A core part of publication ethics is that when published research is affected by errors or misconduct, it must be corrected. This webinar explains both, the process of fixing errors and misconceptions about corrections, focusing on journal articles, and answering the questions:

  • Who decides what needs to be corrected?
  • What are the responsibilities of editors, journals, research institutions, and authors?
  • How are corrections done and what form do they take?
  • How do readers know when work has been corrected?
  • What are the barriers and solutions to correcting the scholarly literature?

Our expert speakers, including Gráinne McNamara (Research Integrity / Publication Ethics Manager, Karger) will draw on their experience in handling corrections and developing editorial policies.

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