New research integrity training available
Research integrity is an essential part of research and research culture. It gives confidence to others, including the public, that the methods and results of research are reliable, credible and trustworthy, and ensures that researchers benefit from an open, transparent and supportive research environment.
In order to support the community’s understanding of the principles and practices that protect the integrity of research, the University provides an online training course relevant to all those involved in delivering, supervising or supporting research.
We are pleased to be able to announce that a newly updated version of the research integrity online training is now available here.
This allows researchers, students, and research support staff to explore their professional responsibilities, and the behaviours that they should expect from others, through an interactive online training programme.
Professor David Leadley, Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) and Chair of the Research Governance & Ethics Committee commented: “At Warwick, we are committed to the development of an open research environment that supports researchers to achieve their full potential. Research integrity is a core part of this, and I am delighted that the new online training has been made available to the research community and its support staff.”
The training can be accessed here.