Croatia founded a national body for ethics in science
- Livia Puljak
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The Committee for Ethics in Science and Higher Education (CESHE) was created in Croatia as a national body appointed by the Parliament. Thus Croatia became one of a handful of countries with national means of responding to allegations of scientific misconduct. The Committee’s duties, with the help of the Ethics Code, include promotion of ethical norms and values in science and higher education. The CESHE will work on cases of possible research misconduct and alleged disregard for the ethical norms associated with research.
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- Croatia founded a national body for ethics in science
Science and Engineering Ethics
Volume 13, Issue 2 , pp 191-193
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- Research integrity
- Ethics in higher education
- Livia Puljak (1)
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- 1. Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, University of Split Medical School, Soltanska 2, Split, 21000, Croatia