Integrity in Scientific Research: Five Video Vignettes (1996)
Producer: American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS]; Amram Nowak Associates, Inc.; the Medical College of Georgia, Division of Health Communication
"The videos dramatize realistic situations that raise ethical issues in research but leave the participants; dilemmas unresolved, making them ideal for stimulating discussion. The dramas highlight gray areas of research where reasonable people can differ over what constitutes the proper course of action. The videos are intended for scientists, post-doctoral fellows, graduate and upper-level undergraduate students, research administrators, and technicians, and anyone who works in a laboratory or is involved in research." "Only a Bridge touches on issues related to intellectual property, disclosure of privileged information, sharing information in science, crediting the work of others, and the responsibilities of collaborators who encounter questionable conduct by a colleague." Noah's Dilemmas highlights the competitive pressures affecting scientists, conflicts between work and home, mentoring responsibilities, and the selection and reporting of data and record keeping." "Of Mice and Mendoza: Sharing in Science focuses on issues related to industrial support of research and the stresses that scientists experience in the face of conflicting professional values, legal obligations, and loyalty to colleagues." "Where Credit is Due explores authorship practices in science, the allocation of credit, and maintaining notebooks." "The Whole Truth raises issues regarding the responsibilities and consequences of reporting suspicions of misconduct, institutional responses to misconduct allegations, the role of peer review in detecting misconduct, reporting deviations from research protocol, and the use of animals in research." See http://www.aaas.org/spp/video/ for further description and information about these videos.
Administrators; Authorship; Disclosure; Intellectual Property; Legal Obligations; Mice; Misconduct; Peer Review; Property; Research; Review; Reporting; Responsibilities; Science; Students; Values; Drugs and Drug Industry; Genetics, Molecular Biology and Microbiology; Animal Experimentation; Journalism / Mass Media Ethics; Scientific Research Ethics;
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Integrity in Scientific Research: Creating an Environment That Promotes Responsible Conduct, by the Committee on Assessing Integrity in Research Environments, Board on Health Sciences Policy and Division of Earth and Life Sciences, Institute Of Medicine, National Research Council Kalichman, Michael (2003-05-14)