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Graduate research integrity programme grip an introduction to responsible research conduct

GraduateResearch IntegrityProgramme (GRIP):

An Introduction to Responsible ResearchConduct

Chet Jablonski, School of Graduate Studies, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland A1B 3X5

Abstract # 1163: 88th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Saskatoon, May 28 – June 1, 2005

The challenge
The Challenge:

  • Bring Memorial into compliance with Tricouncil Policy Statement on Integrity in Research and Scholarship (1994)

  • Design and implement a mandatory program for all graduate students

  • Make it happen on SGS budget (!)

Grip defined
GRIP defined:

  • Purpose

    • To provide an opportunity for graduate students to develop a personal framework for responsible research that fosters honesty and integrity

  • Goals

    • To understand the importance of integrity, identify and analyze integrity issues, and determine how to act responsibly

Grip nuts bolts
GRIP nuts & bolts:

  • Plenary Session

    • DOGS/VPR/ethics researcher

  • Self-Study Component

    • case studies - manual + Web CT

  • Disciplinary Workshop

    • Face-to-face peer session

Grip topics
GRIP topics:

  • Graduate student-faculty relationships

  • Sensitivity to human subjects

  • Sensitivity to animals and the environment

  • Ownership and acknowledgement

  • Data collection, storage and access

Grip awareness video sensitivity to animals and the environment
GRIP awareness videoSensitivity to animals and the environment

What grip can do
What GRIP can do . . .

  • Raise awareness to ethical challenges

  • Provide resources to draw on

  • Help to affirm personal values

What grip can t do
What GRIP can’t do . . .

  • Provide a profound understanding of moral theory and research ethics

  • Change basic moral character

  • Make you a better person

Grip administration
GRIP administration:

  • Supervisor meeting

  • Signed Completion form to SGS

  • Transcript entry: GRAD 9991 Grad Research Integrity Prgm PAS

  • Requires ¼ time SGS staff person

Grip es what didn t work
GRIP(ES) - what didn’t work:

  • Program promotion

  • Faculty buy-in /participation

  • Depth of coverage

  • Timing

  • Topics

Grip what we did right
GRIP - what we did right:

  • Consulted widely

  • Senior admin. participation

  • Funded from Tricouncil indirect costs program

  • Student centered

  • Created distance version

  • General requirement for all students

The graduate research integrity program grip1
The Graduate Research Integrity Program (GRIP)

  • If you’ve got your GRIP - KEEP IT!

  • If you’ve lost your GRIP – FIND IT!

  • If you’ve never had a GRIP – GET IT!

Grip acknowledgements
GRIP - Acknowledgements

Eileen Bragg (IDO)

Alyson Hajek (IDO)

Fred Hollingshurst (Media Serv.)

Elizabeth Noseworthy (SGS)

Daryl Pulman (Fac. of Medicine)

Jo Shawer (Geography)