Research Integrity Advisors provide advice about the responsible conduct of research and the University processes for dealing with allegations of research misconduct. In essence, they are to provide advice to potential complainants about the appropriate way forward. This may mean referral to other University processes.
The Research Integrity Advisor Network was established to support our advisors, provide information and resources to assist these staff in the role they play supporting the broader ANU research community.
The Research Integrity Advisor Network is meets twice per year, the meetings are informal however provide an opportunity for collegial learning between colleagues who have a strong commitment to Research integrity awareness. ANU research Integrity Advisors have research experience, wisdom, analytical skills, empathy, knowledge of the institution's policy and management structure, and familiarity with the accepted practices in research.