Title Research Ethics - A Novel Approach
 
Pre-Test
 
I. Ethics Training
To what extent have you received
information about ethics from…
How helpful or effective was the information on ethics from…


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NIH/NSF mandated training
 
Institutional Research Office or IRB
 
Graduate School workshops
 
Departmental/disciplinary workshops
 
Course lectures and readings
 
Working with research advisor or mentor
 
On-line Ethics Training
 

II. Ethics Issues
What are the five most important ethical issues that graduate students and scholars/researchers need to know about as they conduct and publish their research?
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III. Ethics Knowledge and Importance
How much do you know about the responsible conduct of research and ethical issues related to…
How important to your success as a researcher or scholar is knowing about the responsible conduct of research and ethical issues related to…


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Roles and relationships with research collaborators and co-authors
 
Financial conflicts of interest in research
 
Mentor-trainee relationships and responsibilities
 
Determining authorship and responsibilities of co-authors
 
Compliance with federal policies
 
Research misconduct (data falsification, fabrication)
 
Protecting research subjects (people)
 
Protecting research subjects (animals)
 
Data collection, protection, and management issues
 
Intellectual or personal bias in conducting and reporting research
 
Peer review of manuscripts or grants
 
Procedures for reporting and investigating research misconduct
 
Intellectual property rights and ownership with research collaborators
 
Penalties for research misconduct
 
Informed consent in human subjects use
 
Honorary authorship
 
Supervision and review of trainees and students
 
Protection for persons who report research misconduct
 
Budget management of grants
 
Confidentiality issues in peer review
 
Data sharing and ownership issues
 
Compliance with institutional policies
 
Pain and suffering in animal experiments