• Recommendations for the Investigation of Research Misconduct by ENRIO (2019)35 Pages

    Table of contents: Preamble, Recommendations for the Investigation of Research Misconduct, Code of Conduct, Definition of research misconduct and other unacceptable/irresponsible practices, Setting up or improving a Research Integrity (RI) system, Conflict of interest, Composition and competence of investigation committees, Transparency versus confidentiality, Receiving allegations or concerns including guidance, Handling allegations, Appeal or second opinion, Sanctions and follow-up, Dissemination and communication during and after an investigation, Cross-boundary allegations/investigations, How to learn from each other. Acknowledgements, Appendix.

  • Research Integrity statement of cooperation by Russell Group (2018)https://russellgroup.ac.uk/policy/policy-documents/research-integrity-statement-of-cooperation/

    The Statement is intended as a set of principles regarding the approach to managing the review of cross-institutional research misconduct allegations. It is not intended to direct how the review process itself is conducted as this is dictated by the relevant institutions policies.

  • Misconduct Investigation Procedure by UKRIO (2008)http://ukrio.org/publications/misconduct-investigation-procedure/

    Table of contents: Foreword, Procedure for the investigation of misconduct in research, Part A Background for the use of the Procedure, Part B Preparatory steps, Part C The Procedure, Annexes.

  • A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for New Editors by COPE (2016)7 Pages

    Table of contents: Background/structure, Initial assessment of journal when you take over, Relations with the outgoing editor, Relations with the other editors/editorial board, Relations with authors, Transparency, The submission system, Relationship with reviewers, The peer-review process, Can editors publish in their own journal?, Editorial independence/relation with publisher/journal owner, Commercial issues, Responding to possible misconduct/inappropriate behaviour and dealing with complaints, Closing remarks

  • Research Integrity in the Nordic countries – national systems and procedures by Nordforsk (2014)29 Pages

    Table of contents: What does the global scene look like, Responsible conduct of research and procedures for handling allegations of misconduct in Finland, The situation in Norway, Research integrity: Guidelines and procedures in Iceland, Building a framework for research integrity in Denmark at the national, institutional and individual levels, Research misconduct in Sweden: The system and the problem, Science communication and research integrity. . Concluding remarks and reflections emerging from the Nordic seminar on research integrity organised by NordForsk in Oslo, April 2014

  • Movie: How to become an ethical scientist by University of Leidenhttps://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/news/2016/03/film-how-to-be-an-honest-scientist

    Scientists are regularly confronted with questions of integrity. A new film teaches students how to handle this issue.

  • Blog: Retraction watchhttp://retractionwatch.com/

    Retraction Watch is a blog that monitors and reports on retractions from scientific journals. Managed by scientist writers, the blog holds researchers and journals accountable by keeping track of their activities.

  • Co-ordinating Committee for Facilitating International Research Misconduct Investigations by OECD and GSF16 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction and Background, Objectives of the Committee, General principles for conducting investigations in international settings and practical guidelines, Sharing information and establishing networks, Annex

  • The Lab – Interactive Movie on Research Misconduct by ORIhttps://ori.hhs.gov/thelab

    In "The Lab: Avoiding Research Misconduct," you become the lead characters in an interactive movie and make decisions about integrity in research that can have long-term consequences. The simulation addresses Responsible Conduct of Research topics such as avoiding research misconduct, mentorship responsibilities, handling of data, responsible authorship, and questionable research practices

  • Policy for Dealing with Alleged Research Misconduct in Applications Made to the HRB3 Pages

    Table of contents: Background, Scope, Policy, Initial Action, Contact with the Complainant, Contact with the Institution, HRB Action

  • HRB Guidelines for Host Institutions on the Handling of Allegations of Research Misconduct5 Pages

    Table of contents: Background, Definitions of Research Misconduct, Host institution policy and procedures, Essential content of the host institution policy and procedure, Stages of the investigation process, Right of appeal, Final decision, Possible sanctions

  • Sharing of Information Among Editors-in-Chief Regarding Possible Misconduct by COPE (2015)3 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, Background, Guidance, References

  • Guidelines for retracting articles by COPE (2009)6 Pages

  • Cooperation between research institutions and journals on research integrity cases by COPE (2012)9 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, Scope, Background principles, Defining misconduct, Recommendations for cooperation between research institutions and journals, References

  • National systems for handling cases of research misconduct by The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation (2013)24 Pages

    Table of contents: Background, Definition of research misconduct, National legal instruments regarding research misconduct, Institutions involved in handling cases on research misconduct, Procedure for handling cases on research misconduct, Transparency and confidentiality in cases on research misconduct, Positive elements and challenges in systems for handling cases on research misconduct, Annex A-B

  • Responsible Research Data Management and the Prevention of Scientific Misconduct by Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science (2013)84 Pages

    Table of Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Responsible Research Data Management, Integrity in Scientific Research, Preparation for Scientific Research in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and during researcher training, Summary

  • The Danish Committees on Scientific Dishonesty – Decisionshttp://ufm.dk/en/research-and-innovation/councils-and-commissions/the-danish-committees-on-scientific-dishonesty/decisions

    Here you can find decisions from the Danish Committees on Scientific Dishonesty in anonymised form.

  • The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) – Case Summarieshttps://ori.hhs.gov/case_summary

    This page contains cases in which administrative actions were imposed due to findings of research misconduct.

  • Good Research Practice by The Swedish Research Council’s expert group on ethics (2011)131 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, About his book, What ethics dictate and the law demands, About research - What, why, how and for whom?, Ethics and other approval review, Handling of research material, Research collaboration, Publishing research results, Other roles of the researcher, Research misconduct and Key documents researchers should be familiar with.

  • Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Member Organisations by Science Europe (2016)50 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, The Survey: Rationale and Methodology, Summary of the Survey Results, Raising Awareness of Research Integrity, Research Integrity Training, Strengthening Collaboration and Monitoring Mobility, Sanctions.

  • Investigating Research Misconduct Allegations in International Collaborative Research Projects by OECD (2009)14 Pages

    Table of contents: Introduction, Boilerplate Text for International Collaborative Research Projects, Requirements for misconduct investigation agreements in international research collaborations, Overarching Principles for Investigating Research Misconduct Allegations in International Collaborative Projects, Procedures for Investigating Research Misconduct Allegations in International Collaborative Research Projects, Communication Strategy.

  • European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity by ESF and ALLEA (2011)24 Pages

    Table of contents: Foreword, Executive Summary (The Code, The Principles of Research Integrity, Misconduct, Good Research Practices), The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (The Code of Conduct, Background and Elucidation, Guidelines for Good Practice Rules, International Collaborative Research), Annexes, ESF Member Organisation Forum on Research Integrity and list of members, ALLEA Standing Committee on Science and Ethics and list of members

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