PhD Up – Reflective Research Integrity: Values, Principles and Responsibilities

Discover values and principles that inform responsible and respectful research as well as responsibilities of all researchers and institutions.

Research that is conducted responsibly and respectfully is vital for high-quality research and for community trust in the research endeavour. In this session, we’ll discuss the values and principles that inform responsible and respectful research as well as the responsibilities that all researchers and institutions have in the conduct of trustworthy research. By considering the ontology of research integrity, this session will help researchers reflect on their practices and make those practices responsible and trustworthy.

Learning outcomes​​​​​​​

  • Understand what research integrity is and why it matters
  • Awareness of the Australian Code for Responsible Conduct of Research
  • Understand the values, principles, and responsibilities of the Australian Code
  • Reflect these values in your own research.

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