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Conference 2002 program

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Saturday, November 16

3:00 - 3:30 
 Conference Welcome - Moderator: Lawrence Rhoades

Constance Atwell, NINDS, NIH

Chris Pascal, Office of Research Integrity, DHHS

Mary Scheetz, Office of Research Integrity, DHHS

3:30 - 5:15
 Current and Emerging Issues - Moderator: Kathleen Montgomery

Blaine Gaddis, Lynn Devenport, Shane Connelly, Ryan Brown, Michael Mumford, Ginamarie Scott, A Taxonomic Approach to Understanding Scientific Misconduct (University of Oklahoma)

John Gardenier, Misuse of Statistics: Honest Error or Misconduct (CDC/National Center for Health Statistics)

Raymond de Vries, Melissa Anderson, Brian Martinson, Beyond FFP (Falsification, Fabrication and Plagiarism): A Scientist's Perceptions of Research Misconduct

Kenneth Pimple, The Moral Climate of Research in the United States Today (Indiana University-Bloomington)

Michelle Riske, Mark Davis, The Causes of Research Misconduct: Evidence from ORI Case Files

5:15 - 7:00
 Free Time and Dinner
7:30 - 9:00
 Panel Discussion: Implications of the IOM Report on Research Integrity - Moderator: Nicholas Steneck

Constance Atwell, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, NIH

Michael Mumford, University of Oklahoma

Frank Wells, MedicoLegal Investigations Ltd.

Stanley Korenman, UCLA

Muriel Bebeau, University of Minnesota

Peter Yaeger, Boston University

9:00 - Midnight
 Informal Gathering

Sunday, November 17
7:00 - 8:30
 Breakfast
8:30 - 10:00 
 Conflict of Interest - Moderator: Tony Mazzaschi

Elizabeth Boyd, Lisa Bero, Management Decisions in Financial Conflicts of Interest: A Preliminary Report (University of California, San Francisco)

Samena Chaudhry, Clegg Scholar, Sara Schroter, Richard Smith, Julie Morris, Does Declaration of Competing Interests Effect Reader Perceptions? A Randomized Trial (Birmingham University Medical School)

John Hanold, Quantifying Idealism,The Limits of Measuring Mission Drift (The Pennsylvania State University)

Richard Sharp, Preserving Trust in Research: A Call for Robust Financial Disclosures (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)

10:00 - 10:20

Break

10:20 - 11:50
 The Role of IRBs in Research Integrity - Moderator: Mark Frankel
 

Margaret Gibelman, Elizabeth DuMez, Ethical Codes in the Mental Health Professions: Protecting Integrity

Whitney Helton-Fauth, Ginamarie Scott, Blaine Gaddis, Amber Shaffer, Shane Connelly, Michael Mumford, Development of A Measure of Biodata for the Scientific Community

Andrew Hogan, Ronald Patterson, James William Coleman, Is Research misconduct Contagious? Evidence from the Swazey, Louis and Anderson Survey

John Simmons, Balancing Equity and Effectiveness in Corporate Governance: Towards a Stakeholder Systems Model of Action Research

10:20 - Noon
 Investigative Techniques - Moderator: Barry Markovsky
 

Louis Bloomfield, Software to Compare Documents for Recycled Tex

William Gardner, Charles Lidz, Using On-line Publication Databases in Research on Research Integrity

Geoffrey Grant, Digital Authentication of Research Notebooks

John Krueger, Color Tagging for Interpreting Overlap in Questioned Gray Scale Images

Shangqian (Daniel) Qi, Nancy Min, Susan Tonascia, Curtis Meinert, Detecting Data Irregularities Using Digital Analysis

Noon - 1:00
 Lunch
1:15 - 2:45
 The Role of IRBs in Research Integrity - Moderator: Stanley Korenman
 

Sarah Hill, Ethical Considerations in Social Science Research in the Canadian Forces and the Department of National Defense

Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Gerald Koocher, The IRB Paradox: Do the Protectors Also Stimulate Scientific Misconduct?

Chole Little, Abdul Turay, A Case Study Comparing Structure and Implementation of Institutional Review Boards at Carnegie Doctoral/Research-Intensive and Master's comprehensive I Universities

Michael Paasche-Orlow, Holly Taylor, Frederick Brancati, Informed Consent Form Readability Standards vs. Actual Readability: A Survey of U.S. Medical School Institutional Review Boards

Anne Flamm, Rebecca Pentz, Jeremy Sugarman, Marlene Cohen, G. Daniel Ayers, Roy Herbst, Research Access: The View of Prospective Research Participants

1:15 - 2:45
 Student Attitudes - Moderator: Paul Friedman
 

Kenneth Pimple, Assessing Teaching and Learning in the Responsible Conduct of Research

Thomas Pistole, Making Connections: Strategies in Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research to Undergraduates

Edward Sankowski, Research Ethics and University Study of Science

Jeremy Sugarman, Web-Based Training in Research Ethics: Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality of Research Participants

Julio Turrens, Teaching Research Integrity and Bioethics to Undergraduates

2:45 - 3:15
 Posters and Demonstrations (break)
 

Louis Bloomfield, Software to Compare Documents for Recycled Text

Nell Kriesberg, A Set of Online Instructional Modules in Research Ethics

John Krueger, Color Tagging for Interpreting Overlap in Questioned Gray Scale Images

Rudolph Marcus, Computerized Awareness Training for Research Integrity in the Sciences

Shigeaki Yamazaki, Bibliometric Analysis of the Literature on Scientific Misconduct

3:15-5:00 
 Clinical Research - Moderator: Adil Shamoo

Benjamin Djulbegovic, Preservation of Ethical Principal of Equipoise is a Key to Unbiased Clinical Design

David Armstrong, Aditi Gowri, Evidentiary Criteria as a Research Integrity Issue: The Case of Gender

Charles Lidz, William Gardner*, Assignment for Intersexed Infants Structural Conditions Promoting Research Integrity in Clinical Trials
 

David Resnik, Normative Models of Data Management

Deborah Shatin, Bharati Manda, Vaccine Safety: A Case Study of the Impact of Privacy Concerns on Public Health

3:15-5:00 
 Instruction in the Responsible Conduct of Research - Moderator: Muriel Bebeau

Kenneth Pimple, Assessing Teaching and Learning in the Responsible Conduct of Research

Thomas Pistole, Making Connections: Strategies in Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research to Undergraduates

Edward Sankowski, Research Ethics and University Study of Science
 

Angela Holder, Carole Cain, Ann Bushyhead, Jeremy Sugarman, Web-Based Training in Research Ethics: Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality of Research Participants

Julio Turrens, W. Curtis Small, Teaching Research Integrity and Bioethics to Undergraduate Students

5:00-6:30
 Free Time
6:30-7:15
 Reception
7:15 - 8:15
 Dinner
8:30 - 9:30
 Keynote Address
 

Tadataka Yamada, MD, Chairman, Research and Development GlaxoSmithKline

9:30 - Midnight
 Informal Gathering
 
 Monday, November 18
7:00-8:30
 Breakfast
8:30-10:00 
 Publication - Moderator: Robert Silverman
 

Helen Barratt, Sara Schroter, Richard Smith, Rejected Authors' Perceptions of the Review Process at a General Medical Journal

Matko Marusic, Jadranka Bozikov, Vedran Katavic, Darko Hren, Marko Kljakovic-Gaspic, Ana Marusic, Analysis of Research Contributions in a Small Journal: A study of Contributorship Statements by Corresponding Authors in the Croatian Medical Journal

Stanley Korenman, The Role of Journals in the Responsible Conduct of Research: An Area for Further Research

Miguel Roig, Recycling Portions of Text from the Same Author/s' Previously Published Papers in Psychology: An Exploratory Study

8:30-10:00
 Medical Ethics - Moderator: Paul Friedman
 

Vincent Mosseso, Lawrence Brown, Shannon Stephens, Tom Aufderheide, Richard Craven, Terri Schmidt, Andrew Travers, Myron Weisfeldt, Leon Greene and the PAD Investigators, Exception From Informed Consent for Emergency Research: PAD Experience

Mary Ann Dutton, Cathy Spatz Widom, Reactions to Research Involving Sensitive Issues in Two Vulnerable Groups: Implications for Institutional Review Boards

Neil Farber, Jerry Castellano, Brian Aboff, Maria DeJoseph, Joan Weiner, E. Gil Boyer, Can Tuskeegee Happen Again? A Survey of Physicians About Lack of Consent in Research Trials

R. Scott Olds, Dennis Thombs, The Level and Probability of Risk in Conducting Late-Night Blood Alcohol Level Testing with College Students

10:00 - 10:30
 Break
10:30 - Noon
 Assessing Integrity in Research, Conference Wrap-Up and Evaluation - Moderator: Peter Yeager
 

Blaine Gaddis, Shane Connelly, Michael Mumford, Development of a Measure of Climate in Scientific Organizations

Whitney Helton-Fauth, Ginamarie Scott, Blaine Gaddis, Amber Shaffer, Michael Mumford*, Lynn Devenport, Shane Connelly, Ryan Brown, Development of Two Measures of Scientific Integrity

Erin Leahey, Gatekeeping Scientific Research: The Case of Data Editing

Yuan-I Min*, Susan Tonascia, Janet Holbrook, Shangqian Qi, Harry Marks, Curtis Meinert, Survey of Quality Assurance Procedures in Clinical Trials

Nicholas Steneck, Conference Summary: The Ongoing Development of Research on Research Integrity

12:30 - 1:30
Lunch