The University of Hull is internationally recognised for quality research. We are a member of UKRIO, and we are committed to generating robust and quality research supported by clear policies and guidance. The principles that the University upholds are defined in the Statement of Research Integrity, with the practical means to achieve this described in the Code of Good Research Practice and the Research Ethics Policy.
The University endorses the principles of the Concordat for Supporting Research Integrity. We thread the four core elements - honesty; rigour; transparency and communication; and care and respect - into every aspect of our research.
The University has a robust ethical review system delegated down from the University Ethics Committee to Faculty Ethics Committees. The Faculty Committees are supported by our institutional-level College of Reviewers, ensuring that each application is subject to appropriate scrutiny by the relevant members of staff. To support the continuation of high-quality and robust research, ethics and integrity training is available to staff and students.
For any enquiries regarding research integrity at the University, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To report any concerns about research practices at the University, please contact email@example.com. For further information about our whistleblowing policy, see here.