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APPE Releases Report On the State and Future of Research Integrity Education

Photo provided by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE).

Last November, the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE), based at the Prindle Institute, hosted a National Dialogue on the State of Research Integrity Education at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Washington, D.C. The aims of the event were to (1) characterize historical and current approaches used to teach responsible conduct of research (RCR) and build cultures of research integrity, and (2) propose strategies to strengthen the network of accountability within and between relevant partner sectors.

The National Dialogue, which brought together researchers and vested partners from various industries, universities, funders, and regulatory bodies, culminated in a series of strategy recommendations for the responsible conduct of research across sectors. Today, APPE released a public report titled “Improving Research Integrity: The Role of Accountability Across the Research Enterprise.”

Read the full report, learn more about this APPE project, or register for a debrief webinar on the National Dialogue on Research Integrity here. Interested parties can direct media inquiries to APPE Executive Director Kristen Fuhs Wells at kristen@appe-ethics.org.


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