Research Culture

UKRIO Resources:

Webinar: UKRIO research integrity webinar: Research Culture, Wednesday 9 December 2020 this webinar focused on Research Culture. Video recording and slides for each speaker can be found in the link above.

  • Building a healthy research culture – Professor Leanne Hodson BSc(Hons) PhD, BHF Senior Research Fellow in Basic Science / Professor of Metabolic Physiology, Senior Research Fellow Green Templeton College
  • ReproducibiliTea: the journal club that could – Katie Drax, PhD student and ReproducibiliTea committee
  • Institutional impact of courses on research integrity – Dr Christian Dumpitak, Interdisciplinary Graduate and Research Academy Düsseldorf (iGRAD), Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

Guidance publication: Integrity in Practice Toolkit  is a resource developed by UKRIO and the Royal Society as part of their collaborative work on research culture. It is a toolkit for those who wish to continue to improve research integrity and support a positive research culture within their organisation.


External Resources – weblinks:

Wellcome Trust:

Reimagine Research Research culture | Wellcome

CafeCulture: Hosting your Café Culture discussion | Research Culture | Wellcome

Online forum: Do you have an idea to improve research culture? Do you have ideas to improve research culture? | Research culture: let’s reimagine how we work together | Wellcome (


UK Research and Innovation (UKRI):

Research and innovation culture – UKRI

Good research resource hub – UKRI


The Royal Society:

Research Culture | Royal Society

What is Research culture? – YouTube



Improving research culture — Vitae Website



Research culture and the 3Rs | NC3Rs



Embedding a research culture | NIHR


The Russel Group: Realising Our Potential: Backing Talent and Strengthening UK Research Culture and Environment (

realising-our-potential-case-studies_3-compressed.pdf (


Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA:



Diverse and Inclusive Culture (*Note: resources being collated):


Global consensus recommendations on menopause in the workplace: A European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) position statement.

Global consensus recommendations on menopause in the workplace: A European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) position statement (


Last revised January 2022. 


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