We see a growing concern for research integrity in academic research today. Universities and funding agencies are starting to require formal training in research ethics. To meet those demands, we are offering an online training with some of the practical tools researchers and administrators need to be able to identify ethical problems and to do something about them.
The training is non-profit, but not free. It is a part-time and runs over ten weeks. During the last week, participant’s share what they have learned with their colleagues.
This springs training starts April 4 2016. The fee is 1.125 Euro, including taxes. We are offering two training scholarships for participants from low- and middle income countries. The application deadline for scholarships is February 15.
Find more information HERE!