Gute wissenschaftliche Praxis für Promovierende im PhD-Programm / Good Scientific Practice for Doctoral Researchers - PhD Programm

medRSD Workshop

Please visit this event as early as possible so that you are informed about your rights and obligations and about scientific misconduct right from the start of your work. In this way, many possible problems can be avoided in advance.

Target group

Doctoral students in medicine / Phd-Programm (Member of medRSD)


Length of the workshop    One day

250 € - for external participants


Free - for doctoral students and researchers at the Medical Faculty of HHU

RegistrationmedRSD: See below how to register
CreditsIn the training program of medRSD:
Obligatory event
In the basic curriculum of the PhD program:
Obligatory event


Alle Termine ohne Gewähr.

Obeying the rules of good scientific practice is an elemental, if not the most important fundament to carry out research. Therefore, all scientist working at HHU are bound to the DFG Recommendations on “Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice” and the respective guidelines of the HHU.
As a young scientist participating in the MD/PhD programme, there are several points of interest to be addressed, e.g. concerning documentation, ethical considerations and interlectual property. Therefore, this workshop adresses to following topics:

- What is good scientific practice about?
- What are my responsibilities?
- What are my duties and my rights?
- What benefits are there in it for me and my work?
- How to prevent unneccessary (extra) workload?
- How to prevent problems?
- How to deal with problems?

Further information:
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Medical Research School Düsseldorf (medRSD)

Tel.: +49 211 81-08283
Fax: +49 211 81-16677
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Dr. Peter Schröder
Selbstständiger Trainer und Berater

medRSD Veranstaltungen

Chronologischer Terminkalender

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