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Postgraduate training

PhD-course on Scientific Integrity

Starting date: See Start date
Duration: One day

This one-day course is compulsory for PhD students. During the course various issues will be addressed, such as authorship rules, where to go to if you suspect scientific misconduct and how to stay a person of integrity.

Target Audience: Promovendus/onderzoeker/PhD Student

About us

Overview

A one day course on research integrity. Taught by experienced teachers.

Topics:

  • Scientific misconduct
  • Where can I go to in the Erasmus MC
  • Rules on authorship
  • How to stay a person of integrity

Practical information

Start date

Start dates 2021

  • 4th November  (English spoken) Live in EMC (01.00pm -05.30pm)
  • 23th November  (Dutch spoken) Live in EMC (01.00pm -05.30pm)

Program

During Covid-19 we plan the course to be given online through zoom, from 1:00 p.m - 5:30 p.m, till October 1st. After October 1st, 2021 we will start with live courses in the Erasmus MC from 1:00 p.m - 5:30 p.m.

Approximately two weeks before the course date you will receive homework assignments and the general information.

 

Cost

The course is offered free of charge to Erasmus MC PhD students, on the conditions that the student prepares well and attends the whole day and receives a course certificate at the end. Not successfully finishing the course day or cancellation less than two weeks before the course date, will lead to an invoice of €150 submitted to the head of Department.

Preparations

Information on the course and the preparation will be send to the student after registration

Apply and terms and conditions

Apply

We strongly suggest that you follow this course in the second year of your research project, so that all attendees have sufficient experience with research practices.

Registration course Research integrity, English spoken

Terms and conditions

Not successfully finishing the course day or cancellation less than two weeks before the course date, will lead to an invoice of €150 submitted to the head of Department.