Briefing paper: RI: what it means, why it is important and how we might protect it
In this briefing paper Dr Maura Hiney, Chair of the Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity, gives …
Medical research in the Netherlands is likely to get stuck. This is evident from a series of group interviews with medical researchers at all stages of their careers. Especially the unwritten rule that PhD-candidates should publish at least four articles, creates great pressure on all concerned. There is hardly any time to apply the gained knowledge in practice.
The report is in Dutch.
Title: Publicatiedruk bij medisch-wetenschappelijk onderzoek
Authors: Tijdink JK, Maclaine Pont CA, de Jonge JFM
Den Haag, Rathenau Instituut (2015)
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