Research integrity and responsible metrics

  • Research integrity statement

    As an academic community, Oxford Brookes University has a responsibility to encourage and nurture the highest possible standards of intellectual honesty and integrity. We believe that all our researchers have a duty to society, to their profession, to the University and to those funding their research to conduct their research in the most conscientious and responsible manner possible.

    The Committee on Standards in Public Life (also known as the Nolan Committee) identifies principles which have relevance to best practice in the conduct of research: integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership. Together, these principles provide a foundation for the personal integrity that should be reflected in the professional conduct of research.

    Download the University's Code of Practice for Academic Integrity (PDF).

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    Download Research Integrity Statements from the 'Related links' on the right-hand side of the page.

    Responsible metrics position statement

    The University has approved a responsible metrics position statement.

    Download the full statement (PDF).

    Contact us

    The University's point of contact for research integrity and misconduct is Sarah Taylor, Director of Research Support at the following address:

    Research and Business Development Office
    Buckley Building
    Headington Campus
    Headington
    Oxford
    OX3 0BP

    This point of contact is for anyone wanting more information on matters of research integrity and/or for anyone who wants to raise concerns about the integrity of research being conducted by the University.