Due to the current situation, the workshop will be held online this year.
The workshop serves to prevent conflicts in scientific working as well as their treatment.
The following methods are used: dialogic short presentations, participant-specific case studies, targeted invidual and group work, discussions and reflections
Target audience: Doctoral candidates, clinician scientists and postdocs (if possible at an early stage of the research career). The workshop is mandatory for all TransMed members!
Number of participants: Max. 20 participants
- Basics of responsible conduct and ethical principles in Research
- Introduction: Values, virtues, potential problems and conflicts in scientific contexts
- Basic guidelines of the DFG, relevant codices and regulations for safeguarding good research practice and scientific integrity
- Scientific misconduct: Examples, elements of offense and consequences, procedures for coping with scientific misconduct (incl. excursus plagiarism)
- General Responsibilities
- Data collection and research documentation
- Publication process, authorship and review of manuscripts
- Supervision: Expectations, duties and roles
- Organizational culture: Challenges of collaboration and communication in teams and in scientific collaborations. Strategies to prevent and to manage problems as well as conflict in everyday research environment
- Procedures in case of suspicion and relevant contact persons (of according institution(s)
- Important specific responsibilities [*depending on participants’ disciplinary/research background]
- Important issues prior to any data collection: Authorization, permission or qualification relevant research
- [Research on animals]*
- [Research on humans]*
- [Surveys, interviews, data privacy and security]*
Next wokshop: to be announced
Technology: zoom. Please check that your PC meets the requirements beforehand (microphone, camera, Internet connection).
For the workshop 1 CP for scientific skills can be credited.