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UKRIO annual conference – 23 May 2014

UKRIO is pleased to open delegate registration for the second annual conference for our subscribers, taking place on 23 May 2014 in central London. Speakers from UKRIO and other experts in research integrity will discuss how to promote and sustain good research practice and how to avoid common issues and pitfalls, drawing on UKRIO’s unique and extensive […]


One-day workshop 1 April 2014 – ‘Authorship: Promoting good practice and resolving disputes’

UKRIO is pleased to open delegate registration for our upcoming workshop ‘Authorship: Promoting good practice and resolving disputes’, taking place on 1 April 2014 in central London Facilitating good practice in authorship is often challenging. Different disciplines have different norms, while the requirements of academic journals can vary a great deal. Career pressures can encourage […]


How should institutions report the outcomes of research misconduct investigations?

UKRIO established standards for reporting the outcomes of misconduct investigations in our Procedure for the Investigation of Misconduct in Research (2008). A central component of the Procedure is how to make appropriate disclosures to regulators, funders, professional bodies, partner organisations, journals and participants. The Procedure recommends when a case generates wider interest and media coverage, […]

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