Be familiar with your obligations (where applicable) under:
- Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (2018)
- The Responsible Conduct of Research policy
Griffith University is committed to the highest ethical standards in the responsible design, conduct and reporting of research outcomes. Research ethics and integrity are core issues for the design and conduct of high-quality research.
For human research, the Griffith University Research Ethics Manual outlines approaches to ethical challenges that can arise during research practice.
For animal-based research, the Griffith University Animal Ethics page provides links to essential policies and resources.
The design, conduct and reporting of all research conducted by Griffith University researchers must adhere to the principles found in the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (2018). Griffith University has adopted and implemented these principles, as described by the Griffith University Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research policy, which is complemented by a suite of Research Integrity Resource Sheets. The Griffith University arrangements cover such matters as: the accurate reporting of the results of research, authorship, the responsible management of data, peer review and conflicts of interest.
- Griffith University Research Ethics Manual (GUREM)
- Seek advice from Manager, Research Ethics and Integrity, if required