Ethics in Scientific Publication: Plagiarism and other Scientific Misconduct

Al Lamki, Lamk
November 2013
Oman Medical Journal;Nov2013, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p379
Academic Journal
The author discusses ethics in medical journal publishing. He defines ethical manuscript as one which is free from any forms of scientific misconduct. He stresses the need of medical editors not to accept plagiarism and to be vigilant in taking steps to discourage it. He discusses many forms of unethical research such as fabrication and falsification.


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