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Honesty, Accountability and Trust: Fostering Research Integrity in Canada (Guidance: Council of Canadian Academies – Expert panel included Daniele Fanelli | 2010)

 


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The membership of the expert panel included:
Paul Davenport, O.C., Chair
Wesley Cragg
Martha Crago
Daniele Fanelli
Jean-Marc Fleury
Lisa M. Given
Ronald Heslegrave
Brian C. Martinson
Kathryn O’Hara
B. Mario Pinto, FRSC
R. Kerry Rowe, FRSC, FCAE
Clive Seligman
Daniel W. Smith, FRSC, FCAE
Michèle Stanton-Jean, O.Q.

Academic research is a core driver of modern society. It plays a major role in economic competitiveness, environmental protection, and the health and safety of Canadians. The proper conduct of research is critical to its credibility, the public’s trust in its outcomes, and the integrity of the published record. A common understanding of research integrity would be valuable to granting agencies, research institutions, individual researchers, students, and all those interested in research results.

Industry Canada asked the Council of Canadian Academies to conduct an assessment examining the key research integrity principles, procedural mechanisms, and appropriate practices for their application across research disciplines and institutions in Canada.

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