Our next scholarly communication brown bag discussion will be about retractions. We hope to talk about how retractions get issued, how researchers find out about retracted articles, what happens to people who are involved in a retraction, and what impact this has on the research lifecycle.
In advance of that discussion, here are a few resources that may help provide some context.
- Scientific Misconduct and Medical Journals – Editorial in the Journal of the American Medical Association
- Checklist for Research Integrity Investigation Reports – see article supplement for checklist
We are also gathering anonymous feedback about retractions. If you have anything to share regarding retractions (even if you haven’t been directly involved) please consider taking the short survey.
We hope to see you on Wednesday, Nov. 7th, at 12:00pm in PCL Learning Lab 3.