GuildHE and it’s research consortium of 29 research active smaller and specialist universities and colleges, GuildHE Research, have responded to the recent consultation on the revised Concordat to Support Research Integrity.

The response highlights the need for proportionate measures for institutions of different sizes, encourages the signatories to assist institutions by providing models and templates for compliance, and welcomes the improved clarity of responsibilities.

We welcome the opportunity to engage the full diversity of higher education institutions in this revised concordat and in the debates around research integrity more broadly. GuildHE has been a long term supporter of the Concordat and we commit to continue promoting it’s principles amongst smaller and specialist universities and colleges.

Read the full response: GuildHE Response to Concordat to Support Research Integrity