Wiley publishing company has produced the 2nd edition of guidelines to support all those involved in scholarly publishing with a summary of best practice guidance. The guidelines are written for societies, editors, authors, librarians, students, funders, corporations, and journalists.
This resource covers topics such as research integrity, research ethics in journal articles, editorial standards and processes, copyright and intellectual property. Editors in Cochrane Review Groups may find these guidelines useful in their everyday work, especially in their responsibility of ensuring research integrity and preventing misconduct in the production of Cochrane Reviews.
- Understand a publisher’s perspective on publishing ethics
Authors who contributed to the first edition of these ethics guidelines, upon which the second edition is based: Lise Baltzer, Caroline Black, Alyson Bowman, Suzan Fiack, Andrew Robinson, Diane Scott-Lichter, and Elizabeth Wager.