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Courses and workshops will be offered throughout the project and in continuing years by the participating societies. Upcoming workshops will be posted on this page an on the announcements on the project home page.

Upcoming Workshops/Courses

Professional Integrity: Best Practices for Publishing Your Work
Dates: January 16-19, 2014 (Martin Luther King weekend)
Location: Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida (Disney World)

Who Should Attend? This is the initial pilot test of the new publication ethics modules. The course is open to up to 25 graduate students in physiology or bio-engineering/biological engineering who are willing to be involved in testing and evaluating the course topics, content, assignments and evaluation tools.

Participating students will receive registration materials, subsistence and travel support.
See below under Resources for course agendas, overview, FAQs, course instructor bios, and application information as it becomes available.

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Application Guidelines (DOC)

“HOW TO APPLY” GUIDE for 2014 Professional Integrity: Best Practices for Publishing Your Work Live Course

Agenda (PDF)

January 16-19, 2014
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Lake Buena Vista, FL

Project Summary (DOC)

The proposed education project will develop, field-test, and widely disseminate a set of teaching modules focused on building graduate student skills in publication ethics.

FAQ (DOC)

Professional Integrity: Best Practices for Publishing Your Research Frequently Asked Questions

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