On July 5 2022 NRIN co-organizes an afternoon symposium to mark the end of the National Survey on Research Integrity (NSRI)
The project, funded by ZonMw’s Fostering Responsible Research Practices programme, was designed as a tool to estimate the prevalence of research misbehaviours, research misconduct and responsible research practices, as well as potential explanatory factors and their associations with these behaviours across disciplines and academic ranks. The project aims to better inform research performing organizations and other stakeholders within the research system, such as research funding organizations, of research integrity topics that require particular attention, thereby facilitating evidence based change in research integrity initiatives and policies.
This symposium is open to all researchers with an interest in research integrity, as well as relevant stakeholders within the research system. The event will be held in English and presentations will be recorded, with videos being made available through NSRI and NRIN’s YouTube channel after the event.
The symposium will take place in hybrid form: on location at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam, and through live streaming. (If Covid-19 circumstances demand, the symposium will be held online only as a live streamed event)
Moderator: Jeroen de Ridder, former chair of the Netherlands Young Academy
|13:35||Keynote Lecture: The importance of research in a changing scientific world|
|14:05||Key findings of the NSRI and implementation year|
|14:30||Good supervision and mentoring: a key part of responsible research cultures|
|14:55||Safeguarding research in the Open Science era|
|15:20||Break (30 min)|
|15:50||Why diversity is important to research integrity|
|16:15||Changing researcher assessment: international developments|
|Noémie Aubert Bonn|
|16:40||Panel discussion moderated by Jeroen de Ridder|
|Event Date||Tuesday 05-07-2022 01:00 pm|
|Location||Hybrid: on location/online|