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VI BRISPE - Oct 28 -29, 2021

VI BRISPE theme: Research Integrity, Open Science and Authorship: Challenges and Opportunities for the Research Systems


Day 1 - Oct 28, 2021

Main Session on Day 1 - to be held in Portuguese with Brazilian Sign Language, Audio Description and English simultaneous translation – Zoom Channel

Registration is free and opens on October 20, 2021- the Zoom link will be sent to registrants three days prior to the meeting.

(10-12:30h) – Rio time – BRT (GMT-3),

Opening Ceremony – UFRJ and FIOCRUZ [Institutional Representatives, VI BRISPE Co-Chairs and Program Co-Chairs]

Keynote Address – Research integrity in a changing open science landscape – (30 min) - Michael Kalichman (University of California, San Diego, UCSD), US

Panel 1 (20 min for each Presentation + total of 30 min-Discussion) – Open science in an unequal and diverse research landscape – questions for the publication system - Sigmar Rhode (Brazilian Association of Scientific Editors - ABEC), Brazil; Claude Pirmez (FIOCRUZ), Brazil; Elizabeth Heitman (University of Texas, Southwestern), US

Break (12:30-14h)

(14-16h) – Rio time – BRT (GMT-3)

Early-Career Researcher (ECR) forum on open science, authorship, and research culture (I) – Co-Chairs: Lapa e Silva (UFRJ); Adalberto Vieyra (UFRJ); Jonas Saute (UFRGS), Brazil

Please, see note on the awards for the ECR Forum – at the end of the program.

(17-19h) – Rio time – BRT (GMT-3)

Short Course -- Open science: Rethinking the publication culture

Glenn Hampson (Open Science Scholarship), US; Abel Packer (SciELO), Brazil


Details on the course will be sent out in a separate flyer.


Day 2 – Oct 29, 2021

(10:30-12:30h) – Rio time – BRT (GMT-3)

Welcome from the VI BRISPE

Keynote Address – Why open science practices are important and how journals can support them (30 min) - Lex Bouter (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), The Netherlands

Panel 2 (20 min for each Presentation + total of 30 min-Discussion) – Responsible assessment of research and researchers in an increasingly open science environment – David Moher (Ottawa Hospital Research Institute), Canada; Ana Marusic (University of Split, Editor of Journal of Global Health), Croatia; Ivan Oransky (Retraction Watch), US

Break (12:30-14h)

(14-16h) – Rio time – BRT (GMT-3)

Early-career researcher (ECR) forum on open science, authorship, and research culture (II) – Co-Chairs: Mario Biagioli (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), US; Renan Almeida (COPPE/UFRJ), Brazil; US; Olavo Amaral (IBqM/UFRJ), Brazil

Please, see note on the awards for the ECR Forum.

(17-18:30h) – Rio time – BRT (GMT-3)

Panel 3 - Data sharing, competition and collaboration in science – ongoing challenges for research systems (20 min Presentation + total of 30-min Discussion) – Jonas Saute (UFRGS), Brazil; Gowri Gopalakrishna (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), The Netherlands; Glenn Hampson (Open Scholarship Initiative), US


Final Remarks, Award Announcements – ABEC- Elsevier Award on Publication Ethics - and next BRISPE – Final remarks by the VI BRISPE Co-Chairs and Program Co-Chairs

-- The ABEC-Elsevier Award on Publication Ethics will be granted to participants in the ECR Forum, with the most insightful ideas and presentations shared in the session. The selection committee will be the ECR Forum co-chairs, who will choose three contributions considering the following criteria: 1. Quality of presentation; 2. Insights into the topic presented, including those in the answer (s) provided to the co-chairs.   

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