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Research integrity is the backbone of success in research and its commercialisation, underpinning how research is designed, conducted, reported by researchers, and how institutions serve their communities. It requires strategies and approaches that support researchers in achieving trustworthy findings and making a positive impact. 

This session brings together expertise from RMIT’s research integrity network, sharing their approach to establishing a research integrity ecosystem, inclusive of framework, strategies and a team that supports its staff. The session will also touch on how research integrity informs impact and innovation. 

The session covers:

  • What research integrity is and why it is important
  • Current challenges in research integrity for researchers and institutions 
  • RMIT’s approach to promoting and supporting research integrity 
  • Lessons learned from managing responsible research and when things go wrong
  • Considerations for the integrity of research innovation
  • A showcase of iThenticate technology to support research practices 

Who should watch this webcast: 

Researchers and stakeholders within an institution who are evaluating their current research integrity frameworks and approaches, and looking to explore proven practices to support researchers and their institutions. 


*Please note that we cannot provide a certificate of attendance for regional events or webinars.

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