On this page you find the HTML table code needed to add to your research news. You copy/paste the code into the news item or page and edit the text and links under Content and purpose.
‘The research results - more information’ is a form of descriptive labelling of the research news item/press release that is included after the article itself. The individual items should be omitted if irrelevant.
IMPORTANT: We have to do without the colours in the table until the upgrade of TYPO3 to version 10 in the fall of 2021. The problem has been around AU IT.
This is the table content before you begin editing:
|ITEM||CONTENT AND PURPOSE|
|Type of study||Method/study design. Information about the reliability and validity of the study should be included here. The description should take into account the target audience for the news item (generalist journalist vs. science journalist|
|External collaborators||External collaborators are relevant partners involved in the research, for example other research institutions, colleagues from other universities or an external party, for example a pharmaceutical company that has supplied analyses on which the research is based. External collaborators are not co-authors.|
|External funding||Foundations, funders|
|Conflict of interest||Conflicts of interest can include financial or other personal considerations that may influence a researcher’s professional judgement in connection with the research project. For example, if the researcher has a financial or other relationship to a funder; if a researcher sits on Lundbeck’s advisory board and Lundbeck has funded the study in question; if the researcher has been appointed by a ministry to evaluate a teacher training programme. These relationships are not necessarily problematic in themselves. However, the point is to communicate these relationships transparently to enable the recipient of the press release to assess their significance. When dealing with researchers, it is important to stress that this item is particularly important for the university, cf. the ground rules for the responsible conduct of research.|
|Other||This item includes information that is relevant for the recipient of the press release in order to assess the validity of the research results in regard to the responsible conduct of research. For example, a deviation from the principle that the research results discussed in the press release must be based on a peer-reviewed article that has been published in an academic journal. For example, the article must state that this press release is the result of an exceptional case of coverage of results that have ‘only’ been presented at a conference or in a book.|
|Link to the scientific article||Direct link to the abstract or the scientific article on which the media coverage is based.|
|Contact information||Name and contact information for the researcher responsible for the research result, unless stated elsewhere in the press release.|