Close regard for ethical implications of research, on subjects and the wider public, by researchers and research sponsors is intrinsic to good research practice. University review committees apply the fundamental principles outlined in Plymouth University Research Ethics Policy when approving and advising on projects for research by university staff and research students.
University Research Ethics and Integrity Committee (UREIC)
This committee has overall responsibility for the development,
implementation and monitoring of research ethics and integrity policies, and has representatives from all other committees and reports to the
Research & Innovation Committee: UREIC Terms of Reference. Professor Jerry Roberts is Chair of the Committee and is the University’s senior member of staff responsible for ethics and integrity. For further information contact UREIC Secretary
Dr John Martin or UREC Admin