The Research Integrity Office offers an introductory session on research integrity three times a year.
Research Integrity: the fundamentals of research excellence at King's is a short workshop designed to raise and strengthen awareness of research integrity and provide information on relevant policies, both locally and nationally.
There is also opportunity to discuss a series of scenarios around the good conduct of research. Further information and booking is available through Skills Forge.
The Research Integrity Office, together with colleagues from the Research Governance and Research Ethics Offices, is available to provide ad-hoc training to staff and research students.
Please visit our departmental training page to request a session. Topics we can cover include: plagiarism; authorship and publications ethics; reporting misconduct in research, data management plans and data storage, informed consent, GDPR, open data/data sharing, conflicts of interest, adherence to protocol
For training requirements around certain topics, we may refer you to our colleagues in other areas. These include: intellectual property, open access publishing, copyright, research data management
For researchers interested in the issue of reproducibility, King's is a member of the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN), a peer-led consortium that seeks to investigate factors which contribute to robust research, provide training, and disseminate best practice.
King's has a local lead based at the IoPPN, from where the RIOT Science Club runs. The RIOTS Club provides a forum for researchers to learn about open science practices, through a series of talks and peer support.
Where we are currently unable to offer training on specific topics, we may be able to identify colleagues from King's to offer guidance or signpost you to useful resources.