The next session will begin on 03/11/2020 at 01:30 PM
Is this course right for me?
Target Audience: Anyone looking to enhance their own, or others' practice. Research & academic staff.
If you ask any researcher whether they are conducting their work in accordance with the highest standards of integrity, the great majority would rightly answer positively. And some might add the qualifier, 'as far as I know!” And yet, there are still occasional cases where researchers have, knowingly or not, committed a breach of such standards.
This highly interactive workshop is suitable for those looking to enhance their own professional knowledge and conduct, and those involved in helping maintain the conduct of others. We introduce the subject in a highly interactive manner. We won’t be dispensing one-size fits-all, definitive answers but, together, we will be exploring some of the fundamentals and applying them to your experiences and situation, making it as practical and specific as we can.
The overall aim is to make this subject a lively and vital part of research; drawing the links between the everyday conduct of what you do, your efficacy as a researcher and the sustainability of a research career.
Considered the scope and severity of breaches of research integrity
Explored the pressures that can lead to breaches
Devised ways of alleviating those pressures and responding to breaches
Discussed these in relation to your, and Strathclyde's practice
At the session, we’ll be looking for examples of breaches of integrity and good practices from different aspects of research – and of differing levels of ‘severity’. Please can you come along with at least five real-life examples in mind, ranging from mild or severe, that we can work with? Just simple descriptions of one or two sentences are fine – we don’t need the finer detail.
To bring the subject to life, the workshop is highly interactive. With that in mind, please come along prepared to discuss, to contribute fully and constructively, and to reflect on your experiences of research integrity and practice.
When applying for a course, you should note that there will be a £50* to your department if you cancel within 5** working days or you do not attend, and a £25 charge for cancellations/ non-attendance between 6 and 10 working days. There will be no charge for cancellation made 10 or more working days before the event. Notifications should be made to OSDU@strath.ac.uk
A department is welcome to send someone else in your place if they wish without incurring a charge, providing that person has the necessary pre-requisites for the course. In the case of courses split over more than one day, you must attend ALL parts of the course. If you fail to attend any part you will be charged as outlined above.
*This is the standard charge for cancellation or non-attendance of course of 1 days duration or less. For some courses there may be a higher cancellation charge and if this is the case you will be advised of this at the time of booking.
**Any bookings made within 10 days of the event will incur the charges as specified.