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21 Feb
RCR: Bias in Scientific Literature
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Trainings & Workshops

Topic

Research

University Unit
Clinical and Translational Science Institute
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RCR: Bias in Scientific Literature

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The Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSIResponsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Center serves as a resource for researchers at the University of Pittsburgh. Our objective is to provide education so that you can learn to effectively recognize and avoid research misconduct and understand the resources that are available to support your research. Click here for more information or to view upcoming workshops.

Presented by Keith Vogt, MD PhD, Assistant Professor, Departments of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine and Bioengineering

In this workshop, we will discuss sources of bias in scientific literature, including: falsified and incorrectly analyzed data, possible bias from publishers and media, the impact of proliferation of low-impact and predatory journals, and current research culture favoring positive results and little replication. (subject matter: peer review)

Registration is required. Please register by February 20th.

Dial-In Information

Zoom information will be sent after registering.

Tuesday, February 21 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

RCR: Bias in Scientific Literature

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSIResponsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Center serves as a resource for researchers at the University of Pittsburgh. Our objective is to provide education so that you can learn to effectively recognize and avoid research misconduct and understand the resources that are available to support your research. Click here for more information or to view upcoming workshops.

Presented by Keith Vogt, MD PhD, Assistant Professor, Departments of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine and Bioengineering

In this workshop, we will discuss sources of bias in scientific literature, including: falsified and incorrectly analyzed data, possible bias from publishers and media, the impact of proliferation of low-impact and predatory journals, and current research culture favoring positive results and little replication. (subject matter: peer review)

Registration is required. Please register by February 20th.

Dial-In Information

Zoom information will be sent after registering.

Tuesday, February 21 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Topic

Research

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