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  • 1. Knowledge Access: The Role of Scientific Attribution Martin Fenner Department of Hematology, Hemostaseology, Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation
  • 2. Proper assigning of credit for scholarly work requires the ability to uniquely identify specific contributors to research.
  • 3. Proper assigning of credit for scientific work requires the ability to uniquely identify specific scientific contributions. 304 ea twice a post-treatmeD thereh beshared Confidentialityan publishingorsharingd thisarticleprovidespractica minimisingriskstopatientprivac Consentforpublicationofappropriately datashouldideallybesoughtfromparticipa research Directidentifierssuchaspatients’namesshouldbe removedfromdatasets;datasetsthatcontainthreeormore indirectidentifiers,suchasageorsex,shouldbereviewed byanindependentresearcherorethicscommitteebefore beingsubmittedforpublication Citethisas:BMJ2010;340:c181 doi: 10.1136/bmj.c181
  • 4. In order to create the scholarly record, scientific contributions have to be unambiguously assigned to specific contributors.
  • 5. Text Systems that measure and evaluate scientific contributions can and should be separate from the databases that hold the scholarly record.
  • 6. Tools that measure scientific impact should focus on reuse.
  • 7. Credit systems for scientific contributions should be reevaluated on a regular basis.
  • 8. In Summary … ? Other ? Other Other ID Researcher Other ID Researcher Careful balance of costs and benefits. Regular reevaluation Researcher ORCID Evaluation Open Bibliography researchers scientific contributions Publication CrossRef DOI Data DataCite DOI 01001001101010101011 10110010101010101010 10101010100101010100 10101010101010101010 10100000101111110101 01000101010100010010 01001001001010010010 00100100100100100100 10010100100111100100 ? Other Evaluation EvaluationDiscovery
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