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Workshop #2: Codes of Conduct
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Association Codes
    1. Bahrain, Bahrain Society of Engineers. Bahrain Society of Engineers Code of Ethics: Bahrain Society of Engineers; n/d.
    2. India, Computer Society of India. Computer Society of India Code of Ethics: Computer Society of India; n/d.
    3. International, International Association for Dental Research. International Association for Dental Research Code of Ethics: International Association for Dental Research; 2009.
    4. New Zealand, New Zealand Psychological Society. Code of Ethics for Psychologists Working in Aotearoa/New Zealand: New Zealand Psychological Society; 2002. http://www.psychologistsboard.org.nz/cms_show_download.php?id=237
    5. Norway, Norwegian Institute of Biomedical Science. Ethics for Biomedical Laboratory Scientists: Norwegian Institute of Biomedical Science; 2006.
    6. Singapore, Singapore Psychological Society. Singapore Psychological Society Code of Professional Ethics: Singapore Psychological Society; n/d.
    7. South Africa, Computer Society of South Africa. Computer Society of South Africa Code of Conduct: Computer Society of South Africa; n/d.
    8. United Kingdom, British Psychological Society. British Psychological Society Code of Conduct: British Psychological Society; 2009.
    9. United Kingdom, Wellcome Trust. Guidelines on Good Research Practice: Including Statement on the Handling of Allegations of Research Misconduct. London: Wellcome Trust; 2005, first published 2002. www.wellcome.ac.uk
    10. United States, American Educational Research Association. Ethical Standards of the American Educational Research Association: American Educational Research Association; 1992, rev. 1996 and 2000.
    11. United States, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Code of Ethics: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; n/d. http://www.asbmb.org/Page.aspx?id=70&terms=ethics
    12. United States, American Society of Civil Engineers. American Society of Civil Engineers Code of Ethics: American Society of Civil Engineers; 1914, rev. 2006.
    13. United States, American Society of Human Genetics. American Society of Human Genetics Code of Ethics: American Society of Human Genetics; 2006. http://www.ashg.org/pages/about_ethics.shtml
    14. United States, Association for the Study of Higher Education. Association for the Study of Higher Education Principles of Ethical Conduct: Association for the Study of Higher Education; 2003. http://www.ashe.ws/?page=180
    15. World Medical Association. Declaration of Helsinki: World Medical Association; 1964.

Institutional Codes
    1. Austria, Medical University of Graz. Medical University of Graz Standards of Good Practice: Medical University of Graz; 2005.
    2. Hungary, University CE. Code of Ethics of Central European University: Central European University; 2003.
    3. India, Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes. Ethical Guidelines for Social Science Research in Health: Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes; 2000.
    4. United Kingdom, Belfast QsUi. Queen's University Belfast Code of Good Conduct in Research: Queen's University in Belfast; 2007.
    5. United States, University of Connecticut. Code of Conduct: University of Connecticut: University of Connecticut; n/d.
    6. United States, University of Minnesota. University of Minnesota Code of Conduct: University of Minnesota; 1966, rev. 2006.

International
    1. Europe, ALL European Academies (ALLEA). Memorandum on Scientific Integrity: ALLEA; 2003.
    2. European Union, European Commission. European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for Recruitment of Researchers: European Commission; 2005.
    3. European Union, European Commission. Code of Conduct for Responsible Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies Research: European Commission; 2008. http://ec.europa.eu/nanotechnology/pdf/nanocode-rec_pe0894c_en.pdf
    4. International, OECD. Best practices for ensuring scientific integrity and preventing misconduct: OECD; 2007. http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/37/17/40188303.pdf
    5. International, UNESCO. Social Science Conduct Code: UNESCO; 2004. http://www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/HQ/SHS/pdf/Soc_Sci_Code.pdf
    6. International, UNESCO. Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights: UNESCO; 2005. http://www.unesco.org/new/en/social-and-human-sciences/themes/bioethics/bioethics-and-human-rights/
    7. UK Research Integrity Office. Recommended Checklist for Researchers. London: UK RIO; [n.d.].
    8. National Academy of Sciences. Committee on the Conduct of Science. On Being a Scientist: Responsible Conduct in Research. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press; 2009. http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=12192&page=1

National Codes
    1. Germany, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft: Commission on Professional Self Regulation in Science. Proposals for Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft: Commission on Professional Self Regulation in Science; 1998. http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/principles_dfg_funding/good_scientific_practice/index.html
    2. Japan, Science Council of Japan. Code of Conduct for Scientists: Science Council of Japan; 2006. http://www.scj.go.jp/ja/info/kohyo/pdf/kohyo-20-s3e-1.pdf
    3. National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research: National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia; 2007. http://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc/file/publications/synopses/r39.pdf
    4. Nepal, Nepal Health Research Council. National Ethical Guidelines for Health Research in Nepal: Nepal Health Research Council; 2001.
    5. Netherlands, Association of Universities in the Netherlands. The Netherlands Code of Conduct for Scientific Practice: Association of Universities in the Netherlands; 2004.
    6. Nigeria, National Health Research Ethics Committee of Nigeria. National Code of Health Research Ethics: National Health Research Ethics Committee of Nigeria; 2007.
    7. Poland, Polish Academy of Sciences. Good Manners in Science: A Set of Principles and Guidelines: Polish Academy of Sciences; 2001. http://www.ken.pan.pl/images/stories/pliki/goodmanners.pdf
    8. Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia Research Advisory Council. Research Ethics Committee Guidelines and Policies Manual: Saudi Arabia Research Advisory Council; 2000. http://rc.kfshrc.edu.sa/ORA/Forms/Guidelines/RAC%20Research%20Ethics%20Committee%20Guidelines%20&%20Policies.pdf
    9. Sweden, Scientists in Sweden. Uppsala Code of Ethics for Scientists: Scientists in Sweden; 1984.
    10. United Kingdom, UK Research Integrity Office. Code of Practice for Research. Promoting Good Practice and Preventing Misconduct.: UK Research Integrity Office; 2009.
    11. * 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity, Singapore Statement, working draft.

Reports
  1. European Science Foundation. Stewards of Integrity: Institutional Approaches to Promote and Safeguard Good Research Practice in Europe. Strassbourg: ESF; April 2008. http://www.esf.org/
  2. * European Science Foundation, Member Organisation Forum. Executive Report: Fostering Research Integrity in Europe. Strassbourg: ESF; 2010. http://www.esf.org
  3. Evers K. Codes of Conduct: Standards for Ethics in Research. Brussels: European Commission; 2003.
  4. European Science Foundation, Member Organisation Member Forum on Scientific Integrity, Working Group 2, Guidelines for Good Practice Rules, from Code of Conduct for Scientific Integrity; [2010].

 

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