We are thrilled to be sponsoring the 4th World Conference on Research Integrity. Launched in 2007, as a combined effort of the European Science Foundation and the US Office of Research Integrity, the conference has helped establish research integrity in different science systems as a global priority.
The World Conference will provide Epigeum with the perfect platform from which to announce their new RCR Impact Plus programme, a brand new approach to assessing the impact of RCR and other professional development training. These tools will be packaged and integrated with a suite of courses that cover all of the basic US training requirements: RCR, human and animal subjects protections, conflict of interest and other key areas of research responsibility.
Professor Nick Steneck, Lead Advisor for the Epigeum RCR Impact Plus programme, will be speaking about this exciting new initiative on Monday 1st June at 11am in Room: Segovia ||| and will also be available for a small number of personal consultations on the topic.
Epigeum can be found at booth 3 all week so come say hi and ask us about what the new RCR Impact Plus programme could mean for your university