Research Integrity Week: 20-24 June 2022

May 3rd, 2022

As part of our commitment to strengthen the integrity of research carried out across the university, UoN’s Research Integrity and Research Ethics Committee, have organised Research Integrity Week, starting on Monday 20 June 2022, for the second year.

This is part of the university celebrating its commitment to The Concordat to support research integrity and its values through which trust and confidence in research stem, and from which the value and benefits of research flow.

Research Integrity Week intends to highlight many aspects, including ethical, where researchers will immensely benefit in delivering their research.

We are inviting all members of staff and students to utilise this opportunity from all campuses across the UK, China, and Malaysia.

To register for any of the sessions below please complete and submit this form.

  1. Monday 20 June 2022
    a. 10:30am-1pm, Ali Alshukry- Introduction to the Code of Research Conduct and Research Ethics
  2. Tuesday 21 June 2022
    a. 10am-11.30am, James Parry – Good research practice and a healthy research culture (UKRIO)
    b. 12pm-1.30pm, Dr Jessica Butler – Papers, Publications and Retractions
  3. Wednesday 22 June 2022
    a. 11am-12pm, Trusted Research team – Trusted Research
    b. 1pm-2.30pm, Dr Claire Hewson – Gathering Research Data Online: Ethical Considerations
  4. Thursday 23 June 2022
    a. 12pm-1.30pm, Beth Montague-Hellen & Jasper Donelan –Digital Research and Libraries supporting Research Integrity
  5. Friday 24 June 2022
    a. 10am-11.30am, Professor Vladimir Brusic –Research Ethics and Big Data

Please note that the session times are based on UK daylight saving hours.

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