Ending the retraction stigma: Encouraging the reporting of errors in the biomedical record

Research Ethics 17 (2):251-259 (2019)
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Retractions are on the rise as a result of a surge in post-publication peer review and an emboldened anonymous whistle-blowing movement. Cognizant that their brand may be damaged as a result of not...



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