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  1. "Don’t let transparency damage science"

    "Don’t let transparency damage science" This was the take home message from prof Stephan Lewandowsky at our open meeting on open science. The meeting took place in Oslo in the end of February. This is a summary of the presentations given.

    /News/News archive/2018/"Don’t let transparency damage science"/

  2. "Extremism is a research ethics minefield"

    "Extremism is a research ethics minefield" Are extremists as entitled to privacy as other people? How should researchers avoid helping them – or opening old wounds among victims and their families? Two of Norway's leading researchers

    /News/News archive/2016/"Extremism is a research ethics minefield"/

  3. ”More than just bones?” Minutes from the Open Seminar

    ”More than just bones?” Minutes from the Open Seminar The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains invited to a seminar in Oslo to discuss the ethical aspects surrounding the study of human remains. (Oct 20th 2010)   Oddbjørn

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  4. 1. Public or private?

    1. Public or private? According to the NESH's Guidelines, researchers can in general use material from open forums freely without obtaining consent from the parties covered by the information (point 8). This must always be balanced against

    /Ethical guidelines for research/Ethical Guidelines for Internet Research/1. Public or private?/

  5. 2. Free and informed consent

    2. Free and informed consent According to the NESH's Guidelines, research projects that include persons must generally only be initiated after securing the subjects' free and informed consent (point 9). In other words, researchers must

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  8. 2015

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  9. 2016

    News - 2016

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  10. 2017

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  11. 2018

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  12. 2019

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  13. 3. Children's right to protection

    3. Children's right to protection Children and youths are valuable informants, and are entitled to be heard, also in the context of research. This also applies to Internet research on children and youths. Such research raises special challenges

    /Ethical guidelines for research/Ethical Guidelines for Internet Research/3. Children's right to protection/

  14. 3R Guide

    3R Guide 3R Guide (2014): A database of guidelines, databases, information centres, journals and discussions fora for implementation of the 3Rs. http://www.3RGuide.info

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  15. 4. Personal data, confidentiality and anonymity

    4. Personal data, confidentiality and anonymity NESH's Guidelines stipulate that researchers must treat all information about private matters confidentially. The material must usually be anonymised to protect privacy and to prevent harm and

    /Ethical guidelines for research/Ethical Guidelines for Internet Research/4. Personal data, confidentiality and anonymity/

  16. 40 percent of researchers have "committed" a QRP

    40 percent of researchers have "committed" a QRP The latest RINO-report finds that 40 percent of researchers have engaged in at least one questionable research practice during the last three years. The report – which is currently only

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  17. 5. Regard for third parties

    5. Regard for third parties Different forms of interaction on the Internet often lead to the direct or indirect collection of data on persons who are not informants or whose data is used, so-called third parties. Regard for third parties means

    /Ethical guidelines for research/Ethical Guidelines for Internet Research/5. Regard for third parties/

  18. 6. Use of quotes from the Internet

    6. Use of quotes from the Internet Research on/using the Internet can also use quotes. Quotes are understood here in a broader sense, and may include data feeds, location data, photos, videos, etc. When using quotes from the Internet in

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  19. 7. Reporting of results

    7. Reporting of results Many social and cultural movements on the Internet are based on the norms of openness, freedom of information and sharing results. In connection with research on such digital communities, a special obligation arises to

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  20. A) Research, society and ethics

    A) Research, society and ethics 1 Norms and values of research Researchers are obliged to comply with recognised norms of research ethics. Research is a quest for new and improved or deeper insight. It is a systematic and socially organised

    /Ethical guidelines for research/Guidelines for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Law and Theology/A) Research, society and ethics/

  21. Aalen, Reidunn

    Reidunn Aalen Professor - Section for Genetics and Evolutionary Biology, University of Oslo Email reidunn.aalen@ibv.uio.no  

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  22. Aasen (2000)

    Aasen (2000) Aasen, H. Sinding (2000). Pasientens rett til selvbestemmelse ved medisinsk behandling. Bergen: Kunnskapsforlaget

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  23. Aass, Nina

    Nina Aass Workplaces: The Norwegian Radiumhospital, Oslo University hospital/Regional competence centre for palliative treatment and Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine (IKM), NTNU

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  24. About NEM

    About NEM The Committee has 12 members with different professional backgrounds. Traditionally, the committee has been chaired by a physician. Pursuant to its charter the Committee, in addition to having medical competence, shall include members

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  25. About NENT

    About NENT Area of expertise: research ethics in science and technology, industry-, agriculture-, and fishery research, as well as the parts of bio- and genetic research not covered by the medical committee. Prevention of scientific

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