Powerpoint presentations 5th WCRI 2017

  1. Sunday May 28, 2017
    1. Aula
      1. J. van Dijck - In researchers we trus ....pdf
      2. L. Bouter - opening 5th WCRI 2017.pdf
  2. Monday May 29, 2017
    1. Aula
      1. A. Rowhani-Farid - Has open data arrived at the British Medical Journey.pdf
      2. B. Barbour - The PubPeer Community and research quality.pdf
      3. C. Gans Combee - Towards an operational eco-systemic approach of RM.pdf
      4. D. Fanelli - A system of self-retraction for honest error.pdf
      5. H. Nowotny - Locating ambiquity and making the invinsible visible.pdf
      6. I. Oransky - Who faces criminal sanctions for scientific misconduct.pdf
      7. I.Oransky - Highlights the challenges involved.pdf
      8. R. Mann - Viewpoint from own experience of retraction.pdf
      9. S. Lewandowksy - Being open but not naked; balancing transparancy with resilience in science.pdf
      10. T. Philips - Transparency and accountability in internationally sponsored political science research.pdf
      11. V. Barbour - View from the perspective of COPE's guidance on retractions.pdf
    2. KC-07
      1. B. Kramer - Research Integrity; catalyst and outcome of innovative research practices and tools.pdf
      2. C. Festen - From scanning phd theses for plagiarism to awareness how to cite references.pdf
      3. E. Wager - What can journals do to improve research reporting.pdf
      4. H. Lund - The need for research methods and processes to be evidence-based when performing research.pdf
      5. I. Chalmers - Reducing waste from inappropriate ethics analysis and hyper-regulation of research.pdf
      6. I. Ichikawa - A large scale nation-wide survey indicates that the government policy is important for promoting research ethics education among future researchers.pdf
      7. J. Jacobs - Publishing and research ethics as a wicked problem; New thinking and new approaches to making research more accountable and transparen.pdf
      8. M. Westmore - The UK NIHRs 'Adding Value in Research' program; Lessons from 6 years of improvement.pdf
      9. P. Bossuyt - How reporting guidelines can help to improve practice; the story of STARD.pdf
      10. P. Bossuyt - What are academic instituations doing to reduce waste and increase value in research, and what could they do.pdf
      11. P. Glasziou - The potential use of text mining and automated tools to monitor & reduce waste and improve integrity.pdf
      12. S. Hendrix - Both whitle blowers and the scientists they accuse deserve protection.pdf
      13. T. Kamata - The development of research culture in Japanese public science; Academic responses to policy reforms.pdf
      14. V. Barbour - How could editors think differently about the complexities of research and publishing ethics.pdf
    3. Auditorium
      1. C. Veldkamp - The storybook image of scientist.pdf
      2. D. Moher - What do we know about potential predatory journals and the articles they publish.pdf
      3. F. Leung - A survey to analyse the attitude and knowledge on research integrity among first - and second-year research postgraduate students in KHU.pdf
      4. J. Clark - Predatory journals and research in developing countries.pdf
      5. J. Stojanovski - COST action new frontiers of peer review (PEERE) - Many shades of journal publishing; What color is peer review in a predatory journal.pdf
      6. M. Reisig - Perceptions of research misconduct among faculty members at Americas top 100 universities; Preliminary results from a large survey-based project.pdf
      7. N.Voriano - What is 'responsible conduct of researchs' in research-creation. A survey of Canadian Researchers.pdf
      8. T. Philips - Research Integrity and professional codes of ethics; A qualitive comparison across social sciences.pdf
    4. 2A-00
      1. B. Gerlach - PAASP - Quality Investment starts with data quality.pdf
      2. C. Bens - Quality assurance - A tool for Improving Research integrity and supporting a quality structure.pdf
      3. E. Hoorn - Privacy not a hiding game.pdf
      4. E. Slattengren - Applying Insights from the Field of bahavioural economics to the Institutional Management of Research Integrity.pdf
      5. K. Bazdaric - Plagiarism detection during submission in thee Croation biomedical journals.pdf
      6. P. Henley - Integrating transparency into a university quality management system.pdf
      7. R. Davies - Incorporating Research Quality Assurance into MD-PhD and PhD Research Training.pdf
      8. S. O'Brien - When things go wrong; A systematic approach to determining the integrity of multiple publications.pdf
      9. T. Lavrijssen - Monitoring good research practices in discorvery labs.pdf
    5. 5A-00
      1. A. Marusic - HEIRRI project; Creating training programs for responsible research and innovation.pdf
      2. C. McLeskey - Reviewing the responsible conduct of research (RCR) literature from a scientific virtue perspective.pdf
      3. E. Berling - A virtue-based responsible conduct of research (RCR) curriculum; Pilot test results.pdf
      4. E. Maeckelberghe - Exporing the fun in science; A prerequisite for succesful RCR-courses.pdf
      5. F. Blom - How to use fiction movies in education on responsible conduct of research.pdf
      6. J. Bastiaansen - The cumulative effect of reporting and citation biases on the apparent efficacy of treatments; the case of depression.pdf
      7. M. Falaefel - A cross-sectional survey study to assess prevalence and attitues regarding research misconduct among investigators in the Middle East.pdf
      8. M. Kaiser - Cutting corners, speeding, cheating and heavy legal machinery in science.pdf
      9. P. Kavouras - EARTHnet; an initiative to promote a Research Integrity Framework in Greece.pdf
      10. P. Satalkar - Researcher perspectives on raising concerns; First results from the PRISM project.pdf
      11. R. Pennock - The scientific character virtues; An interdisciplinary study.pdf
      12. R. Tamot - The U.S. biomedical and life sciences field and research misconduct; Insights from an analysis of closed U.S. office of Research Integrity case files.pdf
      13. S. Arunachalam - The persuit of research integrity - An evaluation.pdf
      14. S. Litewka - Conclusions inter- american encounter on scientific honesty.pdf
      15. T. Steckler - Consorted approaches to facilitate data quality, robustness and relevance in preclinical research and development.pdf
  3. Tuesday May 30, 2017
    1. Aula
      1. B. Andersson - Research and research integrity - a key priority for a young and fast rising university.pdf
      2. E. Dumas-Mallet - Replication validity of biomedical findings reported by newspapers.pdf
      3. F. Gonon - Replication validity of initial association.pdf
      4. I. Freckelton - Research misconduct and the law - Intervening to name, shame and deter.pdf
      5. J. Walsh - How people learn The Pernicious Impact of doing Wrong or just Getting It Wrong and What Institutions can do about it.pptx.pdf
      6. J. de Jong - The role of replication studies in improving reproducibility.pdf
      7. K. Maessen - Responsible research funding practices in The Netherlands.pdf
      8. K. Sijtsma - Never waste a good crisis - Towards responsible data management.pdf
      9. M. Nasser - What are funders doing to minimize waste in research.pdf
      10. M. Sham - Nurturing a culture of responsible research for best quality outcome.pdf
      11. M. Urlings - Determinants of selective citation.pdf
      12. M. Westmore - Adding value in research - The case of NIHR.pdf
      13. N. Perfito - Biomedical replication studies.pdf
      14. O. Boehme - Research integrity within the FWO.pdf
      15. P. Valdez - The NIH Perspective on research integrity.pdf
      16. S. Zimmerman - Promoting responsible conduct of research in Canada.pdf
    2. KC-07
      1. B. Pulverer - The transparant publishing, reprints & open science; The EMBO Press paradigm.pdf
      2. C. Sunkel - From the individual to the collective responsibility on research integrity; A view from the directors office.pdf
      3. D. Plemmons - Authors without borders; Investigating international authorship norms among scientists & engineers.pdf
      4. L. Horn - An investigation of researchers' understanding and experience of scientific authorship in South Africa.pdf
      5. L. Knowles - Thinking outside the box research integrity.pdf
      6. M. Hosseini - A philosophical framework for a morally legitimate definition of scientific authorship.pdf
      7. Z. Master - The perceptions of researchers working in multidisciplinary teams on authorship and publication ethics.pdf
    3. Auditorium
      1. B. Martinson - Main outcomes of a randomized controlled trial to test reporting and feedback to foster research integrity.pdf
      2. C. Gunsales - The value of a comparative benchmarking database for research integrity climates.pdf
      3. C. Trush - Exploring cross-cultural similarities, differences and collaborative interests in measuring organizational climate for research integrity.pdf
      4. L. Bouter - Academic research culture in Amsterdam; Study design.pdf
    4. 2A-00
      1. E. Löfström - Conceptual definition and empirical investigation of ethics in doctoral supervision.pdf
      2. I. Kohonen - Public Science Communication as a part of the responsible conduct of research.pdf
      3. L. Lee - Changes of research ethics consciousness of research in Korea following Hwangs Scandal.pdf
      4. M. Gommel - Young researcher know misconduct, but they don't know how to deal with it.pdf
      5. P. Sun - Coordinating resources to make online research integrity- and ethicsrelated information available to everyone who demand it.pdf
      6. P. Taylor - Moments of integrity, reflexivity and the fraud triangle; A new way to approach improving research culture.pdf
      7. S. Steegen - Increasing transparency through a multiverse analysis.pdf
      8. T. Van de Casteele - Connecting statisticians and scientists; Statistical awareness training as a key tool to ensure research integrity...pdf
    5. 5A-00
      1. A. Peatfield - Shaping tomorrows research integrity; Policies and processes in European research funding organisations and research performing organisations.pdf
      2. B. Greene - Contract cheating in research.pdf
      3. G. de Graaf - Academic integrityl Much more than research integrity.pdf
      4. J. Vander Putten - Presentation and publication patterns in international vanity conferences in education; Research on research quality.pdf
      5. Z. Master - Safeguarding the biomedical research environment; Ethical responsibilities of research instituations and funders.pdf
  4. Wednesday May 31, 2017
    1. Aula
      1. A. Lerner - Promoting research integrity in the United States.pdf
      2. A. Manka - Review of the National Science Foundations RCR policy and survey of instituation responses.pdf
      3. A. Marusic - Accountability and transparency for research integrity via country report cards.pdf
      4. C. Nebeker - Building Research Integrity & Capacity Bridging Research to Practice.pdf
      5. D. Barr - Positive impacts of small research integrity networks.pdf
      6. E. Engh - Country report card on research integrity - Norway - a broad approach to research integrity.pdf
      7. E. Wager - Research integrity report card for the UK.pdf
      8. M. Hiney - Efforts to harmonise codes of conduct for RI in Europe - Drivers, approaches and challenges in a multi-system context.pdf
      9. M. Mumford - A metaanalysis of the effectiveness of RCR education.pdf
      10. N. Steneck - Amsterdam Agenda for Promoting transparancy and accountability.pdf
      11. N. Steneck - Improving transparency and accountability of RI training - The Epigeum Impact Programme.pdf
      12. T. Philips - America competes at 5 years - Analysis of rcr training plans.pdf
      13. Z. Hammatt - Accountability and transparency for research integrity via country report cards.pdf
    2. KC-07
      1. C. Peeters - Evaluating evidence for low data veracity from reported summary measures; A case study.pdf
      2. H. Skip Garner - Introduction to research integrity and the law; Finding potential grant double-dippers.pdf
      3. I. Freckelton - Harnessing the Law to enhance research integrity.pdf
      4. J. Thomas - The parallel tracks of legal accountability for research misconduct in the United States.pdf
      5. P. Kaiser - The unfortunate mingling of ethics and law in cases of scientific integrity.pdf
    3. Auditorium
      1. A. Roest - Publishing negative trials on the efficacy of antidepressant medications in pooled-trials publications.pdf
      2. C. Graf - Challenges facing journals in liaising with institutions on research integrity cases.pdf
      3. E. Wager - Coorperation & Liason between Universities & Editors (CLUE).pdf
      4. J. Wicherts - Transparency and integrity of peer review.pdf
      5. M. Malicki - How are journals handling third party inquiries of possible duplicate publications.pdf
      6. M. Roig - Editorial expressions of concern revisited.pdf
      7. P. Taylor - Callenges facing institutions in liasing with journals on research integrity cases.pdf
      8. R. Hendrick - Managing or maintaining bias; Examining the instituationalisation of conflicts of interest in medical journal publishing.pdf
    4. 2A-00
      1. A. Avenell - Investigating the impact of retracted randomised clinical trial reports.pdf
      2. A. Avenell - Novel statistical investigation methods examining data integrity for 33 randomized trials in 18 journals from one research group.pdf
      3. A. Bonn - Research on research integrity; publishing patterns, trends and impact.pdf
      4. A. Grey - Reporting concerns about data integrity for 33 randomized trials in 18 journals from one research group; Narrative review of how journals....pdf
      5. D. Shaw - Interpreting integrity; A conceptual.pdf
      6. G. de Ridder - Value pluralism in research integrity.pdf
      7. J. De Winter - Epistemic integrity of the research process.pdf
      8. K. White - The Australian better practice guide for managing and investiging research misconduct; the challenge of the new.pdf
      9. M. Schmidt - An in-depth analysis of the annotation of retractions in PubMed and Web of Science.pdf
      10. S. Horbach - Promoting virtue or punishing fraud; Contrasting discourses on scientific integrity and ways to obtain it.pdf
    5. 5A-00
      1. B. Seghers - The research integrity landscape in Flanders (Belgium) - Lessons learned on promoting integrity.pdf
      2. D. Chan - Asian and Pacific Rim Research Integrity Network; Increasing accountability and transparency.pdf
      3. H. Quach-Hoang - Ensuring research integrity during data collection in a closed context - the case of Vietnam.pdf
      4. J. Barr - Promoting research integrity in Australia; A funding agency perspective.pdf
      5. L. Tauginiene - Redundant publications and self-plagiarism in Lithuanian academia.pdf
      6. M. Leduc - Promoting research integrity in France.pdf
      7. V. Gichuru - Enhancing the research culture at strathmore university amongst PHD faculty members.pdf
      8. Y. Iye - Promotion of sound research activities - JSPSs approach.pdf


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