The School of Education complies with the University of Nottingham Code of Research Conduct and Research Ethics . All applicants should read the University of Nottingham Code of Research Conduct and Research Ethics prior to completing an application. The School of Education has adopted the British Educational Research Association's Revised Ethical Guidelines for Educational Research (2011). All School of Education researchers are expected to abide by them and work according to their principles.
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You should also become familiar with the university's Policy on Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults and determine whether you need to apply for Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced disclosure.
Please familiarise yourself with the University's Code of Research Conduct and Research Ethics
It is an academic offence to fail to obtain ethical approval when there is a clear and unambiguous requirement to do this before undertaking a piece of work.
The School's Research Ethics Coordinators are:
Please email your enquiry to Education Research Ethics
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