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Everyone has a responsibility for good research practice 

Everyone at Stockholm University has a responsibility to follow, promote and protect good research practice. This includes, among other things, to keep oneself informed about rules and guidelines and to follow these in one’s daily work. Some roles, such as head of department or supervisor, entail a special responsibility to create good preconditions for others to take their individual responsibility. But we all have a responsibility to realise this possibility and to contribute to creating good environments for open and well informed discussions about research integrity and ethics. 
You find information and important rules and guidelines, as well as guidance and contact information in various areas, via the headings to the left.  

Support and activities in research integrity and ethics 

You can turn to the ethics support function at the Office for Research, Engagement and Innovation Services if you have questions or concerns relating to research integrity and ethics – for example on ethical review, ethics guidelines, good research practice or research misconduct. 

The ethics support function regularly organizes seminars and information meetings on for instance ethical review, and also offers workshops on The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (The ALLEA Code). The workshop can be adapted to your needs and preferences. The ethics support function happily participates in events and activities initiated by other parts of Stockholm University, so please do not hesitate to get in touch if you are interested in organizing something related to research integrity and ethics. See contact details below.

Support and training in legal matters

You can turn to the Office of the President if you need help with legal issues. The Office of the President also offers training in for example official documents and secrecy, and participates in events organized by others.

For issues concerning the processing of personal data, you can turn to the University’s Data Protection Officer. 


Contact the ethics support function at the Office for Research, Engagement and Innovation Services through
Contact the Office of the President through Ask the lawyer.
Contact the University’s Data Protection Officer through