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Publication policy

The plans for publication should be set out here; specifically who will be responsible for articles. Often, this takes the following form:

The investigators will be involved in reviewing drafts of the manuscripts, abstracts, press releases, and any other publications arising from the study. The chief investigator will have final approval of manuscripts Authorship should also be planned in advance. The standard practice is to follow the guidelines such as the Vancouver Protocol from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. This sets out regulations about what level of involvement is necessary to constitute an author and is discussed further in Chapter 12. The recommended paragraph is:

Authorship will be determined in accordance with the Vancouver protocol and other contributors will be acknowledged

Acknowledgement is normally made at the end of research publications, thanking other people who have been involved but who have not made a contribution significant to constitute an author. Funders are usually recognized in acknowledgement sections too.

Further information about authorship, editorship, peer review, and conflicts of interest, including the Vancouver protocol, is available on the website for the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors www.icmje.org.

References

Finally, any references given in the protocol should be provided here in full reference format.

 
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