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.

2011

DateSubjectSpeaker
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

2010

DateSubject Speaker
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

2009

DateSubject Speaker
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.