Founded in 1993
  Year: 2003 | Volume: 11 | Issue: 3 | Pages: 211-212
  Educational Paper
  The scientific authorship is based on creativity and originality. Apart from being the means for the attribution of the credit, the authorship also comprises the responsibility and accountability, and it is also the basis for evaluation of scientists. Because of steady rise in the number of multiauthored articles in biomedical sciences, the problem of undeserved authorship has emerged. Since the false authorship undermines the very basis of the publication ethics, the scientific community has undertaken measures for the prevention and remedy of such a highly unethical issue.
  Key words: Authorship; Publishing; Science; Research; Ethics
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