Increasingly, research sponsoring bodies require institutions, which they support, to have and operate an active and rigorous process for the scrutiny of ethical implications of individual research projects. The LSE Research Ethics Policy forms part of the School's over-arching Ethics Code.
The LSE research ethics guidance comprises:
LSE Research Ethics Policy
which sets out the School's research ethics policy and the procedure for obtaining independent ethical scrutiny of research proposals by the LSE Research Ethics Committee
LSE Research Ethics Review form
which sets out a series of questions all researchers should consider when devising and undertaking research.
which sets out a series of questions all researchers should consider with respect to obtaining informed consent.
The School has incorporated the following into its policies and procedures: Statement on Dealing with Allegations of Research Misconduct under United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Research-related Activities for Foreign Institution. A full copy of the statement can be accessed here