Ethical considerations in research and publishing
Wiley Researcher AcademyCertified microlearning courses for research and publication success
Find out the principles of ethical research and why it’s important. A Wiley Researcher Academy and R Upskill certified microlearning course.
What you learn
You’ll know more about unethical authorship, attribution and accountability
You’ll learn about the considerations in studies on humans or human-derived biologicals and issues related to studies on animals
You’ll discover how privacy issues in research publishing and definitions of redundancy in research publishing
You’ll understand misconduct, fair use and plagiarism
Ethical considerations are vital when conducting research. In this course, you will identify the best ethical practices through writing, submission and post-publication of a scientific article. You’ll also learn about fictitious authorship, false data, plagiarism and conflicts of interest.
Chris Graf Chris Graf was Co-Vice Chair of COPE, Committee on Publication Ethics, and Society Partnership Director at Wiley. Chris has been a journal publisher for more than 20 years. He promotes integrity in research and its publication at COPE, and at Wiley he delivers sustainable and impactful approaches to research publishing for societies and their communities. Currently, he is Director, Research Integrity & Publishing Ethics