researchethics

Research Ethics


 

Irrespective of whether research is undertaken by individuals or teams, Royal Holloway believes that our success in delivering world-leading research is underpinned by a culture of shared endeavour. Royal Holloway’s broad ambition for its research community is that the whole will be worth more than the sum of its parts. Further, as even the most successful researchers have peaks and troughs through their careers, being part of a wider community provides practical and intellectual support. However, with this benefit comes the responsibility of being research active and engaging and contributing not only to the furtherance of one’s own research and discipline, but also to the well-being and vitality of the institution as a whole.

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For advice on an ethics related matter please email: ethics@rhul.ac.uk

Useful Links

Ethical Approval Process

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Applications involving the NHS

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Ethics Policy and Guidance Documents

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Example Forms

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Internal Policies

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External Guidance

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Internal Training

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