Additionally, the University Research Data Policy
provides guidelines for good practice in research data management and open access to research data
as an integral part of high-quality research.
This policy applies to all employees, students and visiting researchersof the University, including persons holding honorary University appointments and students on placements, who conduct research within, or on behalf of, the University.
All members of the University are individually responsible for ensuring that their work is conducted in accordance with the University values and with all policies that form part of the terms and conditions of employment or study. Disregard for with this policy may lead to the failure of assessed work; the suspension of study/research projects, and/or funding from research sponsors; or to the inability to publish.
Work conducted without the appropriate ethical approval (where required) or in deliberate contravention of the decisions of the Faculty Research Ethics and Integrity (FREIC) Chair would not be covered by the University’s indemnity arrangements.