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Committee for Public Information
Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK
A framework for self-regulation in research integrity: the Finnish model, step by step
A publication plan improves impact and makes author roles clear
A research integrity check-list in the humanities and social and behavioural sciences for research conducted in cooperation with companies
Animal experiments and laboratory animals
Business collaboration in non-medical research with human participants
Ethical review in Finland
Ethical review in human sciences in Finland since 2009
Ethics committees at universities of applied sciences
Find out whether you need a permit for your research
Medical research ethics in Finland
Research ethics – a guarantee of quality in the Horizon programme
Researchers’ conflicts of interest
Template for researcher's curriculum vitae
The ethics and risks of dual use research
What is a data management plan?
When does research require an ethical review?
Who gives consent in research on children and young people?
Who to contact? Ethical advisory boards in Finland
Citing digital research data – give credit where credit is due
Data protection tools for researchers
Do you use social media data in your research?
Ethical guidelines and codes
Expert ethical online research
Good behaviour spreads joy – and is productive
Legislation and research conduct
Online course in research integrity
Open Science Resource: an online course in open science
Open science and research ethics
Pre-emptive research ethics
Research Integrity Advisers assist the research community in Finland
Research integrity is learned in PhD supervision
Research misconduct and disregard for the responsible conduct of research
Responsible citizen science
Responsible conduct of research
Responsible historical research and data protection
Responsible research and the use of images
Self-plagiarism – how it can be avoided and why repeating yourself may also benefit research
Teaching and learning research integrity
The investigation of research misconduct in Finland
Tieteelliset seurat tieteen edistäjinä
Tieteelliset seurat tieteen edistäjinä
Who is the researcher of the future?
10 facts about Publication Forum
A publisher’s view of authorship
Agreeing on authorship: recommendation for research publications
Artistic freedom and the rules of research
Bold communication, responsible influence. Science communication recommendations
Checklist for research project participants for agreeing on authorship
Communicating science can take time: textbooks and other professional literature
Communicating science to different audiences
Communication as part of responsible conduct of research
Five days and one night of science
Good conduct guarantees the quality of peer review in science
Guidelines and codes for publishing
How should researchers view the societal impact of their work?
How to avoid predatory publications?
How to reach the public in science communication
Multisensory science communication: science centres as a bridge between science and society
Open co-authorship of scientific articles
Open science and commissioned research
Open science is changing the practices of peer review
Personal ORCID IDs for researchers
Publishing an article-based dissertation
Questions of scientific communications and research ethics at the Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences
Research projects that invest in interaction communicate more effectively
Responsible use of Publication Forum classification
Science and the news media are united by striving for truth
Social media as a researcher’s workplace
The European Accessibility Act and accessibility of e-books
The concept of copyright differs from the research integrity concept of authorship
The peer-review label aids transparency and consistency
The researcher as the target of hate speech
The researcher’s dilemma: copyright and data protection
The role of language professionals in international academic publishing
What can you tell about a research project that is only in its early stages?
What is science education?
Who qualifies as the author of a research publication?
Wikipedia, the forgotten tool for science communication
Archives as enablers of research
How to deal with hate speech at work?
Metadata is a message to the world
Only accessible information belongs to everyone
Researched information to support decision-making at national level
Researcher’s check list for publishing research data
Safeguard the anonymity of research subjects!
Science advice as part of responsible science and research
Science and political decision-making – the Parliament of Finland’s Committee for the Future
Seeking the experts of the future
The FAIR principles underpin good quality in research
What is social impact?
Why should researchers engage in public debate?