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Ethics of authorship

Amar Jasani


We were pleased to see Dr. Ganatra’s essay on the ethics of writing and publishing scientific papers. Some organisations have already instituted rules on authorship. We reproduce below an adaptation of the brief guidelines laid down by Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT) for its staff

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