Building Research Collaboration in Global Environments
Sponsored by Springer NatureRecorded on 11/02/2023
Posted in Scholarly Communication and Research
How can editorial teams and librarians help facilitate global research collaboration?
- Nature Index
- Nature Index Supplements
- Nature Mental Health website
- The TRUST Code
A Global Code of Conduct for Equitable Research Partnerships
This is an ethics framework with wide endorsement from funders, institutions, and publishers that has prompted some of the formal guidance applied to the Nature Portfolio of journals.
- Nature Porfolio Authorship Policies
Nature-wide policies regarding various facets of authorship.
- Inclusion and Ethics in Global Research
This policy applies specifically to research ethics and reporting guidance around global research partnerships and collaboration. Some Springer Nature journals have elected to publish author responses to specific prompts as part of an “Ethics & Inclusion statement” within the Methods section.
Good collaboration is important for success in many areas of our lives and is absolutely essential for research. Collaboration is the logical choice for institutions and researchers and has become increasingly commonplace. The number of authors per publication has increased across all disciplines since the 1980s, and international collaboration has been found to have increased from 14% to 24% of papers.
Join this one-hour webinar presented by Springer Nature, Choice, and the ACRL, where our guests Rebecca Cooney, PhD, Chief Editor of Nature Mental Health, and Simon Baker, Chief Editor of Nature Index, will be sharing latest insights and discussing the following topics:
- Data insights on current research trends globally
- Collaboration and big science
- Current findings about global North-South collaboration
- How science in cities can benefit rural areas through collaboration
- The benefits of collaboration
- Facilitating research collaboration from editorial perspective
- Roles that librarians and information managers can play to support their researchers
Rebecca CooneyChief EditorNature Mental Health
Rebecca “Bek” Cooney is the Chief Editor of Nature Mental Health. Before joining the Nature Group in 2022, she served as the North American Executive Editor of The Lancet and the Assistant Editor of The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. She received her PhD in Psychology from Stanford University in 2007, where her work focused on the neural basis of mood and anxiety disorders and rumination in depression using fMRI. She subsequently trained as a postdoctoral fellow in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University, where she studied inhibitory function in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Her research interests include a broad range of topics in psychology and psychiatry, but particularly, mood disorders, clinical trials, and public health policy. Bek is based in Nature’s New York office and lives in Brooklyn with her family. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon BakerChief Editor Nature Index
Simon Baker is Chief Editor of Nature Index, where he leads on producing editorial content using insights from the Nature Index database, which tracks research in a selection of high-quality journals. Before joining Springer Nature, he was data editor, and before that news editor, at Times Higher Education, a print and online publication covering the higher education and research sectors. He has also worked for the Press Association, the UK’s main news agency, as a reporter and news editor. He studied economics and politics at the University of Bristol and newspaper journalism at City, University of London. Simon is based in London, where he lives with his family.