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BMJ Group Blogs discusses approaches to research misconduct and promoting research integrity

Jan
16
2012

Liz Wager of UKRIO and the Committee on Publication Ethics discusses if approaches to addressing research misconduct should be based on major cases or more common ‘questionable research practices’ – behaviours which can be just as harmful as the so-called ‘scandals’, if not more so. She also explores how institutions must promote good research practice and support their researchers in achieving those standards and not just focuss on reacting to concerns about bad practice.

Liz Wager: Do we need to rethink our approaches to research misconduct and research integrity?

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