I am writing a report documenting evidence for research misconduct. The report is to be submitted to the ethics board of a university. Are there publicly available examples of such reports? Not the formal investigation results but the actual report that triggered the investigation. I want to get an idea on how these are usually written.


Retraction Watch has a separate section for these:

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  • Can you elaborate on what exactly is at the link and how that helps OP with their question, please? – Mad Jack Jul 10 '17 at 2:59
  • The OP asked, "Where can I find examples of research misconduct reports?" I think I have answered his question? Is there need to elaborate further? – Avery Jul 11 '17 at 1:48
  • There is no need; it was just a suggestion. (For instance, I might suggest to edit "these" for "misconduct reports" and add a link and/or a description of what Retraction Watch is for those who are unaware.) – Mad Jack Jul 11 '17 at 2:25

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