This unit of study provides students with the opportunity to gain advanced level understandings of integrity and ethics in relation to the conduct of research in a range of disciplinary contexts. It will develop the postgraduate researchers' capacities to engage in current debates about research ethics and integrity, and to identify and develop positions on critical issues in research integrity and ethics in relation to their own research project area. Topics include research governance and community ethics, research conduct, authorship and intellectual property, research limits, consent and confidentiality, animal research and commercialising research.
On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
Required resources will be made available through the unit VU Collaborate site Global Research and Integrity Modules (GREIM)
This unit is studied as part of the following course(s):