Ethics of Medical Publishing & Authorship
- AMWA (American Medical Writers Association)
Resource page for Medical ethics. There is a definition of ethics on the page, plus links to several resources.
- World Association of Medical Editors
Resource page for publication and research ethics. Comprehensive resource on the ethics of medical publishing, the resource page is annotated and describes what is available at each link.
- Harvard Medical School
Faculty Policies on Integrity in Science. Links to authorship guidelines, guidelines for attribution, and also research ethics guidelines.
- International Committee of Medical Journal Editors
Links to several discussions on authorship and medical publishing ethics.
JAMA's instructions for authors. Page links to some fairly comprehensive discussions of authorship issues and the different roles authors may play in a publication.
- Online Writing Lab at Purdue University
Brief guideline to plagiarism and how to avoid it in writing.
- Georgetown University Honor Council
http://honorcouncil.georgetown.edu/whatisplagiarism or http://honorcouncil.georgetown.edu/system/policies
Discusses plagiarism in a Q&A format and a link to the Georgetown University scholarly research and academic integrity tutorial.
- VirtualSalt by Robert A Harris
Lists practical strategies for how to recognize and avoid plagiarism for students and educators.
- Long Island University Students' Guide to Plagiarism
Another brief guideline to plagiarism and how to avoid it in writing.
- Indiana University Writing Tutorial Services
Pamphlet on how to recognize and avoid plagiarism.
- University of Southern California Student Affairs Office
Quiz for students on possible sanctions for plagiarism and other issues of academic integrity.