Exploring Best Practices in Research Integrity
Monday, April 4, 2011
9 AM – 2:15 PM
Sheraton Philadelphia City Center Hotel
201 North 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19103
Join the member organizations of Professionals for the Public Interest to explore the impact of multiple influences on research integrity in three fields: the hard sciences and engineering, public health, and education. Experts in each will outline challenges to research integrity and invite your input in breakout sessions. What best practices might enable stakeholders to create an environment that respects research integrity?
This PftPI Forum will use the Singapore Statement on research integrity from the Second World Conference on Research Integrity as a starting point. The outcomes will be available for research professionals to use in their own workplaces and may inform the deliberations of the Third World Conference on Research Integrity, tentatively scheduled for 2013.
Philip J. Langlais, Ph.D.
Professor, Old Dominion University
Co-Founder and Co-Director, National Advisory Panel on Research Integrity
Linda Rae Murray, MD, MPH
President, American Public Health Association
Chief Medical Officer, Cook County Department of Public Health
Kyle Snow, Ph.D.
Senior Scholar and Director, Center for Applied Research,
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Editor, Inside Higher Ed
This event is FREE and open to the public with advance registration. Lunch will be served to registered guests.To register, go to http://www.pftpi.org/
For more information, contact Jennifer Dorning at email@example.com
or 202-638-0320 x. 114.
PftPI thanks the organizations that planned this Forum:
American Association for the Advancement of Science • American Federation of Teachers
• American Public Health Association • Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO •
IEEE-USA • National Association for the Education of Young Children