Finding a research ethics/integrity advisor
You might find it helpful to locate professional advice from those who have worked in this field for many years and are capable of assisting in projects from design to dissemination. Some pro bono advice might be available, but for anything more than just a simple question, advisors would expect a fee for services. Most advisors can work ‘remotely’ but face-to-face meetings may also be required from time to time. Advisors can have different roles in different jurisdictions, varying from advice on researcher conduct, to advice on how research misconduct processes work. You need to be clear what sort of advisor you need and you need to assess their competence on the basis of their career history, references and recommendations.
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