Research integrity: how can we support and protect early-career researchers in cases of scientific misconduct?

Research integrity: how can we support and protect early-career researchers in cases of scientific misconduct?



Webinar: 22nd March 2021, 15:00 CET 14:00 GMT 10:00 EDT

Introduction

During this time of crisis, when policymakers and citizens are listening closely to the advice of scientists, trust in the integrity of research and scientific evidence has never been more important.  Policymakers and the public must have confidence that scientists have acted with honesty, and have adhered to principles of rigour, transparency and openness in conducting their research.  But what happens when there is apparent scientific misconduct, such as when early-career researchers observe more senior colleagues possibly engaging in falsifying data or fabricating results?  What processes are in place to address potential problems of malpractice?  What actions might be taken, at individual, institutional and government levels to facilitate the process of investigation and, where necessary, protect those involved? 

Join our expert panel to explore the answers to such questions.


Our panellists

The webinar is chaired by Professor Ole Petersen MAE, Vice-President of Academia Europaea.


About the webinar

The event is open to all across the world and free to attend.  You, the audience, will be able to interact with the panellists through Q&A.

This event is a partnership between: Academia Europaea, the Young Academy of Europe, SAPEA and the European Group on Ethics.


Background

Baruch Fischhoff, Barry Dewitt, Nils-Eric Sahlin along with Alex Davis have a published a paper entitled ‘A secure procedure for early career scientists to report apparent misconduct’. This paper sets the scene for our webinar.


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