At AU Health, there are a set of guidelines for the publication and coverage of new research results in the media. The guidelines are based on the national principles for responsible conduct of research (The Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity), and are particularly linked to Section 3 on publication and communication.
The guidelines are intended as a guide and are used by the communication departments at Aarhus University, Health, and the Central Denmark Region in connection with the communication of new research results.
Purpose of the guidelines
The purpose of the principles for responsible research communication are to:
All media coverage of new research findings from AU Health and The Central Denmark Region contains the following information (label):
Dialogue and openness before, during and after media coverage work is an integral part of the collaboration between the communication officer and the research coordinator:
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If you have any questions about the guidelines for responsible research communication at AU Health and the Central Denmark Region, you are welcome to contact: