The ENRIO 2021 Congress on Research Integrity Practice opens a new European congress series that brings experts together to discuss and develop research integrity practices. The congress takes place online on 27-29 September 2021.
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On this page is a list of organisations that have committed themselves to following TENK's guidelines The Finnish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity and Procedures for Handling Alleged Violations of Research Integrity in Finland 2023 (PDF) also known
Now published – a Chinese-English edition of the guidelines for responsible conduct of research in Finland
A Practical Model of the Self-Regulation of Academic Integrity: A Chinese-English Edition of the Code of Conduct for Research Integrity in Finland introduces the Finnish framework of research integrity for Chinese readers.
The violations of the responsible conduct of research (RCR) can be classified into misconduct and disregard for the responsible conduct of research. Allegations of research misconduct and disregard for the RCR are dealt with through the procedure of
In Europe, there are several different national approaches available for investigating violations of research integrity. There are also countries which still do not have any national framework. There are basically two courses of action in determining
The Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK has created a network of Research Integrity Advisers. Since the start of 2017, TENK has trained more than 100 advisers in more than 60 research organisations to provide low-threshold personal advice on
Allegations of research misconduct are investigated in the research organisation. The Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK has the mandate to evaluate research practices in Finland with regard to research integrity and research ethics. In
Guidelines for the responsible conduct of research and for handling allegations of misconduct (the RCR guidelines) have been published by the Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK, which is appointed by the Ministry of Education and Culture in
A researcher must cite their own earlier work just as conscientiously and honestly as they cite the work of other researchers.
Allegations of research misconduct are investigated in the research organisation.