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In May 2015, UKRIO held the third annual conference for its subscribers. The event addressed three underlying themes: how to support a culture of good research practice and provide appropriate researcher development; how to respond when problems arise; and stimulating debate on research integrity.
Representatives from UKRIO and other expert speakers discussed how to respond to common issues and pitfalls and provided an update for new developments within the sector. Initial feedback on the event was very positive and we look forward to working on the topics and issues identified at the conference.
Selected materials from the conference are available below. Further material will be added shortly.
UKRIO’s study into the publication of annual research integrity statements, carried out by Dr Elizabeth Wager, was covered by Nature twice, by Research Professional (paywall) and by others. A report on the study will be published shortly and we will use it, along with the discussions at the conference, to inform the development of guidelines to help UKRIO members with these statements. The next phase of our research will analyse the available annual statements to share information about the reporting of other topics recommended by the Concordat, including activities to “support and strengthen understanding and application of research integrity issues”.
A selection of materials from the conference is available below:
Our conferences are invitation-only events, primarily for those research organisations which have chosen to subscribe to UKRIO.
If you are interested in attending our 2016 annual conference, please contact us. If you are not sure if your organisation is a subscriber, a list can be accessed here. If your institution would like to learn more about the benefits of supporting UKRIO, please contact us.