Seeking Solutions in Research Integrity: A View from All Perspectives
The free, one-day national conference will bring together multiple stakeholders – researchers, institutions, publishers, funders, scientific societies, the press, and federal agencies – to discuss concerns in research integrity from different perspectives and to reflect on current efforts being taken to address these concerns. A broad collaboration between multiple partners in the research community will lay the foundation to detail next steps in fostering changes to enhance integrity in research.
Sunday, September 23, 2018
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
The Blackwell Inn and Conference Center
The Ohio State University
Questions to be addressed:
- How can institutions use the NASEM Report on Fostering Integrity in Research to effect positive change?
- What can institutions do to create a more effective environment for scientists to perform research reflecting the highest standards of research integrity?
- How can senior research leaders help their universities manage complex research misconduct matters:
- What are current and developing guidance/policies from institutions and journals to tackle emerging research integrity issues?
- What are the editorial challenges in managing falsification, fabrication and plagiarism?
- How can research misconduct proceedings be handled to adapt to the current complexity of cases and adhere to confidentiality requirements and demands for transparency?
- Next steps: Where do we go from here?
Visit the Research Integrity Summit website to view the agenda, list of speakers and travel information.