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600+ in attendance for April’s webinar


This morning’s ‘An Introduction to Research Integrity’ webinar was well attended with over 600 delegates for the virtual event.

Dr. Jessica Butler spoke about how institutional policies and incentives drive research integrity, and how early career researchers can improve research culture.

Irene Hames shared the important issue of authorship in research: the issues researchers face in getting appropriate credit for their research contributions, the impact problems and disputes can have on their lives, professional and personal, and what can be done to help avoid problems arising.

Few tweets:

“A really fantastic seminar on research integrity this morning with three great speakers ( and how lucky we are to have one of them @JessButler284  here @aberdeenuni helping us grapple with these tricky issues)”

“such a stimulating webinar from @UKRIO on Research Integrity: ideas and resources from @irenehames and @JessButler284 and much to think about for our prof doc communities @TaviAndPort”

“…Oof there was so much fantastic material from @JessButler284 at @UKRIO research integrity event. But I really want to draw attention to something that came up in Q&A: “How do you stay optimistic?” I ask myself this question a lot, and Jess’ response was perfect…”

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