Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Members Organizations / Survey Report

Last modified: May 22, 2017

Whilst the ultimate responsibility for good research practice lies with the individual researcher, it will only flourish in an environment that embraces research integrity and where there is an understanding that safeguarding research integrity is a shared task.

This report presents the results of a survey among Science Europe Member Organizations, undertaken in 2014. Interestingly it takes a more holistic approach to what research integrity is and how it can be promoted. In total the report gives a clear overview of the measures that Science Europe Member Organizations are undertaking to protect and encourage research integrity, and it includes a long list of recommendations for the future. Special attention is given to questions about training and raising awareness.

Publication

Title: Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Members Organizations / Survey Report
Authors: Boehme O, Föger N, Hiney M, Peatfield T, Petiet F (2016)

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