What the event covered
One of the most common concerns we hear researchers express are around issues of Authorship. A researcher’s career is built on their ideas and contributions to the scholarly record, so it is crucial that authorship has been attributed properly, or that all contributors to an article understand the requirements and responsibilities of authorship.
When that does not happen, it can slow down the publication process, or even result in ethics investigations & retractions.
This webinar explained:
How we define authorship for Taylor & Francis journals, including the responsibilities of the author and corresponding author.
How to recognize and avoid problems with ghost authorship, gift authorship, and even authorship for sale.
How to define and declare any competing interests behind your authorship.
The Taylor & Francis policy on Artificial Intelligence and authorship.
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Gain a clear understanding of how we define and handle authorship disputes in our journals. You’ll also feel more equipped on how to avoid problems with authorship in your articles & how to solve them should you find yourself in a situation of concern.
This webinar is part the Taylor & Francis Researcher Webinar Series 2023.
About the speaker
Dr Fulu Akinduro-Aje is a Research Integrity Manager within the Publishing Ethics and Integrity Team at Taylor and Francis, Journals. She provides investigative support and advice on research ethics and integrity cases, and contributes to the continuous improvement of editorial processes and policies.
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