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Information on selected past UKRIO events can be found below.
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. Feedback on the event was very positive and we look forward to working on the topics and issues identified at the conference.
Speakers included Andrew Miller, former Chair of the House of Commons Science & Technology Select Committee, Dr Philip Campbell, Editor-in-Chief of Nature, and Professor Bernard Silverman, Chair of UKRIO and the Home Office Chief Scientific Adviser.
A selection of presentations and other materials from the conference is available here.
May 2014 saw the second annual conference for UKRIO subscribers and invited guests. Speakers from UKRIO and other experts in research integrity discussed how to promote and sustain good research practice, drawing on UKRIO’s unique and extensive experience. The conference provided a forum for delegates to discuss the issues which mattered to them and share their own experiences, as well as seek advice from UKRIO.
Presentations and other materials from the conference are available here.
Facilitating good practice in authorship is often challenging. Different disciplines have different norms, while the requirements of academic journals can vary a great deal. Career pressures can encourage researchers to cut corners and disputes over authorship can be difficult to resolve. This workshop focused on the discussion of good practice in authorship and how to promote high standards within institutions
Information on the inaugural annual conference for UKRIO subscribers.