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Perspectives on Research Integrity

Samantha Elliott, Beth Fischer, Frederick Grinnell, Michael Zigmond
Publication Date:
June 26, 2015
Content Details:
186 pages

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    Book Summary

    A collection of essays focusing on the importance of ethics consideration within the scientific community.
    Research misconduct and other ethical violations in science continue to be matters of concern to the international research community. Perspectives on Research Integrity addresses the need to provide ethics training early and often— in classroom settings and throughout a researcher’s career.
    Written by ethics and education experts, Perspectives on Research Integrity presents an enlivened discussion on the globally important topics of responsible conduct of research and ethics education. It synthesizes the current state of Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) and considers future directives and requirements.
    A resource for how to teach RCR, Perspectives on Research Integrity was developed specifically for educators, researchers, and RCR offices to train responsible researchers. It is also useful as ancillary readings for students in any course involving research ethics.