Research Integrity

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Academic and professional staff who undertake and support research and any teaching activities involving animals and human participants are responsible for upholding and promoting research integrity.

Research integrity is at the heart of our education and research endeavours. It benefits our students and staff by fostering responsible, respectful, honest and ethical actions and decisions in all we do. As staff members, individually and collectively, we play a critical role in promoting and maintaining research integrity.

This module also explains the University's responsibilities that ensure research integrity is maintained throughout the research endeavour. One of these responsibilities is to ensure that staff undertaking and supporting research have a fundamental awareness of research integrity, human and animal ethics standards and requirements. This requirement makes this training module mandatory.

Research Integrity@Charles Sturt is one of three modules designed to promote ethical research at the University, supported by our policies and procedures and ensuring that Charles Sturt University and our staff are compliant with State and Commonwealth regulatory bodies. Links have been provided at the end of this module if you want further information on the policies and regulatory bodies.
Period14 Feb 2024
Event typeOther
Degree of RecognitionLocal