Publishing gives researchers academic merit, but authorship brings also responsibility for the content of the publication.
TENK's model of curriculum vitae for researchers complies with good scientific practice.
The production of accessible content and services is in everyone’s interests – and also a requirement specified in law.
Allegations of research misconduct are investigated in the research organisation.
The Committee for Public Information in Finland has formulated national recommendations for science communication.
Finland has many laws and regulations that may affect research conduct.
The researcher’s professionalism demands responsible behaviour throughout – also when communicating – the research.
The Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK recommends agreeing on the principles of authorship in good time to prevent disputes.
ImagOA - Open Science and Use of Images is a guide for using images in the era of open science.
Links to guidelines and codes for responsible publishing.
Occupational codes or other ethical guidelines work in addition to TENK's guidelines.
Besides TENK there are other advisory boards on research ethics in Finland.