Allegations of Research Misconduct

 | Post date: 2018/11/27 | 
The publisher and editors of Health Education and Health Promotion are reasonable in identifying and preventing the publication of papers where research misconduct has occurred, including plagiarism, citation manipulation, and data falsification/fabrication. In doing so, Health Education and Health Promotion follows COPE’s guidelines in dealing with allegations using software such as iThenticate. 

The committed COPE guidelines are as follows:

- Cooperation between research institutions and journals on research integrity cases: guidance from the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) 
- Retraction guidelines 
- Guidelines for the Board of Directors of Learned Society Journals 
- Sharing of Information Among Editors-in-Chief Regarding Possible Misconduct 
- How to deal with text recycling 
- A short guide to ethical editing for new editors 
- Guidance for Editors: Research, Audit and Service Evaluations 
- COPE Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers 
- How to handle authorship disputes: a guide for new researchers 

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