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Research Integrity: Biomedical Sciences

https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/6q6cdE
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Description

The course includes video clips and interactive exercises and covers:

Introduction
  • Good research practice – the principles of responsible research    
  • Principles versus practice
  • Professionalism and mentoring.
Designing
  • Planning your research
  • Ethical considerations and approvals required
  • Managing and protecting interests
  • Workplace safety
Conducting
  • Research records and data
  • Collaboration and the research environment
  • Data interpretation, management and presentation
Reporting
  • Research communication and scholarly publishing
  • Plagiarism
  • Authorship and publication
  • Peer review
Responsibilities to society
  • Responsibility to society and advocacy

By the end of this course, you should be able to:
  • Understand and explain the key responsibilities you have as a researcher
  • Identify ...
Subject
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Research Integrity: Biomedical Sciences
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8HP0ERI002
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All Oxford students
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University of Oxford members should apply via https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/6q6cdE, where applicable non-University members should apply via https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/6q6cdE.

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This course is available to the current students and staff of the University of Oxford.

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