Good Authorship Practices


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Dissemination is a key component of the research process. It involves sharing the findings and outcomes of research with a wider audience, both within the academic community and beyond.

There are multiple facets to Good Dissemination Practices including, but not limited to,

  • Honestly reflecting an individual’s actual contribution - The University’s Research Integrity Policy states that publication related misconduct includes “Claiming undeserved authorship; Denying authorship to contributors” (p.5).

In this recording, Dr Seán Lacey, MTU’s Research Integrity & Compliance Officer outlines Good Authorship Practices aligning with local, national and international requirements, with anonymous interactive polling on actions to address potential challenging authorship dilemmas.

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