Research Integrity, Open Science, and Health Policy - The BMJ

Kirstine's bookmarks 2018-11-09


Munafò, Hollands, and Marteau point to the serious damage caused by academic misconduct to the trust in science. The authors call for ‘open science’ based on a fundamental cultural shift in the science ecosystem where research workflows are made transparent and subject to greater scrutiny from the early stages of protocols and planning through publication and data sharing. As they indicate, this is increasingly the case in clinical trials while more and more being considered for all sciences.



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Tags: oa.open_science oa.medicine oa.credibility oa.prestige oa.quality oa.reproducibility oa.misconduct oa.policies oa.mandates

Date tagged:

11/09/2018, 06:53

Date published:

11/09/2018, 01:53