The scientific community as a whole is becoming increasingly aware of the growing number of concordats, codes of conduct, policies, principles and guidelines that exist in relation to good research practices. Some focus on specific topics such as the use of animals, public engagement, open data, experimental design, research reporting, openness and transparency. Other reference documents cover more generic aspects that have cross-disciplinary relevance such as responsible research conduct, research integrity and ethics.

The problem is that with so much information available, it can be difficult to find the most relevant or indeed keep up with it all, let alone know how to translate it into practice. This is where Responsible Research can help.

We pride ourselves on really getting to know each and everyone of our clients.

We want to understand what is important to you so that we can offer the very best training and/or consultancy services available. It may be that you want help to keep up to date with developments, or to review current practices. You may need support to improve the translation of good practice expectations and recommendations into everyday practice.

Whatever the challenge, one thing can be guaranteed; we will always do our best.

The project evaluation office

The project evaluation office (Oficina Evaluadora de Proyectos, OEP) at Miguel Hernandez University in Spain contacted Responsible Research in 2017 having […]