Promoting the responsible conduct of research (RCR)
Thoughts from Ken Pimple: It has been my honor and joy to work with some of the best people in the world for more than a quarter of a century, developing programs to teach the responsible conduct of research to several generations of graduate students. This work was something I lived and breathed, and I wish I could go on doing it forever. Unfortunately, a diagnosis of Primary Progressive Aphasia several years ago has meant that I increasingly struggle to get my ideas out and to understand those of others. My wife, Jennifer Livesay, is helping me to write this message. I am so grateful for friends and colleagues who are willing and able to carry this site forward to continue to serve the needs of researchers and students in the future. Live long and prosper. Love, Ken
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Contributed by the Preconference Planning Committee: Cortni Romaine, Mohammad Hosseini and Sharon Shriver The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Research Integrity Scholars and Educators (APPE RISEsm) Consortium promotes education and research on research ethics, research integrity, and the responsible conduct of research. In support of this mission, the APPE RISEsm Consortium serves as a forum for…
In order to provide wider access to the extensive collection of educational and other material published by Dr. Ken Pimple, we are delighted to announce that the resources found here, as well as other material of Ken’s, are now also available as part of the Online Ethics Center. The OEC is an international site that…
Reproducibility and Replicability in Science, authored by a committee of researchers appointed to study reproducibility and replicability in science. May 7 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada). Read more
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