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UKRIO contributes to the national and international promotion of integrity in research. This involves discussion of our work at conferences and other events, giving lectures and case study workshops, as well as articles in academic journals and in the press. We also hold our own events to support good research practice.
Delegate registration is open for UKRIO’s 2017 annual conference
Held in central London, the conference will focus on how to support a culture of high quality and ethical research; how to address poor practice; and how the research community should respond to developments in research integrity. The conference will also provide a forum for subscribers to discuss the issues which matter to them and share their own experiences.
Speakers include representatives of: the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on behalf of UK Research and Innovation, the new strategic body for research funding in the UK; the Royal Society; the British Academy; Elsevier; the Medical Research Council; Universities UK; and the NHS Research and Development Forum.
Workshops will explore good practice in the work of research ethics committees and how institutions should approach the annual statements on research integrity recommended by the UK Concordat.
Further information, including how to book your place, can be found here
Our annual conferences are invitation-only events for members of UKRIO subscriber institutions. Institutions which subscribe to UKRIO will be offered one complimentary place at the conference for their organisation, with additional places available at cost. If you are interested in attending our 2017 conference but are not sure if your organisation is a subscriber, a list can be accessed here. If your institution would like to learn more about the benefits of supporting UKRIO, please contact us.
UKRIO holds periodic workshops on specific aspects of research integrity. The workshops have a practical focus and cover promoting good practice within an organisation as well as responding to problems and concerns.
We will be holding the workshops primarily for those research organisations which have chosen to subscribe to UKRIO but we may schedule additional events for non-subscribers if there is sufficient demand.
UKRIO welcomes suggestions on topics and issues that we might cover in our workshop programme. You can contact us using the form here.
Information on a selection of past UKRIO events can be found on this page.
Terms and conditions for UKRIO event bookings can be found here.