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February is LGBT+ History Month in the UK, a month in which we recognise and celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and additional queer histories.
We are committed to assessing the quality of our research fairly and transparently. To demonstrate this commitment we signed the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) in 2018.
As a St George's, University of London researcher, you can get help with managing your data at each stage of your project from the research data management (RDM) Service.
This page explains key terms used in open access and the forms for St George's researchers to use when claiming open access fees.
This page explains more about how St George's researchers can use CRIS and SORA to make their research publications openly available.
To comply with the law, information must be collected and used fairly, stored safely and not disclosed to any other person unlawfully.
Research Ethics Committees (or Ethical Review Boards) help researchers consider and prepare for ethical issues that their research might raise. The main way Research Ethics Committees do this is by reviewing a researcher’s ethics application for their project.
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