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Avoiding ethics issues in academic publishing

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This webinar covers the common types of ethics issues which can arise in academic publishing. You will also become equipped so that you can recognize and avoid them. And it goes through an overview on when, why, and how we can issue a Retraction notice, a Correction notice, or an Expression of Concern notice.

There is also a discussion on the responsibilities of authors and editors in ensuring the integrity of the scholarly record. Also the session touched upon on authorship issues, permissions & consent, self-citation & text-recycling.

This session continued the Taylor & Francis Researcher Webinar Series 2023.

About the speaker

Shay O’Neill joined Taylor & Francis’s Publishing Ethics and Integrity team in 2018. He provides specialist advice and support on ethical, research integrity, and policy matters to our editorial teams and authors. Shay also promotes awareness and the consistent application of ethical principles and best practice in publishing. 

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Shay O’Neill

Research Integrity Manager at Taylor & Francis Group

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