Guidance and support

Guideline
Guidelines for responsible data management in scientific research
To educate new investigators about conducting responsible data management in scientific research.
Data management is one of the essential areas of responsible conduct of research, as outlined by the Office of Research Integrity. Researchers who are considering submitting a federal grant or contract for the first time can also benefit from this introductory course on data management, as can other research team members. The course includes background information about the topic, best practice guidelines, various learning features, and a resource section.
Reference of the resource
Guidelines for responsible data management in scientific research, Meghan B. Coulehan, Jonathan F. Wells, Developed by Clinical Tools, Inc., Funded by the Office of Research Integrity, US Department of Health and Human Services.
Topic:
Data practices and management
Subopic:
Guidance and support
Type of resource:
Guideline
Relevant discipline(s):
All
Relevant stakeholder(s):
All stakeholders of scientific research
Relevant organisational level(s):
System (macro level)
Institution (meso level)