Responsible conduct of research

Responsible conduct of research

Responsibilities outlined in the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research

The Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research establishes a framework for responsible research conduct in Australia. The Code simply and succinctly stipulates the high-level principles, responsibilities and expectations that apply to all research. It is written specifically for researchers and institutions. Compliance with the Code is a prerequisite for receipt of National Health and Medical Research Council and Australian Research Council Funding.

The PHRN require researchers to uphold the principles of responsible research conduct in all aspects of their linked data research. 

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HPV VACCINE

CASE STUDY

Data linkage has a significant role in reduction of cervical cancer in Australia. The HPV vaccine was introduced in 2007, success of the vaccine was monitored by linking vaccine registers to cervical smear registers in Queensland & Victoria.

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NEWS & EVENTS

LATEST NEWS

Read IJPDS' special issue on population data centre profiles featuring PHRN. With articles from population data centres across the world, this special issue represents a unique resource, bringing together into one place a wealth of information.

From 20 December 2019 the PHRN OAS will not be monitored. Normal operations will resume on 6 January 2020.

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