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Our statement on research integrity sets out our commitment to the highest standards of research integrity.
Staffordshire University expects high standards in the conduct of research undertaken by staff, students, visiting honorary and emeritus titleholders, associates and consultants. The University will act in accordance with the principles set out in the concordat to support research integrity, issued by Universities UK in July 2012. The concordat defines what is expected of researchers and their employers to ensure the highest standards of research, namely:
Research Integrity at Staffordshire University is overseen by Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Martin Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further information, or any questions, regarding research integrity at Staffordshire University, queries in the first instance should be directed to the Research Policy and Governance Manager, Dr Cathal Rogers (email@example.com).
Should any person wish to raise concerns about the integrity of research being conducted under the auspices of Staffordshire University, they can contact, in confidence, the Head of Research Environment and Development, Mrs Emma Davies (E.J.Davies@staffs.ac.uk).
Staffordshire University recognises that research metrics have limitations and we recognise that misinformed or ill-applied use of metrics can be detrimental to an individual and the institution itself. As such, Staffordshire University adopts and advocates a responsible use of research metrics as outlined in our Statement on the Responsible use of Research Metrics (PDF file).
Use of metrics in research at Staffordshire University is the responsibility of the Director of Research, Dr Tim Horne (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Staffordshire University’s Policy on Research Misconduct, and its process for investigating allegation of Research Misconduct, can be found in sections 13 and 14 of the Code of Practice for Research (PDF file).
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