University of Suffolk is committed to ensuring research undertaken by its staff and students is of the highest professional standard and meets current ethical guidelines.
Researchers should consider the ethical implications of their research activities and what level of independent ethical review is required before they proceed. This should take into account;
- The nature of the research
- Funders' policies
- Policy requirements of the organisation(s) involved in the research
- The laws of the country(ies) involved in the research
For further information about our research environment, and enquiries about research opportunities please contact:
- Andreea Tocca, Research Development Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org