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Blogs

Feb
25
2021

A Brilliant Research Involving Animals Webinar

Today (24/02/2021) we hosted another successful research integrity webinar.  The second webinar of the year, of our monthly series, this webinar explored the revised UKRIO research integrity primer on research involving animals and it’s intended use, the issues surrounding legal and ethical acquisition of animal material for use in research and the ethical review of Non A(SP)A research, with […]

Feb
24
2021

Updated Publication: A Primer on Research Involving Animals V2.0

UKRIO has published an update of the primer document on research integrity in research involving animals. Version 2.0 is available to download now: UKRIO Research Integrity – a primer on research involving animals V2.0 Written by Dr Nikki Osborne of Responsible Research in Practice, this revised edition of the primer focuses on responsible conduct, good governance […]

Jan
27
2021

UKRIO’s CEO to speak @ The Reimagine Research Culture Festival

UK Research Integrity Office’s CEO, James Parry has been invited to speak @ the Reimagine Research Culture Festival, 22 – 26 March 2021. James will be sharing his knowledge on ‘Which changes are already making a difference to research culture? Further information to follow over the coming weeks, you can book your FREE place by […]

Nov
12
2020

Outstanding… Data Sharing & Ethics webinar

Yesterday, we held our seventh webinar on Data Sharing & Ethics in our new series of research integrity webinars.  This topic was met with positive reviews from those who attended and we would like to express our gratitude to our expert speakers; Professor Anna Tarrant, Professor Kahryn Hughes and Louise Corti. If you missed this months webinar […]

Oct
27
2020

Recommended Checklist for Research Communities in a Pandemic

Today UKRIO publishes its Recommended Checklist for Research Communities During the COVID-19 Pandemic. This new guidance is aimed at individuals and organisations performing research of any kind during a pandemic – helping them anticipate issues that may affect the quality and ethical standards of their research and think about how they might be addressed. The […]

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