This has been a long time coming. But luckily we found Gowri Gopalakrishna and Krishma Labib from Amsterdam UMC , and they we're more than happy to be part of this conversation of the role of diversity in research integrity.
They told us about their own research on research integrity (fx the Netherlands Research Integrity Survey and the diversity of the 7th World Conference on Research Integrity), and why some people in the field do not necessarily think diversity should play a role when talking about research integrity.
They also shared some of their experiences of being women of colour in research, and as always we are grateful for people sharing personal stories like that.
Finally, they share how those of you in supporting roles can advance diversity in research integrity.
Research integrity is a developing research area, and with people like Gowri and Krishma working in this space we feel certain it will develop in a positive direction.
You can find our guests at:
Gowri Gopalakrishna: https://research.vumc.nl/en/persons/gowri-gopalakrishna (You can also follow her at Twitter as @gowrigopala)
Krishma Labib: https://research.vumc.nl/en/persons/krishma-labib
You can read more about the National Survey on Research Integrity here: https://www.nsri2020.nl/research-integrity-covid-19 where you can also read about research integrity concerns concerning COVID-19 and vaccines.
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