Articles

Lifecycle of research consists of planning, doing, publishing and reuse.

The articles on this website provide information on the processes behind research-based knowledge: the production, publication, and evaluation of research on the basis of reliable and responsible practices accepted in the research community. In order for science and research to benefit society, every stage of the research process must be carried out in a responsible manner.

Recent articles

24.8.2018

Who should be asked to give consent when research concerns children or young people? How to ensure that a child knows what consent involves?

24.8.2018

In science publishing, questions relating to authorship may once more become a topic of debate.

24.8.2018

The responsible researcher and responsible research should operate in interaction with the rest of society.

20.8.2018

Pre-emptive ethics is a tool that can be used to systematically identify and resolve issues of research ethics as a community.

20.8.2018

In decision-making, attention should be paid to up-to-date expert information in all its diversity.

20.8.2018

There is much less objective information in the world that we might think. What we do find is a number of well-founded alternative viewpoints.

20.8.2018

Transparency regarding reseachers’ potential conflicts of interest is important in order to retain the trust of society and citizens in science.

7.8.2018

ImagOA - Open Science and Use of Images is a guide for using images in the era of open science.

15.7.2018

Legislation aims to ensure that clinical research uses competent methods, produces reliable results and is ethically acceptable.

12.7.2018

Links to guidelines and codes for responsible publishing.

28.6.2018

Checklist helps participants in a research project to agree on authorship at every stage of the research.

27.6.2018

The researcher’s professionalism demands responsible behaviour throughout – also when communicating – the research.