At its final conference on 28th and 29th of October 2019 at the MCE Conference & Business Centre in Brussels (Belgium) the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project ENERI brought together leading ethics experts, researchers, policy makers, representatives from industry, research funding organisations, civil society and other stakeholders to disseminate the concepts and products developed during the three-years term of the project.
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ENERI as a network of networks focused on the overlapping issues of research ethics (RE) and research integrity (RI). The ENERI consortium worked out recommendations on how to harmonise the daily practice for research ethics committees and research integrity offices. Furthermore, they developed a hub for training materials in RE and RI and the ENERI expert database, an e-community from and for experts in RE and RI.
The ENERI final conference also included a SATELLITE EVENT of the EU Member States based Mutual Learning Exercise (MLE) on research integrity. The results of this MLE were presented. For more information about the MLE on research integrity click here.
Many participants of the ENERI final conference also joined the Path2Integrity mini-conference on teaching Research Integrity organised by the HORIZON 2020 project Path2Integrity. For more information on Path2Integrity click here.