In accordance with the Concordat to Support Research Integrity, the University is committed to:
The core elements of research integrity are honesty, rigour, transparency and open communication, and care and respect. These apply to all areas of research and each stage of the research process from the development of a project proposal through to the dissemination of findings. Whilst the primary responsibility lies with the individual researcher, the University promotes good practice and seeks to nurture a culture of research integrity. It does so by facilitating effective research governance and ensuring robust ethical review.
Please note that the guidance and policies within these Research Integrity pages supersede the relevant chapters in the Code of Good Research Practice which is currently under review. Additional guidance is available by clicking on the following links: