Information for researchers on relevant policies, codes of practice, training, guidance and support on research integrity.
What is research integrity?
Research Integrity means conducting research in such a way that allows others to have confidence and trust in the methods and the findings of the research. It relates both to the scientific integrity of conducted research and to the professional integrity of researchers.
The University of Edinburgh is committed to maintaining the highest standards of research integrity in all aspects of its research.
Researchers' responsibilities relating to research integrity and ethics.
Research Integrity learning
University policies and guidance; key funder policies; training courses and support resources
Understanding research misconduct and how to report it.
Research Ethics and Integrity Review Group (REIRG)
Information on the University of Edinburgh Research Ethics and Integrity Review Group
University Ethics Policy
The University of Edinburgh is committed to supporting the highest standards of research integrity in all aspects of its research.
Safeguarding in Research
The University of Edinburgh is committed to the development of a strong culture of safeguarding in research and a robust process for reporting and responding to breaches or concerns over safeguarding.