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Guest and Ghost Authors and Other Contributors.  

Annette Flanagin

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department chairs, and mentors have been given guest, or honorary, places in the byline even though they have not met all the criteria for authorship . However, this custom is not acceptable because it devalues the meaning of authorship . 17 , 19 , 22 , 24 The ICMJE guidelines state specifically that acquisition of funding and general supervision of the research, alone without other contributions, are not sufficient for authorship . 5 Such supervision and participation should be noted in the Acknowledgment ( see 5.2 Acknowledgments. 5.2 , Acknowledgments). Guest authors

Group and Collaborative Authorship.  

Annette Flanagin

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participants should not be promised authorship status and a place in the byline merely for performing activities that alone do not qualify for authorship (eg, cooperating in a study, collecting data, attending a working conference, lending technical assistance). However, performing any of those activities in addition to writing or critically revising the manuscript and approving the version to be published would be sufficient to merit authorship ( see 5.1.1 Authorship : Definition, Criteria, Contributions, and Requirements. 5.1.1 , Authorship : Definition, Criteria, Contributions

Social Media.  

Annette Flanagin

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articles should follow the same ethical norms, standards, and responsibilities outlined in this section and others in chapter 5.0 Ethical and Legal Considerations 5 . Blog posts should be managed as are traditional journal opinion pieces and letters and should follow the guidelines on authorship , duplicate publication, conflicts of interest, intellectual property, confidentiality, protecting patients’ rights to privacy, and libel. Journals should review social media posts to ensure that text, images, and multimedia in posts adhere to the policies of the social media

Authorship: Definition, Criteria, Contributions, and Requirements.  

Annette Flanagin

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authors to complete a statement of authorship responsibility based on the ICMJE guidelines and to indicate their specific contributions from a checklist based on the ICMJE authorship criteria and empiric data from studies of authorship and author contributions. This statement is required for authors of all types of manuscripts, including editorials and letters to the editor 12 (see Box Box 5.1-2. The JAMA Network Journals Authorship Responsibility, Criteria, and Contributions Statement 5.1-2 ). The JAMA Network journals use an authorship form for authors to indicate

Ethical and Legal Considerations  

Annette Flanagin

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5.1 5.1 Authorship Responsibility. Authorship Responsibility 5.1.1 5.1.1 Authorship : Definition, Criteria, Contributions, and Requirements. Authorship : Definition, Criteria, Contributions, and Requirements 5.1.2 5.1.2 Guest and Ghost Authors and Other Contributors. Guest and Ghost Authors and Other Contributors 5.1.3 5.1.3 Unsigned Editorials, Anonymous Authors, Pseudonymous Authors. Unsigned Editorials, Anonymous Authors, Pseudonymous Authors 5.1.4 5.1.4 Number of Authors. Number of Authors 5.1.5 5.1.5 Order of Authorship and Shared Positions

Manuscript Preparation for Submission and Publication  

Cheryl Iverson

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Cities, States, Counties, Provinces, and Countries. Names of Cities, States, Counties, Provinces, and Countries 2.2 2.2 Author Bylines and End-of-Text Signatures. Author Bylines and End-of-Text Signatures 2.2.1 2.2.1 Authors’ Names. Authors’ Names 2.2.2 2.2.2 Authorship . Authorship 2.2.3 2.2.3 Academic Degrees. Academic Degrees 2.2.4 2.2.4 Multiple Authors, Group Authors. Multiple Authors, Group Authors 2.3 2.3 Author Footnotes. Author Footnotes 2.3.1 2.3.1 Order of Footnotes for Print or PDF Page. Order of Footnotes for Print or PDF

Period.  

Cheryl Iverson

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numeral when enumerating paragraphed items. The completed authorship form required by the journal included the following sections: 1. Authorship responsibility, criteria, and contributions 2. Confirmation of reporting conflicts of interest and funding 3. Acknowledgment statement Lists may be run into the text or set off by numbers or bullets ( see 18.5 Enumerations. 18.5 , Numbers and Percentages, Enumerations). However they appear, the question of end punctuation arises. Some simple guidelines : ■ If the list consists of sentence fragments, use

Disclosure of Editorial Practices, Procedures, and Policies.  

Annette Flanagin

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y material • Specific requirements for categories of manuscripts (eg, reports of original research, reviews, letters, editorials, or journal-specific features) and any reporting guidelines • Technical submission information (eg, figure file types and sizes, video format and sizes) Requirements for Manuscript Consideration and Publication • Policies on authorship , contributions of authors, access to data, and acknowledging assistance • Policy on expectation of originality of submitted manuscript and notification of duplicate or closely related

Correspondence (Letters to the Editor).  

Annette Flanagin

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original articles and all related letters. Authors of letters should complete authorship forms, disclose conflicts of interest, and complete publishing agreements. Journals may edit accepted letters for content, length, clarity, grammar, style, and format. Authors should review and approve changes that alter the substance or tone of a letter or response. For journals that publish online-only letters or comments, these postings may be reviewed to verify that they meet the journal’s guidelines and requirements for such postings, determine that they contribute substantially
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Requirements for Authors.  

Annette Flanagin

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an Authorship Form with a section for disclosure of potential conflict of interest that is based on the questions included in the ICMJE universal disclosure form. To help authors avoid incomplete, inaccurate, or inconsistent disclosures, each time an author answers “no” to the questions about potential conflicts of interest, a pop-up message appears asking if the author is certain that “no” is the correct answer and if the author’s answer is consistent with disclosures in recently published articles. 7 The JAMA Network journals do not publish these Authorship Forms
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Types of Works and Copyright Duration in the United States.  

Annette Flanagin

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corporate authorship , 95 years from publication or 120 years from creation, whichever expires first 1924 through 1963 Published with notice but copyright was not renewed h None. In the public domain due to copyright expiration 1924 through 1963 Published with notice and copyright was renewed h 95 Years after publication date 1964 through 1977 Published with notice 95 Years after publication date 1978 to March 1, 1989 Created after 1977 and published with notice 70 Years after death of author. If work of corporate authorship , 95 years
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Ownership and Control of Data.  

Annette Flanagin

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provide data available on request for examination by the editors or peer reviewers ( see 5.4 Scientific Misconduct. 5.4 , Ethical and Legal Considerations, Scientific Misconduct). For example, the JAMA Network journals require all authors to complete an authorship form that includes the following as part of their authorship responsibility statement: If requested, I shall produce the data on which the manuscript is based for examination by the editors or their assignees. In addition, for reports that contain original data (eg, research articles, systematic reviews

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