Un congrès international sur l’intégrité scientifique

Le 4th World Congress on Research Integrity (WCRI) se tiendra à Rio de Janeiro, du 31 mai au 3 juin 2015. Dans le programme du 4th WCRI, on note la participation de nombreux pays. Du Canada, on y retrouve les participants suivants :

  • Focus Track: Improving research systems: The role of funders (Moderator: Susan Zimmerman, Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research, Canada)
  • Challenges in promoting the responsible conduct of research: Perspectives of public funders (Presenter: Susan Zimmerman, Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research, Canada)
  • From integrity to unity: How research integrity guidance differs across universities in Europe (Presenter: Noémie Aubert Bonn, McGill University, Canada / Co-authors: Kris Dierickx and Simon Godecharle, all: KULeuven, Belgium)
  • Why Socrates never charged a fee: Factors contributing to challenges for research integrity and publication ethics (Presenter: Deborah Poff, Brandon University, Canada)
  • What “causes” scientific misconduct?: Testing major hypotheses by comparing corrected and retracted papers (Presenter: Daniele Fanelli, Stanford University, US / Co-authors: Rodrigo Costas, Leiden University, Netherlands; Vincent Larivière, Université de Montréal, Canada)
  • Research integrity and expert panel reports on controversial public issues (Presenter: Constance MacIntosh, Dalhousie Health Law Institute, Canada)
  • Dealing with plagiarism in the connected world: An Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) perspective (Jon Rokne, University of Calgary, Canada)
  • A closer look at authorship and publication ethics of multi- and interdisciplinary teams (Presenter: Lisa Campo – Engelstein, Albany Medical College, US / Co- authors: Zubin Master, Albany Medical College, US; Elise Smith, University of Montreal, Canada; David Resnik, National Institutes of Health, US; Bryn Williams- Jones, University of Montreal, Canada)
  • The will to commercialize: Matters of concern in the cultural economy of return – on – investment research (Presenter: Brian Noble, Dalhousie University, Canada)
  • Instituting a Research Integrity Policy in the Context of Semi-Private – Sector Funding: an Example in the Field of Occupational Health and Safety (Presenter: Paul-Emile Boileau, Institut de Recherche Robert-Sauvé en Santé et en Sécurité du Travail, Canada)
  • The open access ethical paradox in an open government effort (Presenter: Tony Savard, Government of Canada / Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada)
  • Trust in research: The ethics of knowledge production (Presenter: Garry Gray, University of Victoria, Canada)
  • Research misconduct: Conceptions and policy solutions (Chair: Thomas M. Powers, University of Delaware, US Mark S. Frankel, American Association for the Advancement of Science, US / Tetsuya Tanimoto, University of Tokyo, Japan / Nicholas Steneck, University of Michigan, US / Daniele Fanelli, University of Montréal, Canada / Ragnvald Kalleberg, University of Oslo, Norway / Tajammul Hussein, Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS), Pakistan)
  • Responsible conduct of research: A view from Canada (Presenter: Lynn Penrod, University of Alberta, Canada)
  • The psychological profile of the dishonest scholar (Presenter: Cynthia Fekken, Queen’s University, Canada)

Les actes des WCRI ne sont pas publics, comme je l’ai appris l’an dernier lorsque je les ai demandés. C’est dommage.

Source – Maisonneuve, Hervé. Intégrité scientifique : de bonnes nouvelles, mais quel boulot!Rédaction médicale et scientifique (blogue). 27 avril 2015.

 

 

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