UQ researchers act in accordance with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (2018) and the University’s Responsible Conduct of Research Policy, which include the following responsibilities related to education and training:

  • Support a culture of responsible research conduct at their institution and in their field of practice

  • Provide guidance and mentorship on responsible research conduct to other researchers or research trainees under their supervision and, where appropriate, monitor their conduct

  • Undertake and promote education and training in responsible research conduct

UQ offers various opportunities for education and training in research integrity that aims to assist staff and students in understanding their responsibilities and in developing strategies to meet their obligations.

Research integrity workshops and seminars

The Office of Research Integrity offers seminars and interactive workshops on the responsible conduct of research. These may be tailored to the academic discipline as required. Please contact the Office of Research Integrity to arrange a workshop or seminar.

Training in research integrity is also offered through the University’s Staff Development Program and, for graduate students, the Graduate School’s Career Development Framework. Sessions include:

  • Understanding the Responsible Conduct of Research
  • Research Integrity in HDR Training
  • Research Data Management - What's involved?

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Research integrity online module

UQ offers online modules that provide training for planning, conducting and reporting research with integrity. The courses identify the principles of responsible research and the responsibilities of researchers. They incorporate practical advice on complex issues, video interviews, case studies and a range of interactive activities.