Good Research Practice
The report Good Research Practice addresses relevant legislation and ethical requirements and recommendations against the background of questions that may arise in research work. The aim is to provide an orientation among the issues and problems, stimulate thought and contribute to the debate on responsibility and challenges.
This report primarily addresses researchers, not least the younger generation, to help them make well-reasoned research ethical decisions.
We are revising Good Research Practice
A lot has happened in the research community since 2017. New government agencies with mandates relating to research ethics have been established, and a law relating to scientific misconduct has been passed. This means that some of the information in the publication Good Research Practice is no longer up-to-date. We are now updating the contents, and are also taking this opportunity to revise the publication and include ethical dilemmas from different research fields. The new publication is expected to be ready in late 2023.