Integrity and ethics in publishing research to avoid misconduct: an international perspective

Margaret Rees MA DPhil FRCOG -

Integrity is an essential aspect of research and publication. It ensures that information is conveyed truthfully and that the accuracy of the scientific record is maintained. Misconduct has many adverse consequences on human health, institutions and colleagues; and also wastes funders’ money. Research papers may be retracted and researchers themselves dismissed from institutions, sanctioned by regulatory bodies, or even imprisoned. Major misconduct issues include data fabrication and falsification, plagiarism, undertaking studies in humans without ethical approval and so on. The workshop will provide a case-based approach on the types of misconduct, the consequences, and how editors and publishers maintain the integrity of the scientific record.

Download the presentation

Room Carrick 1, 2 & 3
Time 11:30 - 12:45
Date Tuesday 5th June, 2018
Theme Research Integrity & Ethics
Style Workshop
Speakers Margaret Rees MA DPhil FRCOG -

Next:

Previous: