Non-Compliance with Good Research Practice, Procedures
23.08.2021 – The aim of addressing ethical considerations is the conscious reflection on the responsibility of science and the humanities in the research process, to weigh up potential risks caused by research to individuals, society, animals, cultural assets and the ...
Comment on: GL2 (Humanities and social sciences) , GL3 (Humanities and social sciences) , GL10 (Humanities and social sciences)
20.04.2021 – Characteristics of life science research and associated requirements for quality-promoting measures
Comment on: Preamble (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – In the field of engineering sciences, some organisations have defined ethical standards.
Comment on: GL2 (Engineering/engineering sciences) , GL10 (Engineering/engineering sciences)
03.12.2020 – Compliance with ethical and legal requirements is absolutely essential when planning and conducting research into living organisms.
Comment on: GL2 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – Physics associations provide opportunities for regular dialogue on discipline-specific aspects of good research practice.
Comment on: GL2 (Natural sciences)
03.12.2020 – Sammlung externer Links zum Themenkomplex.
Comment on: GL3 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – In some research projects, the consideration of sex, gender and diversity dimensions can lead to the avoidance of "blind spots" and thus increase the scientific quality of the results. Therefore, reflection on sex, gender and diversity should be part of ...
Comment on: GL9 (General)
Comment on: GL2 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – Protagonists, roles and responsibilities
Comment on: GL8 (Life sciences) , GL10 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – The European Geoscience Union (EGU) and the American Geophysical Union (AGU) have published a joint statement of principles on the EGU homepage for a code of ethics in the geosciences.
03.12.2020 – As a matter of principle, it is important to recognise and avoid implicit or unconscious bias in decision-making processes. Such stereotyping and bias effects are mostly automatic or unconscious and can relate to various dimensions such as ...
Comment on: GL3 (General) , GL4 (General) , GL5 (General)
03.12.2020 – Citation of one’s own publications should be kept to the minimum necessary in order to understand the context. Where such a citation is indispensable, it is to be made properly and completely.
Comment on: GL13 (General)
03.12.2020 – Research results in the life sciences can relate directly to socially relevant aspects such as prevention, disease, nutrition and environmental issues. Conscientious, prudent handling of the information contained in project proposals as well as the ...
Comment on: GL16 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – frequently asked questions on ombudspersons
Comment on: GL6 (faq)
03.12.2020 – Researchers enjoy a balance of support and autonomy appropriate to their career level.
Comment on: GL2 (General) , GL3 (General) , GL4 (General)
03.12.2020 – frequently asked questions on professional ethics
Comment on: GL2 (faq)
03.12.2020 – There are many legal and ethical aspects that impact on research in the life sciences. Here is a selection of particularly relevant issues (without any claim to completeness or priority) which are currently subject to intense debate. Respectful treatment ...
Comment on: GL10 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – Collection of external links on the subject
Comment on: GL9 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – Since engineering work equals teamwork, there are usually a number of participants involved, with dynamically shifting roles and responsibilities.
Comment on: GL8 (Engineering/engineering sciences)
03.12.2020 – Confidentiality and neutrality in review and consultation are the basis of any honest assessment process and are an inextricable part of the reviewer’s or adviser’s own identity.
Comment on: GL16 (General)
03.12.2020 – Ethics committees are bodies established by universities, professional associations or countries to provide ethical and legal advice, control and oversight for researchers who are planning to carry out investigations involving living and deceased human ...
Comment on: GL2 (Life sciences) , GL3 (Life sciences) , GL10 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – German marine research has issued a voluntary commitment in which it sets out key principles of responsible marine research.
Comment on: GL2 (Natural sciences) , GL10 (Natural sciences)
03.12.2020 – A current, clearly written agreement on roles and responsibilities within a research project can provide clarity for all individuals involved.
Comment on: GL8 (General)
03.12.2020 – Avoiding conflicts of interest includes disclosing sources of research funding and other circumstances.
03.12.2020 – The European Chemical Society (EuChemS) is the umbrella organisation of the chemical societies of Europe and home to a working group of high-ranking member representatives that deals with ethical principles in the field of chemical research and teaching. ...
03.12.2020 – The extraction of geoscientific sample material can also fall under the regulations of the Nagoya Protocol.
Comment on: GL10 (Natural sciences)
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