I am the Research Governance Manager at the University of Lincoln. My role covers all aspects of research governance, including ensuring compliance with the Concordat for research integrity, research ethics (implementation and management of an electronic system), clinical governance and QA lead for the university’s human tissue licence. I have clinical background (working in Oncology and Cancer Research) as well as over 10 years’ experience working in research governance in both the NHS and academic institutions (reviewing and auditing CTIMPs, interventional and non-interventional studies across all clinical disciplines).
Adhering to, and demonstrating a firm commitment to research integrity is a something many Higher Education Institutions (HEI’s) across the UK are committed to upholding. This is particularly challenging for institutions seeking to transition from teaching-focused/research active towards research intensive with difficulties around funding, work loading and a more nascent research culture. However, with substantial …
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