Curtin prides itself on producing research that is conducted within the following framework, based on the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research:
- Honesty and integrity
We foster an environment of intellectual honesty and integrity, with scholarly and scientific rigour.
- Respect for human research participants, the animals and the environment
We respect participants and animals, and minimise the adverse effects of research on the community and the environment.
- Good stewardship of public resources used to conduct research
We’re responsible in our planning and management of public resources for conducting and managing research.
- Appropriate acknowledgement of the role of others in research
Attribution of authorship and collaboration is meritorious and based on substantial contributions.
- Responsible communication of research results
We understand the importance of the communication of research findings.
- An environment of responsible research
At Curtin, responsible and ethical behaviour in research is expected.
Keeping people involved in research safe, and maintaining their confidentiality and privacy.
ANIMALS IN RESEARCH
Ensuring ethical, humane and responsible care and use of animals used for scientific purposes.
SAFETY IN RESEARCH
Ensuring the safety of people and the environment when conducting research.
Complaints or queries
Failure to conduct research within the research integrity framework and in accordance with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research is a breach of research integrity.
If you are member of the community and/or a participant in a research study and you want to discuss the study with someone not directly involved, or you have a question about the conduct of a study or your rights as a participant, or you wish to make a complaint, you can contact:
Manager Research Integrity
Dr Catherine Gangell
Phone: +61 8 9266 7093
Please contact Curtin’s Integrity and Standard Unit to make a confidential complaint online.