Related Policies and Resources
The following are university policies and resources relating to the responsible conduct of research.
- OUHSC Ethics in Research policy (OUHSC Faculty Handbook, Section 3.25)
- How to contact the OUHSC Research Integrity Officer
- OU Report It! An anonymous, easy-to-use, 24-hour reporting hotline - provides a simple and anonymous way for employees, students, and community members to report concerns or possible misconduct.
- International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE): Roles and Responsibilities of Authors, Contributors, Reviewers, Editors, Publishers, and Owners
- OUHSC General Research Policies
- OUHSC Conflict of Interest information
- www.turnitin.com/– anti–plagiarism checking software
- From the federal Office of Research Integrity:
- From NIH: Training
on Rigor and Reproducibility
- From Columbia University: RCR – Research Misconduct Module
- From University of Alabama at Birmingham: Online Learning Tool for Research Integrity and Image Processing
- From University of New Hampshire RCR Library Guide: http://libraryguides.unh.edu/RCR/intro
- From the Professionalism & Integrity in Research Program:
- The Lab Leadership and Management Best Practices Checklist is a tool for Principal Investigators who are responsible for managing lab operations and leading research staff. The checklist guides these investigators to identify areas of strength and opportunities for improvement and helps them establish effective professional habits to support research excellence and integrity.
- The SMART Approach provides guidelines for professional decision making, with sample reflection questions to help researchers examine their situation and make decisions that are ethical and effective in achieving their research goals.