The University of Nottingham Graduate School offers training courses to develop a researcher’s professionalism, highlighting the issues than can rise when planning, conducting and reporting your research.
This can be through advancing their knowledge of how to conduct research transparently, robustly, and in a fair and appropriate manner, and will also provide practical advice on dealing with the complex issues that can arise while planning, conducting and reporting research.
These are designed for staff and postgraduate students involved in research and there are different courses to choose from and these are dependent on your faculty – these can be accessed through the Research Integrity website.
If you have any queries, you can email the Research Integrity team here.
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