2nd ENERI Newsletter

2nd ENERI Newsletter

News
The second ENERI Newsletter has just been released. Click here to download it. It contains information about the background and main objectives of ENERI, the Boot Camps held by RIO and REC as well as about other events and capacity building through development of integrity and ethics infrastructure. [pdfviewer]https://eneri.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/2nd-ENERI-Newsletter.pdf[/pdfviewer]
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ENERI Boot Camp for RECs is under way

ENERI Boot Camp for RECs is under way

News
Planning of the ENERI Boot Camp for Research Ethics Committees. Following the successful organisation of the 1st ENERI Boot Camp for Research Integrity Offices, the consortium is preparing the 2nd Boot Camp for Research Ethics Committees. It is to be held in connection to a EUREC meeting in Prague, on March 26, 2019. More information about the 2nd ENERI Boot Camp follows: Originally, a boot camp utilises the idea of a single case, which is analysed, role played and discussed from a number of different angles. This approach provides the opportunity to get to depth with a case and practice competences vital for REC activities. However, the Prague BC will include more cases that will be followed up from different perspectives in the spirit of a “Boot camp”, that will…
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ENERI Boot Camp for RIOs

ENERI Boot Camp for RIOs

Events, News
ENERI organised a Research Integrity Boot Camp on April 9-10, 2018 at the National Research Council (NCR) in Rome. The RIO boot camps organised in the U.S. functioned as the model for the ENERI RIO boot camp in Rome. While this was a boot camp with an integrity focus it also highlighted research ethics and overlapping issues in line with the aims of the ENERI project. The boot camp focused on the ALLEA Code of Conduct, conflict of interest, authorship and plagiarism, GDPR, building a culture of integrity, and ethics review in non-medical fields. All sessions involved discussion and debate around cases. The heterogeneity of national and institutional guidelines and procedures, and of participant experiences and views was truly exposed in the discussions, and while a challenge for concluding the…
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