Supervision requirements & guidelines

Guideline
Research integrity and good scientific practices
Provide the general principles of research integrity in the exercise of research to inspire and guarantee good scientific practices.
There is no international consensus on the exact definition of "research integrity", despite the increasing number of countries with national offices, agencies or other institutional structures concerned with research integrity, as well as national and transnational networks, forums, and international conferences on the subject. Research integrity corresponds to a standard of conduct in research, characterized by the observance and promotion of ethical and deontological principles that inspire and guarantee rigorous and responsible practices.
Reference of the resource
Scientific Integrity and Good Practices, Scientific Integrity and Ethics at CSIC, The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).
Topic:
Responsible supervision and mentoring
Subopic:
Supervision requirements & guidelines
Type of resource:
Guideline
Relevant stakeholder(s):
All stakeholders of scientific research
Relevant organisational level(s):
System (macro level)
Institution (meso level)