Scycology

Topics: Research, Scientific method, Scientific misconduct Pages: 137 (39763 words) Published: June 21, 2013
H onesty , A ccountAbility And t rust : F ostering r eseArcH i ntegrity in c AnAdA The Expert Panel on Research Integrity

Science Advice in the Public Interest

HONESTY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRUST: FOSTERING RESEARCH INTEGRITY IN CANADA

The Expert Panel on Research Integrity

THE COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ACADEMIES 180 Elgin Street, Suite 1401, Ottawa, ON Canada K2P 2K3 NOTICE: The project that is the subject of this report was undertaken with the approval of the Board of Governors of the Council of Canadian Academies. Board members are drawn from the RSC: The Academies of Arts, Humanities and Sciences of Canada, the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS), as well as from the general public. The members of the Expert Panel responsible for the report were selected by the Council for their special competences and with regard for appropriate balance. This report was prepared for the Government of Canada in response to a request from the Minister of Industry. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the authors, the Expert Panel on Research Integrity, and do not necessarily represent the views of their organizations of affiliation or employment. Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Honesty, accountability and trust [electronic resource] : fostering research integrity in Canada/Expert Panel on Research Integrity. Issued also in French under title: Honnêteté, responsabilité et confiance. Includes bibliographical references. Type of computer file: Electronic monograph in PDF format. Issued also in print format. ISBN 978-1-926558-26-4 1. Research—Moral and ethical aspects—Canada. 2. Integrity. I. Council of Canadian Academies. Expert Panel on Research Integrity Q180.55.M67H66 2010a 001.40971 C2010-905698-1

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This appendix summarizes the recommendations of the report Review of NSERC’s and SSHRC’s Policy Framework for Research Integrity (NSERC, SSHRC, & AUCC, 2008).
Title Integrity in Scientific Research: Principles and procedures Statement of SNF Position on Scientific Misconduct
Source Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences, 2008 Swiss National Science Foundation, 2005 Natural Environment Research Council, n.d
NSF Office of Inspector General, 2009 DHHS Office of Research Integrity, 2009
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