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Taking place in central London on 8 May, our 2019 conference gave an an update on the research integrity landscape, discussing the outcome of the House of Common’s Science and Technology Committee’s inquiry into research integrity, the revision of the Concordat to Support Research Integrity and other key developments. Keynote speakers discussed research integrity in the UK and international contexts, and also the vital role that leadership and team-building has in ensuring that research is high-quality and of high ethical standards.
Parallel sessions discussed developments in addressing research misconduct, enhancing the reliability and reproducibility of research, improving the reporting of clinical trials, and much more. A panel discussion closed the conference, drawing on a wide range of perspectives and expertise.
The conference also provided delegates the opportunity to discuss issues that matter to them and share their own experiences.
We have received excellent feedback on the event. We look forward to working on the topics and themes identified at the conference.
A selection of materials from the conference is available below. We will be adding further material to this page shortly.
Please note that speakers have requested that their presentations are not hosted on any institutional websites. Copyright of the presentation rests with the speaker and/or their institution, unless otherwise stated. Use of any presentation for commercial gain or purposes requires the prior permission of the speaker. Disclaimer: the views represented are not necessarily those of the UK Research Integrity Office.
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