Comment on draft ACRCR 28-feb-2017

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Description: This project contains my comments on the draft of the new version of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (ACRCR). This comment was submitted on 28 February 2017. It was received in good order by the NHMRC (the National Health and Medical Research Council) of the Australian Government. It is stated at https://consultations.nhmrc.gov.au/files/consultations/drafts/resources/frequentlyaskedquestionsfinal.pdf that all comments will be made public. This has until now not happened. [Update 10 July 2019, see https://consultations.nhmrc.gov.au/public_consultations/submissions/australian_code for all public submissions]. I have therefore decided to make this project at OSF. See for backgrounds https://consultations.nhmrc.gov.au/public_consultations/australian-code The 2007 version of the ACRCR can be downloaded from https://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc/file/research/research-integrity/r39_australian_code_responsible_conduct_research_150811.pdf

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This project is part of the long-term efforts of a large group of ornithologists and conservationalists from a variety of countries to retract a fraudulent study on the breeding biology of the Basra Reed Warbler Acrocephalus griseldis. See for backgrounds the report "Final investigation on serious allegations of fabricated and/or falsified data in Al-Sheikhly et al. (2013, 2015) - 1 July 2016" at ...

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