Webinar: UKRIO research integrity webinar: Research Culture, Wednesday 9 December 2020 this webinar focused on Research Culture. Video recordings 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.
Infographics: Improving Research Culture
External Resources – weblinks
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 (engagementhq.com)
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 (russellgroup.ac.uk)
Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA):
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI):
EDI are essential for good research practice and to support a positive research culture. We have compiled a list of resources to support knowledge in this area. EDI resources
Last revised February 2023.
Please note that this list of resources is not intended to be exhaustive and should not be seen as a substitute for advice from suitably qualified persons. UKRIO is not responsible for the content of external websites linked to from this page. If you would like to seek advice from UKRIO, information on our role and remit and on how to contact us is available here.
UKRIO would like to thank our Advisory Board and other volunteers for their help in putting this list together.