Ethical Hypothetical: Pitfalls in Publishing

Ethical Hypothetical: Pitfalls in Publishing

Before you submit that abstract, make sure you get buy-in from all potential authors.

The Case: Ima Author, the scientific lead for educational company Educational Innovations in Ophthalmology, was thrilled to learn the Society for the Advancement of Macular Biology of the Americas had accepted the abstract she submitted for a poster presentation at the upcoming SAMBA conference. Ima immediately calls to share the good news with Ethan Ethical, the CME director for Rocky Mountain Medical School, the accredited provider for the educational initiative that

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