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Hjördis Czesnick, Head of Office of the German Research Ombudsman Committee, to Present Insights on Research Integrity and Whistleblower Protection
Our colleague Brian Cahill from MCAA will be moderating a ReMO COST Action webinar titled “Research Integrity as Part of a Wider Research Culture” on June 28th, featuring Hjördis Czesnick, the Head of Office of the German Research Ombudsman.
Research integrity plays a vital role in maintaining the credibility and trustworthiness of scientific endeavors. To shed light on this important topic, the upcoming ReMO webinar titled “Research Integrity as Part of a Wider Research Culture” will delve into the role of ombudspersons in research and highlight the work of the German Research Ombudsman Committee. Scheduled for June 28, 2023, at 3:00 PM, the webinar aims to explore the responsibilities of research institutions in fostering a climate that aligns with research integrity guidelines and provides insights into recent developments in ombuds work and whistleblower protection in research.
Dr. Hjördis Czesnick, the Head of the Office of the German Research Ombudsman Committee, will be the distinguished speaker for this informative session. With her expertise and extensive involvement in the European Network of Research Integrity Offices, Dr. Czesnick is well-equipped to shed light on the crucial aspects of research integrity and its broader implications within the research community.
The webinar is organized as part of the ReMO (Researcher Mental Health Observatory) project, an initiative aimed at promoting researcher well-being and mental health. By addressing topics related to research integrity, ReMO seeks to create awareness and foster a supportive environment for researchers. The event will consist of Dr. Czesnick’s presentation and an interactive discussion with participants, allowing for a comprehensive exploration of the subject matter.
The German Research Ombudsman Committee, supported by an office in Berlin, plays a crucial role in promoting good scientific practice and integrity in Germany. As an appointed committee under the German Research Foundation (DFG), the Ombuds Committee provides assistance to scientists and researchers in the country, offering guidance and conflict resolution related to questions of good scientific practice.
The upcoming ReMO webinar will provide a valuable platform for researchers and professionals in the scientific community to gain insights into the important role of ombudspersons and research institutions in upholding research integrity. By understanding the significance of fostering a research culture that complies with integrity guidelines, attendees can contribute to the overall advancement and credibility of scientific research.
Registration for the webinar is open, and interested participants can find further details and secure their spot by visiting the official ReMO website. The event is free to attend, allowing a wide audience to benefit from the knowledge shared by Dr. Hjördis Czesnick and engage in meaningful discussions on research integrity.
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