HSR4R- Researchers

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HRS4R - Researchers

RESEARCH FREEDOM: researchers should focus their research for expanding the frontiers of scientific knowledge, while enjoying the freedom of thought and expression according to recognised ethical principles and pratices.
ETHICAL PRINCIPLES: researchers should adhere to the recognised ethical practices and fundamental ethical principles appropriate to their discipline(s).
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: researchers should make every effort to ensure that their research is relevant to society and does not duplicate research previously carried out elsewhere.
PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDE: researchers should be familiar with the strategic goals governing their research environment and funding mechanisms, and should seek all necessary approvals before starting their research or accessing the resources provided.
CONTRACTUAL AND LEGAL OBLIGATIONS: researchers at all levels must be familiar with the national, sectoral or institutional regulations governing training and/or working conditions. This includes Intellectual Property Rights regulations.
ACCOUNTABILITY: researchers need to be aware that they are accountable towards their employers, funders or other related public or private bodies as well as, on more ethical grounds, towards society as a whole.
GOOD PRATICE IN RESEARCH: researchers should at all times adopt safe working practices, in line with national legislation, including taking the necessary precautions for health and safety and for recovery from information technology disasters.
DISSEMINATION, EXPLOITATION OF RESULTS: all researchers should ensure that the results of their research are disseminated and exploited, e.g. communicated, transferred into other research settings or, if appropriate, commercialised.
PUBLIC ENGAGEMENTS: researchers should ensure that their research activities are made known to society at large in such a way that they can be understood by non-specialists, thereby improving the public’s understanding of science.
RELATION WITH SUPERVISORS: researchers in their training phase should establish a structured and regular relationship with their supervisor(s) and faculty/departmental representative(s) so as to take full advantage of their relationship with them.
SUPERVISION AND MANAGERIAL DUTIES: senior researchers should devote particular attention to their multi-faceted role as supervisors, mentors, career advisors, leaders, project coordinators, managers or science communicators.
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: researchers at all career stages should seek to continually improve themselves by regularly updating and expanding their skills and competencies.
CODE of CONDUCT for the RECRUITEMENT of RESEARCHERS: employers and/or funders of researchers should adhere to the principles set out in the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers when appointing or recruiting researchers.

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