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임기 2020-01-01 ~ 2021-12-31
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연구분야 이비인후과학
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설립구분 기타 설립일자 1947-08-30
설립목적
											학회 창립 및 설립 목적 – 1947년 8월 30일 이비인후과학과 두경부외과학의 발전과 회원 상호간의 친목을 도모함을 목적으로 학회창립을 의결, 1954년 6월 전문의제도 도입, 1958년 인턴 레지던트제도 법령화, 1960년 전문의고시를 실시 하였다. 1956년 12월 15일 임시총회에서 학회지발간을 의결, 1958년 6월15일 '耳鼻咽喉科'(K.M.A. Journal of Otolaryngology)라는 잡지명으로 학회지를 창간하였다. 1957년 4개의 지방지부를 발족하여 결속력 강화와 독자적인 업무 및 학술활동을 수행하였다. 학회발전 –의료상황 발전으로 회원관리를 체계화하고 규모도 팽창하여 총무,학술,재무,고시,편집부로 업무를 분담하였고 귀의날을 제정, 국민행사로 발전시키고 국민보건향상에 이바지하였으며 지부의 활동도 활성화하였다. 이후 분과학회가 창립되었고, 1962년 아.태 대한이비인후과학회, 1966년 국제대한이비인후과학회 등 여러 국제학회의 회원국이 되었다. 학회전환-1975년 제50차학술대회정기총회에서 이사장제도 신설을 의결, 회칙을 개정하여 원활한 학회업무 수행을 도모, 다양하고 전문화된 학회업무를 관장함으로써 학회발전의 전환기를 맞게되었다. 1976년 의료보험확대 실시안이 국회에서 통과된 후 이비인후과에 대한 의료보험 적용 진료행위 및 수가와 관련하여 일본,미국 등을 분석, 정부에 보고하여 회원들에게 많은 기여를 하였다. 또한 수련교육에 변화를 주어 전공의 학술활동의 질적 향상에 기여하였고 1973년 전문의 시험 관리가 대한의학협회로 이관됨에 따라 출제와 전형 등 본학회의 자율권이 신장되어 고시부를 신설, 고시업무와 전공의 수련교육을 담당하게 하였다. 학회성장-1983년 대규모 국제학술대회 개최를 시작으로 다양한 세계학술대회를 개최하였고 전공의 연수교육을 체계화는 등 다양한 발전을 이루었다. 1984년에는 보험부를 신설, 정부의 의료보험 정책에 효율적으로 대처하였다. 학회도약-1991년 학회사무실을 매입하였고 11개 상임이사로 확대 개편하였으며 회무집행의 폭을 넓히기 위하여 지회, 분과학회 등과 유기적인 협조체제를 이루도록 하였고 종합학술대회도 개최하였다. 논문발표 급증으로 학회지를 1995년 월간으로 증편, 발행부수는 2,000부로 늘어났으며, 학회소식란을 회원들의 관심도를 높였다. 1997년 학회지 투고규정을 밴쿠버형식으로 개정, 게재논문을 전산화하였다.
										
연구윤리제정일 2008-05-01 원문서비스url www.jkorl.org / www.e-ceo.org
연구윤리내용
										Publication Ethics Statement of Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

The following publication ethics statements apply to all research papers including original articles, reviews and case reports, published by <Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery>, the official journal of the Korean Society of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. It aims at suggesting principles and direction regarding responsibility of researchers and reviewers when submitting, reviewing and publishing journals, thus preventing unfair practice and securing ethicality in publications.

Authorship
 Authorship credit is based only on having made a substantial contribution to the published work by virtue of meeting all the following four criteria: Conception and design of project or analysis of the manuscript data; Drafting or critically revising the content of the manuscript submitted for publication; Giving final approval of the version to be published, and; agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved. All three criteria four be met for an individual to be listed as an author or co-author on a published paper. Please note that other criteria, which do not qualify an individual for “author status”, include the following: Supplying funding or other resources; Collecting data (only); General supervision of the research group, and being departmental chair or division chief.

Ethics
 Manuscripts that include information obtained from human or animal research must include (in the text or an appropriate footnote) verification of the review and approval of the appropriate institutional research oversight committee for the work that is reported. The cover letter must also state if the manuscript contains any portion that may be regarded as redundant or duplicate information, defined as a paper, data tables, or figures that overlap substantially with already published information. We endorse the principles embodied in the Declaration of Helsinki (1964) and expect that all investigations involving human materials have been performed in accordance with these principles. For animal experiment, “the Guiding Principles in the Care and Use of Animals” approved by the American Physiological Society have to be observed. The Editor-in-Chief has the right to reject a manuscript if research misconduct is suspected. All Editors, Editorial Board members, and publisher’s staff at Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery take great responsibility to ensure that the highest ethical publication standards are maintained by assisting in safeguarding the medical scientific literature against fraudulent publications. Please note manuscript submissions are now submitted for plagiarism detection through iThenticate. Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery’s policy is based on the “Guidelines on Good Publication Practice” published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) or International Committee of Medical Journal of Editors (ICMJE). All corresponding authors need to submit a written oath for research and publication of ethics and authors can find more definite information about a written oath in the website (www.kjorl.org).

 Authors should confirm that the submitted work is not under consideration or accepted for publications elsewhere, and would not be submitted in any other journals after acceptance. Duplicate publication, which includes ‘imalas publication’, ‘plagiarism’, and ‘salami publication’, is strictly not permitted. If a significant error in their journals is identified, authors should notify promptly the journal editor to correct or retract the paper in the case of critical error.

 The Editorial board may call for an explanation for allegations if receiving reports about misconduct and unethical behavior of authorship, and related authors have rights to state their opinions on the demanded aspects. Additionally, editorial board makes it a rule to exclude the reviewers who are engaged in the same organization with the authors in order to obtain the justice of peer review. 

Processing of publication ethics infringement

For identifying or informing misconduct and unethical behavior, our decision about the breach will be made by in-depth consultation with the Research Ethics Committees.
 The Research Ethics Committees consists of six members, including the editor-in chief, editorial manager, editorial secretary and three directors (otology, rhinology, head and neck). The papers scheduled to be published are reviewed by the ethics committee in accordance with ethics rules every two months, and extraordinary sessions are convened at any time with issue. 

In cases of suspected misconduct, related sufficient information would be collected for deciding infringement, and if discipline is needed, authors may be given the opportunity to respond to any allegations.

By recognizing as violation of publication ethics, the editorial board might take actions to the authors as follows:

1) A letter to the authors covering the misconduct and educating the ethics.
 2) A official letter to the head of the author’s department or funding agency.
 3) Publication of a formal notice of the editor-in-chief detailing the misconduct and discipline on our website for a month.
 4) Imposition of a formal embargo on contributions from the responsible authors for three years.
 5) Formal retraction or withdrawal of the publication from the journal.
 6) Reporting the case and outcome to a National Research Foundation of Korea and Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies.


The editorial board has carried out education programs regarding accurate publication ethics during the national congress annually, and has incorporated a plagiarism screening service, “CrossCheck”, into the submission system focusing on prevention of the publication ethics violation rather than the corrective action itself.
										
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