Ulster University requires the highest standards of professionalism in research conducted by all staff and students in all disciplines.
The University encourages and supports research integrity through a framework of policies, procedures and guidance, summarised and illustrated in the Code of Practice for Professional Integrity in the Conduct of Research which is updated regularly to reflect changing sector-wide requirements.
- Research Involving Human Participants - Policy
- Human Tissue Policy
- Unacceptable Sources of Funding
- Complaints Procedure
- Procedures for the Investigation of Research Misconduct
- Data Handling Procedures/Guidance
For further information on research integrity please contact the Head of Research Governance.
Read the University’s annual statement on activities in support of research integrity.