Wednesday, 30th July 2014

Publication Integrity & Ethics (PIE) was developed over a decade ago to address several areas of concern and promote real editorial freedom.Read more.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Examined documents

PIE Highlights
You are invited to join the Publication Integrity and Ethics as one of its founding members. PIE offers free membership to all interested individuals. Read more.
As an Editor-in-Chief Member you will play a central role in shaping the organisation; you will benefit from the many and varied facilities the P.I.E. Read more.
The Publication Integrity and Ethics intends to publish a special peer-reviewed periodical that will publish short debate articles in science. Read more.

Australian Press Council. General Statement of Principles. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Balster RL. Reviewing Manuscripts for Scientific Journals. PARINT: Publishing Addiction Research Internationally. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Brown T. Conflicting Interests, Bias, and Scientific Publishing. International Centre for Alcohol Policies. (Website accessed on January 2013)

Council of Science Ed. CSE's White Paper on Promoting Integrity in Scientific Journal Publications. (Website accessed on May 2013)

Callahan ML, Journal Policy on ethics in scientific publication. Annals of Emergency medicine 41:82-89, 2003. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Clinical trials reporting – Association of American Medical Colleges. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Code of Practice for Research – UK Research Integrity Office (Website accessed on August 2013)

Ethics in Research and Publication – Elsevier. (Website accessed on May 2013)

Ethical standards for research involving human participants – Oxford Brookes University. (Website accessed on August 2013)

Good Clinical Practice – Imperial College London. (Website accessed on August 2013)

Good medical practice – General Medical Council (UK). (Website accessed on August 2013)

Good research conduct code – Research Councils UK. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Good practice in research and Consent to research – General Medical Council (UK). (Website accessed on June 2012)

Hames I. Peer Review and Manuscript Management in Scientific Journals: guidelines for good practice. Wiley Online Library 2007. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Human Subjects in Research – UK Research Integrity Office (website accessed on August 2013)

International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals: Writing and editing for biomedical publication. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Moher D, Jadad AR. How to peer review a manuscript. British Medical Journal. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Online Research Ethics – Office of Research Integrity. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Publication & Peer Review – UK Research Integrity Office. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Research Misconduct – UK Research Integrity Office. (Website accessed on August 2013)

Research Grants Program Office. Conflict of Interest and Professional Activities Policy. (Website accessed on January 2013)

Research integrity and ethics – University of Oxford. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Research Integrity – Research Councils UK. (Website accessed on August 2013)

Research integrity – National Health and Medical Research Council. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Research Ethics and Integrity – The University of Sheffield. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Roberts LW, Coverdale J, Edenharder K, Louie A. How to Review a Manuscript: A “Down-to-Earth” Approach, Academic Psychiatry, 28:2, Summer 2004. (Website accessed on May 2013)

Rockwell S. Ethics of Peer Review: A Guide for Manuscript Reviewers. U.S. Department of Health and Human Service - Office of Research Integrity. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Standards and Operational Guidance for Ethics Review of Health-Related Research with Human Participants – World health Organization. (Website accessed on June 2012)

Tesser A & Martin L:  Reviewing Empirical Submissions to Journals. Measurement Research Methodology Evaluation Statistics (MRES). (Website accessed on May 2013)

Use of Animals – UK Research Integrity Office. (Website accessed on August 2013)

UK clinical trials regulations - Medical Research Council. (Website accessed on August 2013)

World Association of Medical Editors: Ethics of Peer Review: A Guide for Manuscript Reviewers. (Website accessed on May 2013)

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