Research integrity & ethics policies and procedures
As a researcher, you should be aware of your local research integrity and ethics policies and procedures and where to find them. This will help you to approach your research with a better understanding of how to maximise the integrity of your research and how to engage with The University of Edinburgh's ethical frameworks and policies most effectively.
Including research involving animals, human participants or tissue, publications, data, HR, research students, finance and sustainability.
You are expected to undertake research in such a way that allows others to have confidence and trust in the methods and findings of the research. This responsibility relates both to the methodological integrity of conducted research and to the professional integrity of the individuals undertaking the research. The links below provide information on policies, codes of practice, training to help you research with integrity and routes to report concerns around research misconduct.
If things go wrong
Resources, advice and policies related to situations where something isn't working in your professional relationships or something specific has happened that has caused you concern or distress. This could include bullying, harassment, discrimination, research misconduct, accidents, underperformance and whistleblowing.