Resources for research ethics education: Mentoring
To provide guidelines for effective mentoring.
Mentoring should encompass ethical discussions about best research practices including authorship, collaboration, conflicts of interest, data management and more. By senior researchers passes informal and often unwritten standards from one generation of scientists to the next. Such mentoring may readily occur within a small research group, but some research groups are too large or competitive and issues of responsible conduct are discussed infrequently.
Reference of the resource
Resources for research ethics education: Mentoring, Michael Kalichman, Research Ethics Program, UC San Diego (2001).