Researcher Awareness & Research Integrity
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In this training, you will learn how to raise awareness about research integrity in big projects such as the Human Brain Project by embracing and implementing The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity.
The European Commission recognises The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (2017) as the reference document for research integrity in all EU-funded research projects and as a model for organisations and researchers across Europe. The Code of Conduct states that good research practices are based on fundamental principles of research integrity. They guide researchers in their work and engagement with the practical, ethical and intellectual challenges inherent in research. In the Human Brain Project and EBRAINS, this translates to embracing those principles in how we work and perform good and responsible science and in implementing mechanisms that support best practices.
But how can we address research integrity issues in big research projects? How do we identify research integrity mechanisms in our interdisciplinary work? This Researcher Awareness and Research Integrity training is designed to open a conversation about research integrity issues, developing capacities for researchers, staff and managers to identify and address them.
Researcher Awareness & Research Integrity in the Human Brain Project
Hosted by Dr Manuel Guerrero, leader of the Ethics Rapporteur Programme at the Human Brain Project, this video introduces the work for researcher awareness and research integrity in the Human Brain Project, followed by a presentation by Prof Stefan Eriksson, expert in research ethics and research integrity matters from Uppsala University.
About the presenters
Dr Manuel Guerrero is a sociologist and ethicist, Senior Researcher at Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics at Uppsala University and leader of the Ethics Rapporteur Programme at the Human Brain Project. Prof Stefan Eriksson is an Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in research ethics, and serves as the Director of the Centre for Research Ethics and Bioethics.
Want more Ethics & Society training? Check out the other modules!Introduction to Responsible Research & Innovation in HBP Human & Animal Data in EBRAINS Gender, Diversity & Inclusion Researcher Awareness & Integrity Dual Use of Concern & Misuse Knowledge Transfer & Commercialization Neuroethics, Consciousness & AI Ethics Foresight & Public Engagement Science Communication
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The Human Brain Project will have an impact on both science and society.
We promote RRI practices within the HBP, and help to shape the direction of its research in ethically sound ways that serve the public interest.