Research

Research Integrity for Experienced Researchers

Research Integrity for Experienced Researchers

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Professional behaviours

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  • This module examines the characteristics of a positive research culture, as well as how to promote and put them into practice. It explores how developing a positive research culture links to research integrity, and the importance of mentoring other researchers.
  • This module explores the qualities of responsible research leadership. It outlines how being a responsible leader involves identifying principal relationships, giving feedback and communicating effectively.
  • This module addresses issues and solutions around authorship. It explains the causes of disputes, how to develop strategies to prevent them, appropriate action to resolve them and how this promotes research integrity.

The research process

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  • This module offers an opportunity to develop existing understanding of project planning: how it applies to research projects and supports research integrity, as well as practical steps including building a work breakdown structure and considering grant budgeting.
  • This module examines the data management process throughout the research lifecycle for different types of data, best practices for sharing data openly and how to reuse data.
  • This module looks at transparency and reproducibility, examining how they support research integrity. It explores the challenges and solutions around this topic, how you can apply these in your research discipline and support those you work with to do the same.
  • This module explores open research throughout the research lifecycle, explaining why it improves research integrity, how to apply preregistration to your research and describing routes to open access publishing.

Collaboration

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  • This module addresses equitable partnerships: understanding the structural inequalities behind them – including an appreciation of the work behind decolonising research practices – and how to support partnerships equitably and with integrity.
  • This module considers ethics and risks associated with international collaborations, and how to promote collaborations that support research integrity all the way to the dissemination of research outputs.