The new DFG Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Research Practice- A Short Introduction for Supervisors
The major objective of this workshop is to understand the importance and the consequences of the DFG Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Research Practice with respect to the responsibilities of the heads of institutions, work units and teams, as well as to their responsibilities as supervisors.
The content of the course follows the curriculum “Good scientific practice” which was commissioned by and developed in cooperation with the Research Ombudsman:
- The DFG Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Research Practice and its relation to other regulations on good scientific practice and scientific misconduct
- Organizational frameworks for fostering good scientific practice
- Roles, responsibilities and accountability in the research process
- Collaboration, cooperation and competition
- Mentoring and supervision as tools for fostering good scientific practice
- Conflict management: how to deal with scientific misconduct
... is a biologist, M.A. for Applied Ethics in Health and Social Care and systemic coach and consultant. He has been teaching good scientific practice since 2009 and currently consults and teaches at about 30 universities and research institutions in several European countries and in Asia.