Donders Academic Integrity day
Everyone agrees that falsifying and fabricating data is scientific misconduct. However in practice we sometimes run into a dilemma whether we enter the grey zone of academic integrity.
Is it acceptable to have an author on the author list who you have never seen or communicated with? How do you deal with substantial statistical tests? What should you do with a null effect? How to cite your own papers correctly?
The Donders Graduate School organises a yearly academic integrity course. Please note that this course is obligatory for our PhD candidates, preferred attendance in the second year.
PhD candidates with a Radboudumc contract could also take a Scientific integrity course via the Online learning environment and register for "Scientific Integrity for PhD candidates"
The date and program of the next Academic Integrity day will be posted at a later time, but please have a look at the programme of the last edition: