Research Integrity Seminars: Resources
Research Services runs seminars on a range of research integrity themes as detailed below. Copies of past presentations and audio podcasts of these talks are available from the right-hand menu.
|27 June||How to foster and assess research integrity: new tools/projects||Professor Nicholas H. Steneck, University of Michigan|
|28 June||Improving, expediting and tracking informed consent||Professor Nicholas H. Steneck, University of Michigan|
|11 October||EQUATOR Network: promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies||Professor Douglas Altman, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford|
|25 October||International research collaborations: much to be gained, many ways to get into trouble||Professor Melissa Anderson, Professor of Higher Education and Affiliate Faculty, Center of Bioethics, University of Minnesota|
|8 November||Good practice in research collections and biobanking||Dr Jane Kaye, Director of HeLEX-Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies, University of Oxford|
|22 November||Research integrity and publication ethics||Dr Sabine Kleinert Senior Executive Editor, The Lancet and Vice-Chair of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)|
|6 December||The ethics of collaborative global health research||Professor Michael Parker, Professor of Bioethics and Director of the Ethox Centre, University of Oxford|
|22 September||Research integrity and publication ethics||Dr Harvey Marcovitch, Chairman of Committee for Publications Ethics, Associate Editor of BMJ|
|6 October||EQUATOR network - promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies||Professor Douglas Altman, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford|
|20 October||Who cares about research integrity?||Dr Mark Sheehan, Oxford Bioethics Network|
|4 November||Questionable research practices and how to respond to them||Professor Nick Steneck, US Office of Research Integrity and University of Michigan|
|17 November||Conflict of Interest: The Bugle Boy of Company B||Professor George Ebers, Action Research Professor of Neurology, University of Oxford|
|1 December||An international perspective on the responsible conduct of research||Dr Paul Taylor, University of Melbourne|
These seminars were supported by funding from the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre.