As a member of the UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO), our staff and students must maintain the highest professional standards as they conduct their research. UCLan has put policies and procedures in place to cover and protect the quality of research, from its initial conception, through to publication and other forms of dissemination into society.
Contacts and raising concerns
The Chair of the Research, Knowledge Exchange Governance Sub Committee, Professor Duncan Sayer, is the named person within the University responsible for research integrity.
The administrative lead for research integrity matters is Emma Neil Head of Ethics, Integrity and Governance Unit, and queries should be directed to Emma in the first instance.
We are currently in the process of updating our pdfs in line with government accessibility regulations. For further information, please contact Alexis Holden, Director of Research Services.
Research integrity annual statements
- Research Integrity Annual Statement 2022-23
- Research Integrity Annual Statement 2021-22
- Research Integrity Annual Statement 2020-21
- Research Integrity Annual Statement 2019-20
- Research Integrity Annual Statement 2018-19
- Research Integrity Annual Statement 2017-18
- Research Integrity Annual Statement 2016-17
External general guidance
The following guidance from external organisations may be useful to all researchers in exploring these issues further:
Research with animals
We work at the forefront of scientific and medical advances in order to impact positively on society. Animal research plays an important role in some of the research we undertake. For further information, see our page on research using animals.