Agents of Change in Research Integrity

The important work of research integrity promoters requires an acknowledged formal position and the co-effort of collaborative networks.

Loreta Tauginienė and Inga Gaižauskaitė

To understand how everyone perceives their role at work it is paramount to discuss the meaningfulness of work. Apparently, any work is meaningful in a sense we tailor it.  Similarly, research integrity promoters, acting at national level and, therefore, being in a unique position, carry out their role in a sensitive and responsible way that aligns with what research integrity is about.

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