How To Ensure Ethical Authorship When Collaborating As Researchers?
Avoid difficult situations with this effective case-based program that explains the authorship criteria and outlines ways to resolve common authorship issues in an ethical and responsible manner.
What you learn
The importance and need for ethical authorship
Common authorship criteria to consider while collaborating on projects
Who deserves to be credited as a co-author
How to deal with unforeseen changes in researcher roles or circumstances that may affect authorship
How to avoid communication lapses with co-authors and journals
How to prevent unethical authorship practices
The quest for innovation is uniting the world, with several scientific minds across the globe choosing to collaborate on research studies. However, it is not always clear how the credit is shared. This confusion or lack of awareness about authorship criteria, especially among early career researchers, often leads to difficult situations involving authorship disputes.
This training program introduces you to the basics of authorship criteria and address your questions and concerns through a series of handpicked scenario-based case studies. Each case study is supplemented with small quizzes so that you can assess your own clarity on the subject. The program also presents you with useful resources that every author should be familiar with.