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Good scientific practice

Events on the topic of "good scientific practice"

Attending an event on good scientific practice before applying for admission to the doctoral procedure has been mandatory since May 2016.

The following online events are offered:

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Good scientific practice for doctoral students and those seeking a doctorate
Doctoral students and doctoral candidates of all doctoral procedures of the Faculty of Medicine
4-day online course on Iliad with asynchronous online exercises from 11.8.2020, synchronous webinar on 14.8.2020, 9:00 -11:00 or 15:00 -17:00 (total workload 4-6 hours).
On 10.8.2020 you will receive the access data.
When registering, please indicate the phase of your doctoral process (e.g. beginning, data collection and data evaluation, writing the dissertation).
Please indicate which webinar you would like to attend (9-11 or 15-17)
Good scientific practice for international candidates
For external candidates: in case you have no ZDV account, please contact us, indicating your full name and your date of birth. You will get a time limited account.

Starting September 21st with online assignments and live webinars on September 28th, 3-5pm and October 5th, 3-5pm
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Good scientific practice

GWP DFG Guidelines

With the recommendations of the German Research Foundation for the Safeguarding of Good Scientific Practice of 1998, the scientific community initiated and formulated a self-regulation that found a general consensus. On the basis of these recommendations, a comprehensive system of self-regulation was established in all the institutions of science that had been established.

The recommendations were supplemented and updated by the DFG General Assembly on 3 July 2013.

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Recommendations for safeguarding good scientific practice (pdf)

Procedural Guide to Good Scientific Practice (pdf)

Ombudsman for Science

The "Ombudsman for Science", known until 2010 as the "Ombudsman of the DFG", is available to all researchers directly and independently of any reference to the DFG for advice and support in questions of good scientific practice and its violation by scientific dishonesty. The Ombudsman for Science was established in 1999 by the DFG Senate as an independent body in accordance with a recommendation of the Commission "Self-Regulation in Science" (recommendation 16).

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Good science and misconduct in science

Information of the University and the Faculty of Medicine Tübingen

Representatives of the University of Tübingen and the Commission for Dealing with Scientific Misconduct, Guidelines and Rules of Procedure for Dealing with Scientific Misconduct at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen

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Principles of the Faculty of Medicine for the Safeguarding of Good Scientific Practice
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Recommendations of the Faculty of Medicine for the maintenance of a research protocol book
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