbstractThe 12 case studies presented in the Powerpoint presentation have been developed to illustrate ethical questions related to peer review. Each case was written so as to focus on a specific issue or set of issues. Some cases reflect very minor concerns that can be readily addressed, others raise concerns which require action on the part of the reviewer, and others raise very significant ethical issues. The cases are purely fictional, as are the researchers. Each case is outlined briefly in one or two slides. The next slide for each case lists some issues that should be considered. This guide brings in some additional elements that might be used to broaden or enhance the discussion of each case.
URLhttp://ori.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/guide.pdf
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