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Jul
10
2012

UKRIO welcomes the publication of ‘The Concordat to Support Research Integrity’

The UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) welcomes the publication today of ‘The Concordat to Support Research Integrity’. We see it as an important step in the journey towards improving research integrity and enhancing the UK’s world-class reputation for conducting exceptional and innovative research. Devised by Universities UK, Research Councils UK, the National Institute for Health […]

Feb
16
2012

UKRIO welcomes widespread support for its work in ‘A Consensus Statement on Research Misconduct in the UK’

The UK Research Integrity Office welcomes the publication today of ‘A Consensus Statement on Research Misconduct in the UK’. UKRIO agrees that the UK’s mechanisms for ensuring good research practice need to be sustained and strengthened. We particularly welcome the Statement’s support for UKRIO and the recognition that our work deserves wider support from the […]

Jan
3
2012

UKRIO responds to British Medical Journal feature on research misconduct

We welcome BMJ’s continuing focus on research misconduct but a recent feature contains serious errors concerning UKRIO. Our response can be found here and we are grateful to BMJ for allowing us to set the record straight. British Medical Journal: Reported inaccuracies about the UK Research Integrity Office

Jul
28
2011

UKRIO responds to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee’s report on peer review

UKRIO has responded to the report of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee’s inquiry into peer review in scientific publications. UKRIO response to the Science and Technology Committee’s inquiry into peer review. The report of the inquiry is available from the Science and Technology Committee’s website. For further information on the views of […]

Jul
19
2011

UKRIO moves toward a wider pool of funders and supporters

UKRIO is implementing a subscription model to ensure that our key users – universities, NHS bodies, charities and private sector organisations – and their researchers continue to have the benefit of our vital services. This is in accordance with the original proposal for UKRIO, which indicated we should move to a wider pool of funders […]

Jul
7
2011

UKRIO responds to Times Higher Education article on research integrity

We have written to Times Higher Education in response to comments made about our work in a recent article on research integrity in the UK. Our letter can be found here and we are grateful to THE  for allowing us to set the record straight. UKRIO letter to Times Higher Education 7 July 2011

Jan
21
2011

UKRIO responds to British Medical Journal editorial and article on research misconduct

We have written to BMJ to clarify certain statements concerning UKRIO which appear in a recent editorial and article on research misconduct. Our letter can be found here and we are grateful to BMJ for allowing us to set the record straight. The editorial and article are fascinating reading and we welcome their publication as […]

Dec
6
2010

Relocation of the UK Research Integrity Office

UKRIO today transfers from its host organisation, Universities UK, and becomes a company limited by guarantee. There will be no break in the continuity of UKRIO’s services and it will continue to provide independent and expert advice to research organisations, researchers and the public. Neither our change in status nor our relocation will compromise the […]

Oct
10
2010

UKRIO responds to Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine editorial and article on research misconduct

We have written to JRSM to correct several errors concerning UKRIO that appear in a recent editorial and article on research misconduct. Our letter of correction as we understand it, will be published in due course. We are grateful to JRSM for allowing us to set the record straight. Despite the unfortunate errors, the articles are fascinating […]

Oct
1
2010

Publication of UKRIO Information Note: Guidance for researchers on retractions in academic journals

UKRIO and the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) have produced an information note to raise awareness of the proper criteria for retractions in academic journals and remind researchers that good practice in research includes reporting concerns about the conduct of research, including its publication and dissemination. It is important that all involved in research are […]

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