Impostor syndrome and HDR candidates is no laughing matter… even if this cartoon is. HDR Supervisors and research institutions need to be mindful of and attend to the mental health of candidates. Their success is your success. A Research Integrity commentary.
This great print-ready infographic describes the small slips that can send you tumbling toward research misconduct.
It is an Australian modification of a resource produced by ORI.
A useful handout for a research integrity workshop. And a constructive addition to your Research Integrity Resource Library..
A recommended prompt for all researchers.
When thinking about collaborative research, what resources and professional development does your institution provide to minimise the chances they will be duped?
We’re currently rebuilding the AHRECS web site. Here’s a sneak-peek at the new design. We’d love to get your input on what changes you’d like to see to our currentsite and what you don’t to change.
In this PowerPoint with embedded audio, AHRECS senior consultant Mark Israel delivers a 12-minute talk about authorship. This is a handy resource for HDRs and ECRs.
When confronted with a public need (such a helping with the response to COVID-19 or foiling a domestic terrorist plot) what should do if part of the response is facing punishment for misconduct? A topical research integrity discussion activity that references a block-buster movie.