Good Scientific Practice

The one-day course on Good Scientific Practice based on the DFG-Memorandum “Proposals for Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice” (2013) has to be attended by every PhD student in the first year of their doctoral thesis.

The course focuses on the perspectives of doctoral researchers from Life Sciences by introducing and discussing the following topics:

Introduction into ethics and good scientific practice
Basic rules of good scientific practice
Specific issues (e.g. safeguarding and storing of primary data, privacy and
  data protection, authorship, cooperation with partners)
Procedure when scientific misconduct is suspected
Ethical aspects of research methods
– Case studies

The course date for 2020 and more information will be published here as soon as it will become available.

Past courses
The last course took place on June 25, 2019. 

Prof. Dr. Bert Heinrichs, Institute of Science and Ethics (IWE), University of Bonn

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