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C 10 - Ethical traps in publication: how to avoid them from concept to achievement
Education General Radiology Professional Issues
Thursday, February 28, 14:00 - 15:00
Room: C&T 3
Type of session: Coffee & Talk (open forum)
Topic: Education, General Radiology, Professional Issues
Moderator: R. G. H. Beets-Tan (Amsterdam/NL)

Chairperson's introduction
R. G. H. Beets-Tan; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives

1. To discuss ethical issues around the study and during the review process of a scientific paper.
2. To become familiar with the definition of plagiarism, scientific misconduct etc., and to understand its impact for authors and journals.
3. To learn about publication ethics and international vs national regulations.
4. To understand the different approaches to original scientific and review papers.

Ethical aspects during conception of a study
F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT
Learning Objectives

1. To understand when the Ethical Committee approval is necessary.
2. To know when signed informed consent is necessary and when it is waived.
3. To learn methods for presenting data to patients.

What to think about when writing a paper
L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
Learning Objectives

1. To learn the best ways to construct a successful paper that will most probably be published.
2. To understand the critical thinking approach to knowledge.
3. To learn the main differences between scientific papers and review papers, and their relevance.

Ethical issues during peer review
Y. Menu; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about the most common ethical issues encountered during peer-review and how they can be detected.
2. To become familiar with the definition of plagiarism, verbatim copy, scientific misconduct and honorary/ghost authorship.
3. To build a simple check-list in order to tackle ethical issues as a reviewer.
4. To understand the potential outcome of ethical issues for the authors and for the Journal.

Ethical problems in scientific publishing
M. Kowalczuk; London/GB
Learning Objectives

1. To become familiar with Committee on Publication Ethics core practices and guidelines.
2. To understand how editors handle publication ethics issues that arise in journals.
3. To learn how editors collaborate with research institutions in handling allegations of misconduct.
4. To know how to prepare a manuscript to cover the ethics aspects of the research.

Open forum discussion
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