PhD Up – Reflective Research Integrity: Responsible Publication and Dissemination

Discuss the principles and responsibilities around publication and dissemination of knowledge. This session will help researchers reflect on practices and make ways of working responsible and trustworthy.

The number of research papers published in peer-reviewed and pre-print platforms has expanded greatly during the COVID-19 pandemic. The vast majority of these outputs make important contributions to scientific progress, but there have been public retractions of some papers. 

Learning outcomes​​​​​​​

  • Understand what research integrity is and why it matters
  • Awareness of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research and its principles and responsibilities around publication and dissemination
  • Awareness of predatory journals, contract cheating, and paper mills.

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