ABC of authorship: aims, banes and credits

Nayak, Barun K.; Moreker, Sunil; Pawar, Deepti
December 2005
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology;Dec2005, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p223
Academic Journal
The article discusses authorship. It emphasizes the advantages of publishing a work in a peer reviewed indexed journal. It highlights the importance of granting authorship to the researchers who have made contributions for a particular publication. It offers information on the guidelines formulated by the international committee of Medical Journal Editors for granting authorship.


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