You are invited to participate in this anonymous online survey, part of a project called Path2Integrity, and funded by the European Commission's Horizon 2020 program under grant agreement no. 824488.
Aims of the survey: To obtain information from different groups of interest concerning Research Integrity (RI). The data will be used in preparing our campaign on RI. It will especially help us to develop a range of materials and channels of dissemination in order to increase the awareness of research models among academics, secondary school teachers, young researchers, and students.
Definition of Research Integrity
Good research practices are based on the principles of research integrity. They guide researchers in their work with the practical, ethical, and intellectual challenges inherent in research.
These principles are:
- Reliability in ensuring the quality of research, in the design, methodology, analysis, and use of resources.
- Honesty in developing, undertaking, reviewing, reporting, and communicating research in a transparent, fair, full, and unbiased way.
- Respect for colleagues, research participants, society, ecosystems, cultural heritage, and the environment.
- Accountability for the research from idea to publication, for its management and organization, for training, supervision, and mentoring, and for its wider impacts.
The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity, Revised Edition
Type of Research Intervention
This research will involve your participation in answering questions on Research Integrity. This will take approximately 20 minutes.
Your participation in this research is entirely voluntary. You can stop anytime you wish.