Volume II of Responsible Science includes background papers and selected institutional reports, policies, and procedures that were used to develop Volume I. Topics discussed include traditions of mentorship in science; data handling practices in the biological sciences; academic policies and standards governing the conduct of research practices; congressional interest in issues of misconduct and integrity in science; the regulatory experience of human subjects research; and the roles of scientific and engineering societies in fostering research integrity.
The panel also considers numerous institutional policy statements adopted by research universities and professional societies that address different aspects of misconduct or integrity in science. These statements have been selected to convey the diverse approaches for addressing such matters within research institutions.
National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine. 1993. Responsible Science: Ensuring the Integrity of the Research Process: Volume II. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/2091.
|Part A: Background Papers||1-25|
|1 Fostering Responsible Conduct in Science and Engineering Research: ...||26-49|
|2 Professional Societies and Responsible Research Conduct||50-65|
|3 Mentorship and the Research Training Experience||66-78|
|4 Reflections on the Current State of Data and Reagent Exchange Among ...||79-89|
|5 Factors Enhancing Acceptance of Federal Regulation of Research||90-116|
|6 Congressional Activities Regarding Misconduct and Integrity in Science||117-125|
|Part B: Selected Guidelines for the Conduct of Research||126-129|
|7 Guidelines for the Conduct of Research at the National Institute of Health||130-137|
|8 Guidelines for Investigators in Scientific Research||138-158|
|9 Rules and Guidelines for Responsible Conduct of Research||159-200|
|10 Guidelines for the Responsible Conduct of Research||201-205|
|11 Report of the Committee on Academic Responsibility||206-222|
|Part C: Specific Research Policies and Practices||223-225|
|12 Policy for Recording and Preserving Scientific Data||226-228|
|13 Guidelines on Research Data and Manuscripts||229-242|
|14 PHS Policy Relating to Distribution of Unique Research Resources ...||243-248|
|15 Guidelines for Professional Conduct||249-265|
|Part D: Policies and Procedures for Handling Allegations of Misconduct in ...||266-273|
|16 Framework for Institutional Policies and Procedures to Deal with Fraud ...||274-275|
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