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Research Integrity and Research Ethics

By Catherine Fieulleteau, Ethics Integrity Manager, Graduate School

UEL is committed to preserving the dignity, rights, safety and well­being of research participants and as such it is a mandatory requirement of the University that formal ethical approval, from the appropriate Research Ethics Committee, is granted before research with human participants or human data commences. All research conducted by staff, postgraduate and undergraduate research students, including those from collaborating Institutions, are required to obtain ethical approval for research involving human participants.

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