The course consists of four modules:
The overall learning objective is to stimulate reflection, awareness, and discussion of academic integrity and good scientific conduct; to strengthen your ability to conduct research according to the principles, rules, guidelines, traditions and possibilities of the profession of scholarship as practiced at University of Southern Denmark; to strengthen your ability to comply with rules and standards for data sampling, analysis and management; and to introduce you to key elements of scholarly publishing, authoring and authorship.
Form: For every module there is a three-hour lecture session with approximately two hours preparation and/or follow-up. You must complete all four modules.
- Professor Charlotte Wien, PhD (SDUB)
- Associate Professor, Martin Marchman Andersen (National Institute of Public Health)
- Research Librarian Evgenios Vlachos, PhD (SDUB)
- Legal Advisor Lars Engelstoft (SDU Research & Innovation Organisation)
- Professor Jan Frystyk, PhD (Department of Clinical Research)
- Professor Robin Christensen (Department of Clinical Research)
- Information specialist Kirstin Remvig (SDUB)
- Head of Section Jens Dam (SDUB)
The course is free of charge for PhD students enrolled in Universities that have joined the "Open market agreement"
For other participants, there is a course fee of DKK 2,609,-