Research ethics guidance
The SRA promotes good practice in social research, including high standards of ethics to:
- Protect research participants
- Ensure research is high quality
- Comply with legislation
- Reassure funders
- Maintain the good reputation of the sector
We're pleased to announce the new SRA research ethics guidance (February 2021).
These guidelines replace the previous SRA Ethics guidelines (2003).
SRA members can ask the SRA Ethics Forum
for confidential advice about any research ethics concerns and dilemmas.
More guidance on social research ethics
King’s College London
Market Research Society
UK Research Integrity Office