Scientific integrity has become a major topic of concern amongst funding agencies, governments and even the public, in response to major misconduct scandals and public scientific failures. Within our University we have an overarching approach towards integrity – the House of Integrity – which focusses on multiple aspects of integrity including business, social, teaching and scientific integrity. We have also developed several tools and programmes to further increase awareness of integrity topics in our community. Therefore we would like to bring the Scientific Integrity Programme to your attention again.
In this Reflective Practice workshop our goal is to provide researchers with: Skills, reasoning abilities and strategies for applying scientific integrity principles (honesty and scrupulousness, reliability, verifiability, impartiality, independence and responsibility) and standards in our own contexts to variety of situations.
The next workshops will be held on 8 June and 23 September 2021 at the U Parkhotel. Visit the CTD-webpage to sign up.
If you want to know more about the programmatic approach of building a House of Integrity you can find all available information, a toolbox, course calendar and more on the integrity platform of the UT.