Important update! NRIN Symposium 2021
On December 14 NRIN's annual symposium will take place (9:50-17:00 CET). We would like to inform you on two little updates with regard to the program, and it's speakers, and the form and location of our event. Firstly, still having to deal with major restrictions, we changed our symposium to a full online event. This means that participants who registered to join us on location, will receive a link too. Secondly, we decided to skip the sessions, resulting in a full plenary program and an update on the speakers presenting. Our apologies to those who choose the sessions Tilburg cirriculum PhD's by Dasha During and Education in Research Integrity for PhD students in Europe by Shila Abdi (if you are interested in this latest talk, on our YouTube channel, you can watch the video of Shila Abdi presenting her research during our RI lunchmeeting in June 2021).
As communicated earlier, this year's NRIN symposium focusses on research integrity in education. We did our very best to list a diverse and international group of experts on this topic, such as Mike Kalichman from the University of San Diego and Tristan McIntosch from Washington University School of Medicine. For the full list of speakers and talks, check the program below (also available in PDF). If you want to have an additional impression on what to expect, check out the video's in our Library or visit our YouTube channel for more video content.
Register via the link in our Calender.
We look forward to an inspiring day with new insights and interesting debates!
|10:40-11:30||Mariette van den Hoven||Empowering RCR through education/training|
|11:30-12:15||Joeri Tijdink||Supervision in academia: lets make things better|
|12:45-13:30||John Pearson||Mind the GAP: an online tool on Good Academic research Practices|
|13:30-14:15||Nathalie Evans||Virtue training|
|14:15-15:00||Krishma Labib||Resesarch integrity education - Guidelines for research institutions|
|15:15-16:00||Tristan McIntosh||Development and evaluating ethics education programs|
|16:00-16:45||Mike Kalichman||Research Integrity: aligning interventions with goals|