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Thu 6 Jun 2024
10:00 - 12:00

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Research Integrity for postgraduate students: exploring case-studies and best practice (in-person face-to-face)
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Thu 6 Jun 2024
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Description

Researchers are often faced with dilemmas and questions which put their integrity at risk. In these situations, how do you decide what is important for you and how to stay close to your values while protecting your integrity and respecting the relevant professional codes of conduct? Our self-taught online research integrity module introduces the basic research integrity concepts.

This workshop facilitates further discussion of the case studies introduced in the moodle course and explores the questions and challenges researchers face in their research practice. We will share hints, tips, and resources and encourage participants to reflect on and share best practice and their experiences.

Target audience

This workshop is aimed at postgraduate research students. It is open to research staff, including technicans, research assistants and postdoctoral researchers.

Prerequisites

'Research Integrity: an introduction (online self-paced)' module should be completed prior to attending this follow up workshop.

Sessions

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Thu 6 Jun   10:00 - 12:00 10:00 - 12:00 Student Services Centre, New Wing Seminar Room map Dr Sinead Healy
Topics covered

Research Integrity; Good Research Practice; Research Misconduct

Objectives

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Summarise the core principles and practices of research integrity;
  • Distinguish between research integrity, research misconduct, and questionable research practices;
  • Develop an awareness of the variety of factors that influence research behaviour and your own responsibilities related to these factors;
  • Relate the researcher responsibilities set out in the UUK Concordat to support Research Integrity in specific research integrity cases;
  • Discuss and defend alternative courses of action regarding research integrity issues that occur in the conduct of research;
  • Evaluate what good research practice means in the context of your own work
Format
Presentations, case studies, and discussion
Duration

two hours

Frequency

x2 term

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