Posted Wed, Jul, 18,2012
Clinical Medicine Insights: Blood Disorders has formally joined the Committee on Publishing Ethics.
COPE provides guidelines that are applied in situations such as where plagiarism allegations are made against a paper. By becoming a COPE member there can be no doubt amongst authors of questionable papers that journals will apply commonly accepted industry-standard guidelines. In more difficult cases Editors in Chief and Associate Editors will have access to COPE's advisory group.
Membership of COPE reflects our commitment to providing Clinical Medicine Insights: Blood Disorders readers and authors with highly professional and well organised scholarly publishing and research.
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