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Research Integrity Blog

Feb
1
2012

Consultation on new MRC good research practice guidance

The Medical Research Council is currently revising its principles and guidelines on good research practice and is seeking views on the draft document, available here. The MRC would particularly welcome views on whether the new principles and guidelines provide the right level of information and are clear and comprehensive, as well as views on any […]

Jan
26
2012

General Medical Council: new guidance on raising concerns

The General Medical Council has issued new guidance for doctors on raising and acting on concerns about patient safety. The new guidance comes into effect on 12 March 2012. From the GMC website: ‘The guidance explains when doctors need to raise concerns and advises on the help and support available to them, including how to […]

Jan
19
2012

Times Higher Education reports on BMJ-COPE research misconduct conference

Times Higher discusses the recent one-day conference on research misconduct held by the British Medical Journal and the Committee on Publication Ethics. We welcome the support shown for the work of UKRIO at the meeting and the consensus that more needs to be done to promote good research conduct and address questionable practices and misconduct. […]

Jan
19
2012

Nature calls for more action on research misconduct in the UK

Nature calls for the UK Government and research funders to do more to address research misconduct. Nature: Face up to fraud

Jan
16
2012

BMJ Group Blogs discusses approaches to research misconduct and promoting research integrity

Liz Wager of UKRIO and the Committee on Publication Ethics discusses if approaches to addressing research misconduct should be based on major cases or more common ‘questionable research practices’ – behaviours which can be just as harmful as the so-called ‘scandals’, if not more so. She also explores how institutions must promote good research practice […]

Jan
13
2012

Science discusses different national approaches to research integrity

Following the recent BMJ-and COPE-sponsored meeting on research misconduct, Sara Reardon of Science examines the current situation in the UK and other countries, and the various mechanisms adopted to deal with them. Science: UK Looks for Way Through Misconduct Maze We welcome the support shown for the work of UKRIO at the BMJ/COPE meeting and […]

Jan
13
2012

Nature reports on BMJ/COPE research misconduct conference and its strong support for UKRIO

Nature discusses the issues raised at the recent high-level meeting on research misconduct organised by the British Medical Journal and the Committee on Publication Ethics. The article highlights the problems discussed by delegates and the consensus that the work of UKRIO must be supported. Nature: British science needs ‘integrity overhaul’

Jan
13
2012

British Medical Journal survey on scientific misconduct

The British Medical Journal reports on its recent survey of more than 2,700 researchers. The survey results show a worryingly high level of alleged research fraud. British Medical Journal: Scientific misconduct is worryingly prevalent in the UK, shows BMJ survey The survey data was disclosed at a meeting organised by BMJ and the Committee on Publication […]

Jan
11
2012

Associated Press reports on allegedly fraudulent red wine research

The Associated Press reports that a researcher who has published work on the benefits of red wine to cardiovascular health has been accused of including falsified data in many papers. Associated Press: Red wine researcher accused of falsifying data

Jan
11
2012

Nature discusses a Chinese university’s approach to research misconduct

Nature News discusses a Chinese university’s approach to research misconduct: Nature: Research ethics – Zero tolerance

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