Additional Resources

Websites of interest including published articles, policies and theoretical discussion as well as news and events around the world.

Australian National Data Service

The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) makes Australia’s research data assets more valuable for researchers, research institutions and the nation.

We are doing this through:

  1. Trusted partnerships: working with partners and communities on research data projects and collaborations
  2. Reliable services: delivering national services to support data discovery, connection, publishing, sharing, use and reuse
  3. Enhanced capability: building the data skills and capacity of Australia's research system

Visit the ANDS website

Australian Research Council

The ARC expects the highest standards of integrity in all aspects of the research it funds. Research funded by the ARC must be conducted according to appropriate ethical, legal and professional frameworks. This page provides links to ARC policies relating to research integrity.

Visit the ARC website

Australian Research Integrity Committee

ARIC is jointly established by the NHMRC and the ARC to provide a review system of institutional processes related to allegations of research misconduct.

Visit the ARIC website

Committee on Publication Ethics

Promoting integrity in research publication.

The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) is a forum for editors and publishers of peer reviewed journals to discuss all aspects of publication ethics. It also advises editors on how to handle cases of research and publication misconduct.

Visit the COPE website

International Committee of Medical Journal Editors

A working group of general medical journal editors whose particpants provide recommendations for the conduct, reporting, editing and publication of scholarly work in medical journals.  

Visit the ICMJE website

Montreal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborations

A global guide to the responsibilities of individual and institutional partners in cross-boundary research collaborations. The Statement was developed as part of the 3rd World Conference on Research Integrity (2013).

Download and read the Montreal statement

National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is a division of the Office of International Science and Engineering in the USA.

Visit the NSF website

On Being a Scientist: A Guide to Responsible Conduct in Research (NSF, 2009)

Download and read On Being a Scientist

Singapore Statement on Research Integrity

...principles and responsibilities for research worldwide...

The principles and responsibilities set out in the Singapore Statement on Research Integrity represent the first international effort to encourage the development of unified policies, guidelines and codes of conduct, with the long-range goal of fostering greater integrity in research worldwide.

Download and read the Singapore statement

The US Office of Research Integrity

The US Office of Research Integrity (ORI) is a division of the US Department of Health and Human Services that oversees and directs Public Health Service research integrity activities related to NIH funding. The ORI website provides training and resources on all aspects of research integrity.

Visit the ORI website

UK Research Integrity Office

The UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) is an independent charity providing advice and support to the public, researchers and organisations to further good practice in academic, scientific and medical research.

Visit the UKRIO website

World Conference on Research Integrity

Held every 2 years, the next World Conference on Research Integrity will be hosted in Amsterdam in 2017.

Visit the WCRI website