Project: Fostering Transparent and Responsible Conduct of Research: What can Journals do?

  • Mario Malički (Creator)



Since their origin in the 17th century, publications in scientific journals have become the foundation of scholarly communication. Yet the publication process itself, duties and responsibilities of editors, and the preparation of manuscripts for submission have gone through many changes. The current drive towards study registration, sharing of protocols, manuscript pre-print, full transparency of reporting and the use of reporting guidelines, data sharing, and study replication, are seen as the future of scientific communication and methods of preventing scientific misconduct and undesirable research practices.
Date made availableAug 1 2019
PublisherMendeley Data

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