Maintaining the integrity of orthopaedic literature

By Maureen Leahy

AAOS addresses use of unethical practices in publishing

What do plagiarism and duplicative publishing have to do with orthopaedic surgeons? Plenty, it seems. Instances of these practices in orthopaedic circles have increased in recent years, putting the integrity of the scientific literature at risk.

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