NRIN meeting for recent Research Projects

April 25, 2017
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Last modified: May 21, 2017

Recently the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw) granted several research projects in their program Fostering Responsible Research Practices.
As a current member of the community of Research Integrity researchers, it is very relevant to know what your colleagues are working on. Therefore, NRIN is organizing a seminar for researchers of recently funded research projects to meet and inspire each other and explore collaborations. This meeting will take place on April 25th, 2017 at the VU university in Amsterdam (room Agora 5, VU main building, third floor).

Researchers of (recently granted) research projects on research integrity in the Netherlands and several other European countries, are invited to this meeting. Did we miss some of your colleagues? Please let us know!

Read also the NRIN newsletter article about this meeting



9.30 Registration, coffee & tea
10.00 Opening by Prof. dr. Lex Bouter
10.10 Introducing funded research projects – round 1

11.10 Coffee & tea break
11.30 Introducing funded research projects – round 2

13.00 Lunch break
14.00 Subgroup discussions on RCR challenges
15.15 Coffee & tea break
15.45 Discussion: Fostering RCR in the project

The results of the research projects will contribute to fostering responsible conduct of research. But what can we do during our projects to foster RCR right from the start? How do you fulfil your duty as a role model? What do you think will inspire your colleagues in other research fields?
We will discuss these issues with a panel of young researchers in the field of research integrity. They are the intended future seniors and professors, how do they shape that future?16.45 Closing & drinks

17.30 Approximate ending


Registration closed. If you wish to be invited for a next meeting, please send us an email.

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