The ENRIO 2021 Congress on Research Integrity Practice opens a new European congress series that brings experts together to discuss and develop research integrity practices. The congress takes place online on 27-29 September 2021.
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The ENRIO 2021 Congress on Research Integrity Practice opens a new platform for mutual learning and exchange between research integrity experts and practitioners in Europe. The event takes place online on 27-29 September 2021.
What to do if you suspect that your work has been plagiarised? How to tackle authorship issues? Who can help you with these problems, and what kind of research integrity framework do we have in place in Finland?
The Nordic Committee on Bioethics and The Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board are hosting a webinar series on new uses of DNA in police work.
On this page is a list of organisations that have committed themselves to following TENK's guidelines Responsible conduct of research and procedures for handling allegations of misconduct in Finland. Guidelines of the Finnish Advisory Board on Research
Now published – a Chinese-English edition of the guidelines for responsible conduct of research in Finland
A Practical Model of the Self-Regulation of Academic Integrity: A Chinese-English Edition of the Code of Conduct for Research Integrity in Finland introduces the Finnish framework of research integrity for Chinese readers.
Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK has produced a short video on the guidelines for ethical review in research with human participants.
Guidelines of the Finnish Advisory Board on Research Integrity 2012 (text-only version) These RCR guidelines were published on 14 November 2012 and are applied from 1 March, 2013. A research organisation may commit itself to following these guidelines by
The violations of the responsible conduct of research (RCR) can be classified into misconduct and disregard for the responsible conduct of research. Allegations of research misconduct and disregard for the RCR are dealt with through the procedure of
In Europe, there are several different national approaches available for investigating violations of research integrity. There are also countries which still do not have any national framework. There are basically two courses of action in determining