Monthly Archives: November 2021


Employee wellbeing at your end of year celebrations

It’s the end of the year and many of us are looking forward to finally connecting in person again with our work friends and colleagues – some of whom we will be meeting for the first time. Given that we have spent two years on virtual meetings is it any...

International Day for Tolerance

November 16th is International Day for Tolerance (see note 1), but before we start celebrating, it’s vital to understand the meaning of tolerance.  A helpful way to understand this word is to think about engineering or construction. When a building is constructed, there is a tolerance set for the components...

Social Media Kindness Day is every day

Did you miss the November 9th celebration of Social Media Kindness Day (see note 1)?  This special day honours UK TV and radio presenter Caroline Flack, a woman who took her own life in 2020 at the age of 40. Leading up to her death, she had become embroiled in...

Research Integrity and ISO37002: A Perfect Match

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened awareness of the need for high quality medical research.  Patients, families, physicians, policy makers, and research funders all have the expectation that research will be robust, even if produced under high pressure conditions like a pandemic. When research integrity problems arise, this can impact patient...

Who Guards the Integrity of Technology?

Technology innovations, such as apps and computer software, have the potential to change our lives in many ways.  Developing these technologies is a lengthy process involving a variety of staff including software developers and coders, user-interface designers, and market research specialists.  Along this creative journey, a large volume of data...

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