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September 7, 2018


Friday, September 07, 2018

Increasing openness, integrity, and reproducibility of research: some practical tools
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Bloomberg School of Public Health

Increasing openness, integrity, and reproducibility of research: some practical tools from Center of Open Science

Brian Nosek
Co-founder, Executive Director - Center for Open Science

Lunch will be provided

Are you working with collaborators in research or practice-based networks? The Center for Open Science (COS; develops entirely free, open-source software and provides free services to researchers and stakeholders in the research process to improve openness and reproducibility of research. COS maintains the Open Science Framework,a free, open scholarly commons. Open Science Framework is an application framework connecting services across the research lifecycle and facilitates preregistration, project management, and archiving and sharing of data, protocols, and code. Coupled with supporting public good infrastructure, Center for Open Science is addressing incentives to improve the alignment between researcher behaviors with the scholarly values of transparency and reproducibility. The important tools developed by the Center for Open Science enable transparency, reproducibility and effective knowledge-sharing in all areas of research.
International Health Documentary viewing and discussion: Torgo mevi nyie nyie (Raising A River Child
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Torgo mevi nyie nyie  (Raising a river child) highlights the challenges in caring for children with cerebral palsy in Ghana. Children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities experience various forms of discrimination, stigma, social exclusion, and mental health problems as a result of their condition. This documentary hopes to raise awareness, shift perceptions and advocate for improved services for the well-being of children with disabilities in Ghana and other African countries.

 Please join us in Page Hall (W2030) for the premiere viewing of the documentary, followed by a Q&A with the director, Habibat Oguntade, a JHSPH MSPH graduate who led the development of this documentary as part of her practicum. Lunch will be provided.

 Sponsored by the Social and Behavioral Interventions Program, Department of International Health, JHSPH


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