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Cathy Griffin
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
JBJS STATS

    Approximately 2000 submissions annually

    More than half from outside US

    Acceptance rate approx...
Why Cross Check?


    Increasing detection of duplicate submissions
     and/or plagiarized material

    Limited resou...
How much is too much?


    “Redundant (or duplicate) publication is
     publication of a paper that overlaps
     subst...
CrossCheck Screening Results


    Less than 2% declined for egregious
     duplication of uncited publication(s)
Declined – No citations
CrossCheck Screening Results



    Approximately 3% returned for explanation,
     correction, additional citations and/...
Returned For Editing
CrossCheck Screening Results



    Follow-up studies and data mined studies get
     a pass
Accepted - Data Mining
Accepted - Follow Up Study
Summary of Findings


    Rate of declined manuscripts relatively low

    Authors are not uniformly educated on the
   ...
Goals Going Forward


    Increased scrutiny a deterrent

    Raising consciousness

    Decreased publication of plagi...
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CrossCheck in Use at the JBJS

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Cathy Griffin, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, on the CrossCheck Panel at the Annual Meeting 2009

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CrossCheck in Use at the JBJS

  1. 1. Cathy Griffin The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
  2. 2. JBJS STATS   Approximately 2000 submissions annually   More than half from outside US   Acceptance rate approximately 10%   Approximately 1000 active reviewers
  3. 3. Why Cross Check?   Increasing detection of duplicate submissions and/or plagiarized material   Limited resources   Editor fatigue
  4. 4. How much is too much?   “Redundant (or duplicate) publication is publication of a paper that overlaps substantially with one already published in print or electronic media.” (icmge.org)
  5. 5. CrossCheck Screening Results   Less than 2% declined for egregious duplication of uncited publication(s)
  6. 6. Declined – No citations
  7. 7. CrossCheck Screening Results   Approximately 3% returned for explanation, correction, additional citations and/or rephrasing
  8. 8. Returned For Editing
  9. 9. CrossCheck Screening Results   Follow-up studies and data mined studies get a pass
  10. 10. Accepted - Data Mining
  11. 11. Accepted - Follow Up Study
  12. 12. Summary of Findings   Rate of declined manuscripts relatively low   Authors are not uniformly educated on the subject   Research, research, research
  13. 13. Goals Going Forward   Increased scrutiny a deterrent   Raising consciousness   Decreased publication of plagiarized material

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