EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AND PLAGIARISM 2022

The European Conference on Academic Integrity and Plagiarism 2022 with the main theme “Ethics and integrity in the changing world” took place in Porto, Portugal from 4th to 6th May 2022. Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the event ran in a hybrid regime (face-to-face and online). The conference was jointly organised by ENAI and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto (FMUP).


The European Conference on Academic Integrity and Plagiarism 2022, held in Porto, Portugal from May 4th to 6th, navigated the challenges posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic by adopting a hybrid format, combining both face-to-face and online participation. With the overarching theme of "Ethics and integrity in the changing world," the conference provided a dynamic platform for scholars, educators, and professionals to delve into the evolving landscape of academic integrity. This innovative approach allowed attendees to engage in meaningful discussions, share insights, and explore solutions to the ethical dilemmas faced in academia, all while accommodating the diverse circumstances imposed by the global health crisis. The hybrid regime not only facilitated the exchange of ideas across physical and virtual spaces but also underscored the conference's commitment to adapting and promoting academic integrity in a world undergoing continuous transformation.

Conference Topics

  • Academic Integrity Policies in a Changing Society
  • Institutional Requirements and Processes: Intended and Actual Effects
  • Continuing Professional Development and Academic Integrity
  • Academic Integrity and Cultural Differences
  • Academic Integrity as Embedded Practice in Teaching and Curricular Development
  • Contract Cheating
  • Publishing and Dissemination
  • Best Practices in Responding to Misconduct
  • Support for Misconduct Victims
  • Tools for Misconduct Detection
  • Research in Academic Integrity
  • Research and Public Trust

Keynote Speakers


Ana Marušić

Ana Marušić is Professor of Anatomy and Chair of the Department of Research in Biomedicine and Health at the School of Medicine of the University of Split in Croatia. She is President of The Embassy of Good Scienceand Co-editor in Chief of the Journal of Global Health. She is the founder of the Cochrane Croatia and has been involved on the EQUATOR (Enhancing the QUality And Transparency Of Health Research) Network. Her research interests include peer review, research integrity, research quality, and transparency.

Ana Marušić is PhD and MD in Medicine. She received the Meritorious Award from the Council of Science Editors (CSE) in 2016.



Daniele Fanelli

Daniele Fanelli is Fellow in Quantitative Methodology at the Department of Methodology of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He is member of the Research Integrity Committee of the Luxembourg Agency for Research Integrity (LARI) and a member of the Ethics and Bioethics Committee of Italy’s National Research Council. He has been involved in the study of the nature of science itself (meta-science or meta-research), and interested in assessing and explaining the prevalence, causes and solutions to problems that may affect research and publication practices, across the natural and social sciences.

Daniele Fanelli is PhD in Behavioural Ecology and graduated in Natural Sciences. He worked at the University of Edinburgh as a Marie-Curie fellow and as a Leverhulme Early-Career fellow. Daniele Fanelli also joined the University of Montreal in Canada as Visiting Professor, and the Stanford University (USA) as Senior Scientist of the Meta-Research Innovation Center (METRICS).



Elisabeth Bik

Elisabeth Bik is a Science Consultant on the Microbiome and Science Integrity fields. She received the Peter Wildy Prize, the Ockham Award, and more recently the John Maddox Prize for her remarkable work in research integrity exposing cases of scientific misconduct and detecting image manipulation in scientific publications.

Elisabeth Bik has a PhD in Molecular Biology and Microbiology. Her past research experience includes a position as a Research Associate at the Stanford University, Molecular Biologist at the St. Antonius Hospital Nieuwegein, and a Postdoctoral position at the University of Utrecht. She worked as Director of Science at Astarte Medical and as Science Editor and Scientific and Editorial Director at uBiome.



Teddi Fishman

Teddi Fishman is an Educator, Manager, Higher Education Consultant, and the former Director of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI). Her academic and research interests include International Education, Educational Reform, Faculty Development, Academic Integrity, Plagiarism, Ethics Across the Curriculum, Professional Writing, Professional Communication, Online Learning, Political and Social Rhetoric, Distance Education, Assessment and Curriculum Reform.

Teddi Fishman has a PhD in Rhetoric and Composition. She was a Program Director and Associate Professor at the American Public University. She integrated the EMRGE Project: Ethics in Medical Research and Genetic Engineering (2009 – 2010). Teddi Fishman was Clemson University’s nominee for the Ernest L. Boyer International Award for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology (2007), and received the Teaching Innovation Endowment Award (2005) and The Tracey Bretag ENAI Memorial Award (2021).



Types of submissions

Presentation without full paper

Presentation with full paper (papers to be submitted after the conference)

Workshop

Poster or infographics


The abstracts (500-1000 words excluding references) must be written in English. All presentations must be given in English. Accepted abstracts and full papers presented at the conference will undergo double blind peer review.



Dissemination of abstracts and full papers

Accepted abstracts will be bundled in a digital abstract book and posted on the conference website. After the conference, the abstract book will remain available on the ENAI website.

Details of publication of full papers will be announced soon.