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Pre-registration & Registered Reports

How to improve the credibility and reproducibility of your research

co-organised with the local Node of the Swiss Reproducibility Network

Description

Goal : Knowing why it is useful to pre-register your research and the tools to do it

Description : In response to certain well-known biases affecting scientific publishing, new models have been emerging for several years now. This is particularly the case of "pre-registration" or "registered reports" which aim to increase the reliability and credibility of research by encouraging the description of hypotheses, methodologies and sometimes by reversing the traditional process of scientific publishing. Co-organised with the local group of the Swiss Reproducibility Network, this workshop mixes theory with feedback from researchers having experienced preregistration and registered reports.

Public : PhD, post-docs, researchers, professors

Prerequisite : none

Format :

  • online session using Zoom
  • 1h30 long
  • in English

Program :

  • why and how (tools, templates) to pre-register your research
  • registered reports: an interesting twist on the classic publication process
  • feedbacks from the field
  • Q&A session

Speakers :

  • Caro Hautekiet, PhD student FPSE UNIGE
  • Tobia Spampatti, PhD student CISA UNIGE
  • Kim Uittenhove, scientific collaborator UNIL
  • Floriane Muller, librarian, UNIGE
  • Dimitri Donzé, librarian, UNIGE

Themes : scientific publishing, pre-registration, reproductibility, Open Science

Registration is mandatory (see below)

Registration