This checklist seeks to help individuals and organisations performing research of any kind during a pandemic.
Research integrity and ethics
How we make sure our research meets the highest ethical standards including guidance, resources and contact information.
This checklist is aimed at researchers seeking ethical approval for research involving human participants.
This guidance is intended to help the research community limit the impact and risk associated with the outbreak of coronavirus, COVID-19.
How to follow protocol when you are applying for University sponsorship for research involving human tissue, human participants and NHS resources.
(Re)starting health and social-care research sponsored by the University of Bath during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guidance notes to follow from 1st January 21 regarding Clinical trials; Devices; Licensing; Importing and exporting; IT systems; Pharmacovigilance; Paediatrics
What research integrity means to us and how we make sure our research continues to meet the highest standards.
Find out who to contact if you have a question about our research integrity and ethics.
Essential information and documents provided by Research Councils and other public or professional bodies.
The University's annual statement sets out our actions and initiatives to sustain and enhance the integrity of our research for the 2019/20 academic year.
Find out what commitments are set out in the Concordat and how the University meets them.
You must complete the form for all research activity including internally-funded research conducted by staff or students, consultancy and external partnerships.
If your research or teaching involves animals that are not licensed by the Home Office, you must complete and submit this form.
Complete these forms as protocol when you are applying for University sponsorship for research involving human tissue, human participants and NHS resources.
Principles and standards that you must adhere to if you are involved in research at the University of Bath.
The principles that outline our approach to research assessment and management, including the responsible use of quantitative indicators.
Our procedure for inquiring into allegations of misconduct in research and scholarship.
How we approach research involving animals, including regulations we follow, our ethical review process and the animal species we use in our research.
Frequently asked questions about our animal research activities and the impact on animals.
How to comply with the Department of Health and University protocol if you are applying for University sponsorship to work in the NHS.