Interactive Seminar Research Integrity in Innovation and Impact

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New Challenges for Research Integrity Research Integrity in Innovation and Impact

International collaborations are now arguably the norm, ‘open’ research is driving particular behaviours and is more frequently an expectation from funders of research, and a generation of new researchers who grew up with the power of the internet and big data is entering the research workforce. As a result, the way we influence or foster research cultures towards responsible conduct and research integrity is also changing.
Event:Research Integrity in Innovation and Impact
Period:December 2020
Venue:**** Hotel in Berlin, Germany
Price:998.00* Normal Price
Booking number:S-2509
Customer contact:Neha Mathur
+49 (0)30 80 20 802 - 2518
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Striving More Responsible Research and Combating Research Misconduct
Applying knowledge and research findings from other fields provide new insights into the motivations behind research misconduct and can lead to responsible research through mechanisms like education and effective policy. The interactive seminar will explore the application of these new research findings to develop new and better solutions to address research integrity.

What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?

  • What is open data and what are methods and access towards transparency in research
  • Replication, reproducibility and research waste and the levers that can be used to encourage further and deeper consideration by researchers
  • Better ways of managing research misconduct, including its operationalization in norms and standard operating procedures
  • The importance of embedding education on responsible conduct of research into institutions and evidence on how this can be delivered in the most effective way
  • Ways we should conduct research so that the end-users of our research – governments, industry and the public - can trust and use the findings to ensure integrity in innovation and impact
  • Institutional assessment of researchers

Who is this seminar for?

Directors, Heads of Departments and Units, Managers, Officers and other members of staff in Higher Education Institutes (HEIs), Research Institutes and University Hospitals responsible for:

  • Research evaluation
  • Research and transfer support
  • Research governance
  • Monitoring of research outputs
  • Research integrity and research ethics
  • Quality management in research
  • Research and development
  • Innovation and valorisation

From the following departments:

  • Vice Rector for Research, Quality, Development, Strategy
  • Quality Unit/Office/Department
  • Planning and Controlling
  • Evaluation and Monitoring
  • Dean’s Offices on Faculty/College/School Level
  • University Library
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