Promoting Responsible Conduct in Research through “Survival Skills” Workshops: Some Mentoring is Best Done in a Crowd. Fischer BA and Zigmond MJ. Science and Engineering Ethics, 2001, 7:4, 563-587.
Moral Reasoning in Scientific Research: Cases for Teaching and Assessment. Bebeau MJ, Pimple KD, Muskavitch KMT, Borden SL & Smith DH. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University, 1995; see www.indiana.edu/~poynter
Comstock GL. Life Sciences Ethics, Iowa State Press, 2002.
“A research and collaboration website designed to help you do research, share, collaborate, and participate in the field of ethics. It includes…research materials, group discussions, current news articles, and upcoming events.”
Has a large collection of ethics cases.
The Lab Office of Research Integrity.
An extremely well done interactive video that deals with issues of research integrity. Can be viewed by students on their own or used as a stimulus for class discussion. Also see the ORI website for other resources.
Bioethics at the movies. Sapshay S (ed). Johns Hopkins University Press, (2010).
A peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles as well as articles on teaching research ethics.
Scientific Integrity: An Introductory Text with Cases, 3rd edition. Macrina, FL. ASM Press, 2005.