This workshop will be particularly useful for journals and publishers that:
- Do not have a formal strategy to manage and prevent research misconduct and would like to know where to start.
- Would like to manage their research integrity issues more efficiently to save time and resources.
- Are in the early stages of developing an in-house team dedicated to research integrity and would like to establish training and processes for the team.
- Gain awareness of current industry-wide challenges to research integrity.
- Understand the tensions within organizations that can be a barrier to good practices.
- Understand the essential components of an effective research integrity strategy, and in particular, how to establish good working relationships between academic editors and the publisher.
- Understand how to establish a framework to manage issues, including cases of manipulation of the publication process, efficiently.
- Be better able to comply with COPE guidelines.
Please note, this workshop will not provide advice on how to manage individual research integrity cases.
The format of the workshop will include discussion of case studies, questionnaires and polls. Spaces will be limited to allow for full participant interaction. I am not affiliated to any publisher, so this is a unique opportunity to get some independent advice.
I will be repeating the workshop later in the year, so please do register your interest even if you are unable to attend the date in June.
Registration for the 15 June workshop is £305
A discount is available for members of ALPSP
To reserve a place for the workshop on 15 June 2021, or register your interest in future workshops, please click on the relevant button below. Alternatively, email me at email@example.com.
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