How you can help. That is, most people will cheat, but not so much that they feel the need to view themselves as cheaters. Choosing the Right Lab (2:52) A research team from a prominent laboratory published an article in a prestigious academic journal. Currently around 70% of leisure horses are overweight or obese. You Suspect Research Misconduct. He and his wife are expecting their first child soon. COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. The Misuse of Placeholders (2:14) Biased Peer Review or Flawed Methodology? Modernisation and changes in economic focus have served to shift the demographics of the UK equine population away from traditional working roles and towards leisure and recreation. We have recently made three important findings. (4:08), Reproducibility or Luck? Case Studies The following cases are anonymized, but based on real events. The administration of amphotericin B for a prolonged period is infeasible in the health care settings where cryptococcal meningitis is most frequent. Secondly we have shown that Campylobacter is very varied in how it behaves. (2:52), Reproducibility or Luck? The Struggle to Get Results (3:46) Case: Research Integrity Jones is a highly successful entrepreneurial academic scientist. These case study videos address topics such as mentoring relationships, authorship, publication, data integrity, and potential research misconduct. Embellished Credentials in a Grant Application: A Case Study Ph.D. Cheating; Graduate education; Peru; Plagiarism; Research integrity. His research team performs brilliantly conceived studies with precision and completeness. The situation is complex and ‘simple solutions’ such as ‘feeding the horse more or less’ are far from simple to effect under domestic conditions, without causing further negative impacts on health. Two cases involved cheating in graded assignments, and five cases correspond to plagiarism in the thesis protocol. This ‘microbiome’ is altered in obese and old horses in a way that can leave them susceptible to metabolic disease when challenged with ‘energy-rich’ but commonly used foods, including grass and cereals. Recent surveys have shown 70% of supermarket chicken in the UK has Campylobacter. The Struggle to Get Results (3:46), Biased Peer Review or Flawed Methodology? Urol Oncol. We have studied two formulations of amphotericin B: amphotericin B deoxycholate and liposomal amphotericin B. The quality of our reputation depends on the quality of our research and scholarship. Now What? U.S. Department of Health and Human Service (PDF). (1:57), Codes, guidelines, policies and standards, Receive copies of the Research Ethics Monthly directly. We asked the question whether very short courses of therapy result in the same antifungal effect as standard daily therapy. Switchboard: +44 (0)151 794 2000 Student enquiries: +44 (0) 151 794 5927, Resources and guidance on research integrity. Between 2011 and 2013, the Masters program sequentially introduced a preventive policy consisting of: (i) intensified research integrity and scientific writing education, (ii) a stepwise, cumulative writing process; (iii) honor codes; (iv) active search for plagiarism in all academic products; and (v) a "zero-tolerance" policy in response to documented cases. Without this evidence, the clinical trials are too risky to conduct and cannot proceed. These case study videos address topics such as mentoring relationships, authorship, publication, data integrity, and potential research misconduct. (1:57), View  the  videos on the US ORI  web site, Biased Peer Review or Flawed Methodology? Conflict of interest All authors have completed the ICMJE uniform disclosure form at www.icmje.org/coi_disclosure.pdf and declare: all authors had financial support from the NIH Fogarty International Center for the submitted work; all authors had paid teaching positions at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia in the previous 3 years; no other relationships or activities that could appear to have influenced the submitted work. Plagiarism in nursing education: an integrative review. Even though the setting is a health sciences laboratory the topics are very relevant to collaborative research in other disciplines. One-to-three dosages produced the same antifungal effect as daily therapy over a 2-week period. NIH We have learned that the bacteria in spontaneously passed faeces are representative of the gastrointestinal microbiome.  |  Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities are integral to being an academician. Understanding this is important in processing poultry carcasses to reduce the risk of contamination. RESEARCH INTEGRITY broadly refers to the thoughtful and honest adherence to relevant ethical, disciplinary, and financial standards in the promotion, design, conduct, evaluation, and sharing of research in their field. The findings from this experimental work are now being tested in patients from Africa with cryptococcal meningitis.