NPO Radio1 interview with Joeri Tijdink on the effects of the contemporary publication culture on professional behavior (in Dutch)

Last modified: February 9, 2018

In this short interview (Dutch language) Joeri Tijdink, a researcher at the VUmc, talks about his dissertation on the effects of the contemporary publication culture on professional behavior. According to Tijdink a ’publish or perish’ research climate often provokes types of sloppy research of which most researchers are not even aware. He makes a case for better education and mentorship on what it means to be a responsible scientist.

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