updated October 9, 2019
http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/faculty/policies/ - JHU SOM Faculty policies, including:
- Policy on Conflict of Commitment and Conflict of Interest
- Rules and Guidelines for Responsible Conduct of Research
- Teacher/Learner policy (this link is broken in the "Responsible Conduct" policy)
- Procedures for Dealing with Issues of Professional Misconduct
- Procedures for Dealing with Issues of Research Misconduct
- Grievance Procedure for Faculty, Fellows, and the Student Body
- Guidelines for Conduct in Teacher/Learner Relationships
Human subjects - the JCCI (JHU SOM IRB): http://irb.jhmi.edu/
Animal care - http://www.jhu.edu/animalcare/
What is Ethics in Research & Why is It Important?
Great article by David B. Resnik, J.D., Ph.D. hosted by the NIEHS/NIH
On Being a Scientist (click the "Download Free PDF" link at upper right)
A valuable resource made available by NAP
ICMJE Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly work in Medical Journals: http://www.icmje.org/recommendations/
A great resource, including ethics, privacy, conflict of interest, etc.
Online Resource from the Columbia Responsible Conduct of Research Education Committee (RCREC)
Data Provenance: It's 10 pm; Do you know where your data are?
Article on data storage and retention considerations by Ray and Anderson (not the most original title in retrospect, but it gets the point across)
Example of issues with data quality: Figure errors, sloppy science, and fraud: keeping eyes on your data
Describing issues found in submissions to the Journal of Clinical Investigation by Williams, Casadevell, and Jackson
|Note the alarmingly disproportionate increase in retractions (in red) relative to total publications (blue)!|
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