Research Misconduct & Detrimental Research Practices: An Overview & Case Studies – Virtual Event on October 14, 2022
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September 30, 2022

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Do you know the difference between research misconduct and detrimental research practices?

To gain a better understanding of these topics and hear real-life scenarios, make plans to participate in a free, virtual event, presented by the NIH and the HHS Office of Research Integrity. Experts will explore interpersonal, institutional, and professional responsibilities in the overall ethical conduct of research during presentations, case studies, and discussions with the audience.

Date: October 14, 2022

Time: 2:00 – 4:00 PM

Additional Topics of Discussion:

  • Public Health Service (PHS) Regulations on handling research misconduct allegations
  • Responsibilities of an institution receiving PHS funds
  • Red flags that may help to avoid misconduct in research.


Register just one time to gain access to the virtual NIH Grants Conference Center, which includes all 2022-2023 preconference events (August – January), the 2-day conference (February 1-2), and a multitude of valuable resources.

  • Once registered, log in and explore the conference platform.
  • Plan your experience by building your own agenda from the PreCon Events, Conference sessions, and on-demand videos listings.
  • Visit the NIH institute and program informational booths in the virtual Exhibit Hall at any time to view and download resources. Many of the 45 NIH booths will be staffed during the 2-day NIH Grants Conference in February 2023.

This webinar is one of several monthly pre-conference events during the virtual NIH Grants Conference 2022-2023 season. Each “PreCon Event” provides an opportunity to take a deep dive into topics of interest to the NIH grants community.

Other Upcoming PreCon Events that may be of interest: (View the NIH Grants Conference site for more details):

  • Nov. 9: International Collaborations: Policies, Processes, & Partnerships
  • Dec. 6 - 7: Human Subjects Research: Policies, Clinical Trials, and Inclusion

Recent PreCon Events: Recordings are now available

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