Research Integrity: Concise
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Research Integrity: Concise supports users to know and live up to their responsibilities as researchers. This course provides an overview of the responsible conduct of research and the challenges researchers face in meeting them.
Protecting human participants in research is a high priority for research programmes throughout the world. This course provides a summary and brief explanations of the basic responsibilities researchers have when conducting human participants research.
The decision to use animals in research is a personal one that researchers should make thoughtfully, taking into account the different views that exist. This course provides a summary and brief explanations of the basic responsibilities researchers have when conducting animal subjects research.
Conflicts of interest occur when personal interests and other interests, such as financial interests, conflict with professional interests and responsibilities. This course summarises your responsibilities for identifying and disclosing your conflicts of interests.
Every research project poses some risks to safety and health. Therefore, all researchers should give some consideration to safety and health when planning and conducting research. This optional course provides a general introduction to workplace safety issues and the special issues raised by hazardous materials and equipment.
Society generally grants the ownership of intellectual property to the individual who develops it. This optional course provides an overview of the responsibilities associated with the protection and ownership of intellectual property in research.