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Research Integrity

High Quality and Robust Practice

We are committed to the Universities UK Concordat to support Research Integrity. We apply high quality and robust practice across all our research activity. Our Head of Research, Dr Julie Northam, has overall responsibility for implementing the Concordat to support Research Integrity.

We do this through our policies and procedures, and through our activities and actions including an annual statement on research integrity.

Institutional contact for Research Integrity is Dr Julie Northam, contact her here: jnortham@aecc.ac.uk.

Please read our statement on research integrity:

Annual Statement on Research Integrity

The following policy is in place to support research integrity:

Research Misconduct Policy and Procedure

Research Ethics Policy and Procedures

This Policy is designed to provide guidance about conducting ethical research and to provide details of the AECC University College process and procedure for ensuring appropriate consideration and ethical approval of research by staff and students.

All researchers and research supervisors must read this Policy prior to commencement of their research.

If further clarification or guidance is needed, the
Chair of the Research Ethics Sub-Committee (RESC) should be consulted.

Further details on the RESC are given in the AECC University College Academic Committees Membership and Terms of Reference

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MSc Podiatry (pre-registration) Students at TCS London Marathon 2024

Each year, some 60 Podiatrists, both qualified and pre-registration students from all over the UK, descend on the capital to volunteer for the TCS London Marathon. This year, our first cohort of AECC University College MSc Podiatry (pre-registration) students, along with Associate Professor in Podiatry and Course Leader, Simon Otter, joined peers from the Universities of Brighton, Northampton, and East London. The co-location developed a true multidisciplinary ethos and close working relationships with physiotherapists, nurses, paramedics, physicians, and the voluntary sector (via St John Ambulance) as part of the wider finish-line medical team.

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