Los organizadores de la Sexta Conferencia Mundial de Integridad Cientifica han colocado un borrador de la Declaración de Hong Kong, y está en consulta. Sería muy bueno que esta Declaración reciba la retroalimentación de los latinoamericanos.
From: 6th World Conference on Research Integrity email@example.com
Sent: Friday, April 12, 2019 5:07 AM
To: 6th World Conference on Research Integrity
Subject: 6th WCRI: Invitation for comments on the draft “Hong Kong Manifesto for Assessing Researchers: Fostering Research Integrity” Dear participants,
You are invited to comment on the first draft of the “Hong Kong Manifesto for Assessing Researchers: Fostering Research Integrity” posted on the conference website. The Hong Kong Manifesto (“HKM”) aims to ensure that the assessment of researchers are conducive to research integrity by proposing six principles to improve the current system of academic assessment. The principles were proposed by a group of researchers, funders, academic administrators and biomedical editors and were discussed and amended by David Moher and other colleagues.
You are now invited to be a part of this process by giving us your input on the draft HKM and provide specific examples of implementation at your organization of good research integrity related to any of the six principles.
Please send us your feedback by completing the feedback form (http://www.wcri2019.org/uploads/files/2019/HKM_feedback_and_examples_of_implementation.docx) and returning it to Dr. David Moher (firstname.lastname@example.org) by April 26, 2019.
After receiving your feedback, the revised draft will be discussed in the two focus track sessions “How can we improve organizational assessment of researchers” during the conference. An updated version will be presented at the final plenary session. Your feedback will be invaluable to shape the HKM and we look forward to hearing from you.
We would also like to take this opportunity to inform you that:
o The allocated time and logistics arrangements regarding the oral and poster presentations will be sent to the authors/presenters in mid-May 2019.
o Some support may be provided to RI networks/groups to arrange small scale satellite meetings in Hong Kong outside the conference programme. For details, please contact the conference secretariat email@example.com.
o A table near the registration counter will be set up during the conference where not-for-profit organizations relevant for the RI interests of the participants could place leaflets. For details, please contact the conference secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org.
o Some optional side trips are posted on the conference website if participants are interested to spend a few days more in Hong Kong before or after the conference.
We look forward to meeting you in person in June!
Best regards from the Co-Chairs,
Mai Har Sham
Associate Vice-President (Research), The University of Hong Kong
Principal Research Integrity Advisor, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Professor of Methodology and Integrity, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands