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Since May 2020, UKRIO began holding monthly webinars on research integrity and related issues. Speakers from UKRIO and invited experts will explore topics such as publication ethics and authorship; research data; implementation of the Concordat to Support Research Integrity; research ethics; consent in research; and research integrity training.
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.
This webinar brought together representatives from the sector to discuss a new report, Research Integrity: a landscape study, that was published in June 2020 by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
The study, carried out by Vitae with support from the UK Research Integrity Office and the UK Reproducibility Network, sort to understand what different pressures and incentives (positive and negative) exist in the research ecosystem, and how they affect researchers’ behaviour in the context of research integrity.
Publication ethics involves many different areas. In this webinar, our speakers focused on three of the most pressing and problematic, outlining issues researchers and their institutions need to be aware of, discussing problems that can arise, and providing guidance on how to address these.
Our May webinar gave a sector update on the ongoing work on research integrity and research culture in the UK.
Terms and conditions for UKRIO event bookings can be found here.
UKRIO is following the advice of Public Health England (PHE) and the UK Government. All UKRIO events will be conducted virtually until further notice. Support and services that the charity normally provides face-to-face are being delivered through other means.