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.
The activity statement for 2022 will be available following the completion of the internal committee approval process.