The Concordat to Support Research Integrity
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Research Ethics Support and Review
Code of Practice for Research
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This guidance documents explores good
In collaboration with COPE this guidance is intended
to raise awareness of the proper criteria for retractions.
We asked Jana Christopher, a image integrity analyst, a series of questions about her work.
A useful list of resources relating to predatory journals and publishers.
A page explaining what pre-proof and pre-press articles are.
An extensive resource page covering everything you need to know about authorship.
A resource page on academic image integrity.
How can peer review support research integrity?
When an authorship dispute is more than it seems. This case study version is for trainees.
Is it plagiarism?
This case study version is for trainees.
Is it plagiarism?
This case study version is for trainers.
When an authorship dispute is more than it seems. This case study version is for trainers.
Matt Hodgkinson, Research Integrity Manager, UKRIO. In this video, Matt focuses on key topics in publication ethics and authorship in research.
Mrs Susan Veldsman, Director: Scholarly Publishing, Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf).
Dr. Irene Hames, Independent Advisor on research integrity, research publication and publication ethics, discusses the important issue of authorship in research.
Dr Alexandra Freeman, described the thinking behind Octopus and how it is designed to incentivise good science rather than good storytelling.
Prof Dorothy Bishop discussed how the registered reports publishing model contrasts with conventional publishing, and what the benefits are for authors and for science in general.
Professor Chris Chambers, Cardiff University.
Chris Graf, Director of Research Integrity at Wiley, covers, what publishers are doing that helps researchers and universities to amplify research integrity by adopting new kinds of transparency.
Suzanne Farley, PhD, Research Integrity Director, Springer Nature.
Deborah Proff, discusses the continuum of research integrity and publication ethics by scholars from the perspective of an active scholarly academic.