Non-Compliance with Good Research Practice, Procedures
06.07.2021 – An orientation for applicants, reviewers and committee members.
Comment on: Preamble (Life sciences) , Preamble (Statements) , GL7 (Life sciences) , GL7 (Statements) , GL9 (Life sciences) , GL9 (Statements) , GL11 (Life sciences) , GL11 (Statements) , GL12 (Life sciences) , GL12 (Statements)
Comment on: GL16 (faq)
03.12.2020 – Among other things, neutrality of assessment means not pursuing self-interest.
Comment on: GL16 (General)
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)
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 – 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 – Scientific misconduct by a reviewer
Comment on: GL16 (Practical examples)
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.
03.12.2020 – The academic evaluation of persons may only be based on their individual academic performance. In addition to avoiding legally prohibited discrimination, this also serves to ensure a purely qualitative selection.
Comment on: GL5 (General)
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