The National Survey on Research Integrity project (www.nsri2020.nl) needs your help defining the most important detrimental research practices (DRPs) in the Humanities and Arts. We are interested in participants from UvA, VU, Leiden University and Utrecht University.
What causes scientists to engage in DRPs and how can we strengthen our research community in this regard?
These are some of the key questions the Dutch National Survey on Research Integrity (NSRI) hopes to answer. We would like to invite you to participate in our Focus Groups (FG) study which is part of this project. The definition and selection of DRPs is a key aspect of the preparatory year of the NSRI. In order to be able to adequately identify which DRPs are most important in your research field, we need your participation.
The insights gained from the FG will play a pivotal role in developing the national survey that will be conducted in 2020. You can read more at www.nsri2020.nl.
The FG are planned for the 6 and 7 May 2019 in Room C-082 of the Faculty of Medicine of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU) (more information will follow after confirmation of your participation). For the Domain Humanities and Arts at the UvA, VU, LU and UU, the following dates and times have been scheduled:
|PhD candidates||6 May, 14:00||C-082 (VU)|
|Postdocs, Associate & Assistant Professors||6 May, 10:00||C-082 (VU)|
|Full Professors||7 May, 14:00||C-082 (VU)|
Our research team consists of Dr. Lex Bouter (VU), Dr. Gowri Gopalakrishna (VUmc), Dr. Elian Gomez (VUmc), Dr. Gerben ter Riet (AMC), and Dr. Jelte Wicherts (Tilburg University).
Thank you in advance!
On behalf of Prof. Lex Bouter, Project leader,
Elian Gomez Azcarate Renero, PhD, Assistant Researcher