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Researchers are responsible for ensuring that their research is conducted to the highest ethical standards. Researchers must ensure that they are fully aware of, and comply with, the University's expectations for the ethical conduct of research and the ethical requirements of research funders, professional bodies and/or the expectations of their research discipline. Please see the information below regarding the application process.
All the ethical implications of a research project must be considered, including the impact on:
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The University strongly recommends all staff and research students undertake the Research Integrity training.
One pagers addressing common issues and questions raised by researchers in all fields.
Visit the research ethics and integrity sharepoint for further information.
If you are considering making changes to your approved project, the Ethics Committee must be informed of the proposed changes before they are implemented. Please submit a copy of all documents which will be subject to change, using tracked changes, and ensure that you use appropriate version control on these documents.
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