The University is concerned with protecting the rights, dignity, health, safety and privacy of research subjects. It is also concerned with protecting the health, safety, rights and academic freedom of researchers and the reputation of the University as a centre for high-quality research.
In some instances researchers may involve students in a research process - this will have ethical implications and in which case staff must ensure they meet the University's policy and procedure for research ethics.
The University should aim to promote ethical behaviour, attitudes and judgements in students through its teaching by:
The main domains of responsibility within which ethical issues should be considered are:
Further information on this can be found at: Ethics and Standards: British Psychological Society