The Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (2007) was published by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Australian Research Council (ARC) and Universities Australia. It outlines the requirements of Australian research organisations in relation to the responsible conduct of research.
Edith Cowan University has accepted the requirements of the Code and also abides by other relevant Federal and State Government requirements governing integrity and ethical practice in research.
Members of the University undertaking research are required to be aware of the provisions of the Code, relevant University policies and guidelines governing responsible practice in research, as outlined below.
Section 1 - General principles of responsible research
Section 2 - Management of research data and primary materials
Section 3 - Supervision of research trainees
Section 4 - Publication and dissemination of findings
Section 5 - Authorship
Section 6 - Peer review
Section 7 - Conflicts of interest
Section 8 - Collaborative research across institutions
ECU Library and ECU Institutional Repository Related Policies and Guidelines
For ECU Research Students> Research Journey> Forms Policies and Guidelines
Enhance the visibility of your research - publish your Research Datasets on ECU's Research Online Repository.
Open Access Options: What data would you like to share, with whom, when and how (open, mediated, restricted).
Datasets listed on Research Online will: