|1. Country||2. Title||3. Type||4. Topic||5. Brief description|
|Slovak Republic||Printed||General , Authorship, Colaboration, Conflicts of Interest, Data Management, Mentoring, Peer Review, Publication, Research Misconduct, Whistleblowing||GODD SCIENTIFIC PRACTICE - Publication of Slovak Research and Development Agency|
|Belgium||Ethics committees and research integrity||Session||General , Colaboration, Conflicts of Interest, Data Management, Human Subjects, Research Misconduct, Social Responsibility||a 2 hour course in a program of scientific methodology in the biomedical sciences|
|Denmark||Good Scientific Practice||Program||General||The Ombudsman for Research Integrity at Statens Serum Institut is in charge of this systematic training of all young researchers at Statens Serum Institut. Started 2009, from 2010 also for research leaders, and later to be opened for other institutions in Denmark. It is a Ph.D.course in "seminar" format for not more 8 young researchers at a time in order to activate each participant, establish a relaxed atmosfere, and build confidence with the ombudsman. -- Five teaching sessions of 2-2,5 hrs. Topics: 1.Why focus on this ? From spectacular american and european cases of scientific dishonesty, over political and public turbulence, to the scientific communities' heart searching and the establishment of OSI/ORI and the Danish Committe(s) for Scientific Dishonesty (DCSD) including the situation in other countries. 2.The Law and ministerial order for DCSD, and how allegations for scientific dishonesty are handled in Denmark.3. Details about the content,handling, background and consequences of two spectacular allegations for scientific dishonesty in the Nordic countries. 4. Scientists behaving badly, and the suspected reasons for the behaviour. 5. Dramatic play about authorship. 6. The details of DCSD's Guidelines for Good Scientific Practice. 7. Computer produced falcifications, and Dejá vue. 8. The ten most important things to know about research ethics; implementing good scientific practice in daily life; how to be updated; the role of the ombudsman at Statens Serum Institut. --- 1. and 8.: lectures and discussions, 3-7: presentations by the participants, followed by discussions with top medical professors in Denmark/Norway with vast research experience and insight in the topics from a long life. The CEO of Statens Serum Institut also shows up in each course and discuss with the participants to underscore that the institution seriously wants good scientific practice to be implemented. --- The person in charge for the course is Statens Serum Institut's Ombudsman for Research Integrity, and he is active in all sessions. He was one of the founders of DCSD(1992) and member of DCSD 1992-2005.|
|Switzerland||Scientific Integrity||Web||General||Series of slides, available on the net, for basic teaching on research integrity and misconduct (www.swiss-academies.ch). Lecture offered by members of the committee on research integrity of the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences. Slides can alternatively be used by the research institutions themselves for teaching purposes.|
|Denmark||Head of Aarhus Graduate School of Health Sciences||Program||Animal Subjects, Authorship, Colaboration, Computer Use, Conflicts of Interest, Data Management, Human Subjects, Mentoring, Peer Review, Publication, Research Misconduct||These are topics included in the PhD courses given to the PhD students at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark. We have about 500 enroled PhD students.|
|Switzerland||Scientific Integrity||Printed||General||Booklet "Integrity in scientific research; Principles and procedures" (also to be downloaded www.swiss-academies.ch). In german, french, italian and english. Distributed to the main swiss research institutions, mainly universities.|
Brief table of contents:
Principles: Conditions for responsible conduct; planning of research projects; realisation of research projects; misconduct in the scientific context.
Recommendations on the handling of misconduct in the scientific context: Organization and procedure; competence; Organisation of integrity protection; conditions of the procedure; course of the procedure.
|Belgium||Research Integrity||Session||General , Authorship, Conflicts of Interest, Data Management, Peer Review, Publication, Research Misconduct, Social Responsibility, Whistleblowing||Introduction on research integrity for Phd students. Includes general principles, legislation, institution policy and cases.|
|Denmark||Aarhus University Rules for good scientific practice||Web||General , Research Misconduct||Aarhus University´s rules of 29 june 2000 to safeguard good scientific practice|
|United Kingdom||Research Skills Online||Web||General , Authorship, Colaboration, Human Subjects, Peer Review, Publication, Research Misconduct, Ethics, Getting Published, Intellectual Property, Supervisors, Career Planning, Project Management, Research Methods, Literature Review||14 online research skills training courses. Each course is approximately 90 minutes long and equivalent to 3-5 hours of taught workshop material. Over 50 UK and Irish universities have licensed the courses. Topics include Ethics, Research Methods, Literature Review, Project Management, Supervisions, IPR, Careers, Attending Conferences|
|Norway||Web||Publication||We are wondering to what extent senior leaders in academic institutions may present knowledge produced by their subordinate researchers without referring to them as the intellectual research source.|
|Poland||Research Integrity||Session||General , Authorship, Data Management, Peer Review, Publication, Research Misconduct, Presentation of cases||Specially crafted lectures for faculty (all clinical and laboratory departments)|
and obligatory lecture for each doctoral student given by Research Integrity Officer at the Warsaw Medical University, Poland.
AgreenSkills, is an international, open, incoming-outgoing mobility programme co-funded by the European Commission in the frame of the COFUND-FP7 People Programme. This programme is coordinated by INRA and Agreenium, a consortium comprising the main French agricultural and veterinary research and higher education organisations . These include, INRA (the French National Institute for Agricultural Research), Cirad (Centre for Agricultural Research for Development), AgroParisTech (Paris Institute of Technology for Life, Food and Environmental Sciences), Agrocampus Ouest (University College for Life, Environmental Sciences and Technologies), Montpellier SupAgro (International Centre for Higher Education in Agricultural Sciences), and INPT-ENVT (National Veterinary School in Toulouse).
AgreenSkills supports inventive, talented and promising young researchers (post doc), from all disciplines and from all over the world, to develop challenging basic or targeted research projects in the fields of agriculture, environment, food and nutrition and animal health.Proposals are accepted, without any topic guideline, nor nationality limits.
AgreenSkills offers incoming and outgoing fellowships with very attractive conditions in terms of salary (+60 %), optimal research conditions, training, networking opportunities as well as personalized support for career development plan.
In thje frame this programme, we are preparing the annual meeting of fellows and in the future, training courses in athic and integrity.
We are looking to any senior researcher or consultant that could exchange to explore the opportunity to participate to the annual meeting (Leuven, Belgium) the 4th of November and/or next events.