PhD Up – Practical Research Integrity: Build an Authorship Plan

Discuss the responsibilities that researchers have around authorship and learn how to develop an authorship plan.

Authorship is a key aspect of communicating research but can be a source of dispute. Authorship recognises the vital intellectual and scholarly contributions researchers make to the generation of new knowledge. In this hands-on session, we’ll discuss the responsibilities that researchers have around authorship and acknowledgement and guide attendees through the development of an authorship agreement plan.

Learning outcomes

  • Awareness of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research and how its principles and responsibilities relate to the practice of researchers
  • Understand specific principles and responsibilities related to authorship and acknowledgment
  • Brainstorm key challenges and contributions relevant to your planned publication/s
  • Produce an authorship agreement plan.

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