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Are there mechanisms in place to report on the number of Progress Reviews
conducted within the required timeline and the review has been deemed
satisfactory
Is there a policy that details the circumstances for variation to
candidature
Is the policy and opportunities to alter candidature arrangements clearly
communicated to the relevant stakeholders
Are annual reviews of the variations to candidature carried out identifying
any trends and/or areas of concern and attention
Are there policies and procedures that clearly outline the institutional and
candidate responsibilities to comply with the
Australian Code for
Responsible Research
Are the policies and procedures communicated appropriately to the relevant
stakeholders
Have there been incidents of reported breaches of the academic integrity
policy
Are the policies and procedures regularly reviewed to align with any
university or any changes to the
Australian Code for Responsible Conduct
Are there mechanisms in place to ensure all projects requiring ethical
approval (including specific procedures for animal and human research) are
identified and approved before data collection commences
Are the policies and procedures communicated appropriately to the relevant
stakeholders
Are reports prepared on the proportions of academic staff and candidates who
have attended training programs dealing with ethics
Have there been incidents of reported breaches of the ethics policy
Are there mechanisms to inform candidates and supervisors on:
· The institution’s policy relating to the management of
intellectual property;
· Any shared intellectual property arrangements with external
partners; and
· Advice and support on the translation of research innovations
into new products
Is candidate feedback collected on the satisfaction of support provided on
the management of intellectual property and commercialisation issues
Are reports available on the number of projects involving intellectual
property and are areas of growth identified from these
7. Candidate Support
Are there policies and procedures for the allocation of domestic and
international scholarships/stipends
Prior%to%commencement,%candidates%and%supervisors%are%made%aware%of:
•%%The%institution’s%policy%relating%to%the%management%of%intellectual%property;
•%%Any%shared%intellectual%property%arrangements%with%external%partners;%and
•%%Advice%and%support%on%the%translation%of%research%innovations%into%new
products.
Independent%legal%advice%on%the%assignment%of%intellectual%property%through%a
third%party%is%made%available%to%candidates%and%paid%for%by%the%institution.
Policies%and%procedures%for%the%allocation%of%domestic%and%international
scholarships/stipends%are%transparent,%and%include%clearly%defined%criteria%and
information%of%all%scholarship%conditions.
6.3 Intellectual Property
Candidates%and%supervisors%are%expected%to%conduct%their%academic%affairs%with
honesty,%respect,%fairness%and%responsibility,%and%are%made%aware%of%principles
regarding%ethical%behaviour.
There%is%a%mechanism%in%place%to%ensure%all%projects%requiring%ethical%approval
(including%specific%procedures%for%animal%and%human%experimentation)%are
identified%and%approved%before%data%collection%commences.
Regular%workshops,%other%opportunities%and%resources%are%made%available%on
ethical%behaviour%and%the%process%for%obtaining%ethics%approval%for%research
projects.
7.1 Scholarships
5.5 Variations to Candidature
6.1 Responsible Research and Academic Integrity
6.2 Ethics
Candidate%progress%is%reviewed%at%least%once%a%year%against%an%agreed%project
plan.%The%process%should%allow%for:
•%Supervisor%and%candidate%access%to%view%each%other’s%input;
•%Supervisors%and%candidates%to%express%confidential%comments%to%an
independent%authority;
•%Processes%to%intervene%when%candidate%progress%is%below%expectations.%%This
may%include%the%provision%of%additional%support,%or%alternative%academic
pathways%and%where%appropriate,%a%managed%exit;%and
•%Effective%processes%to%respond%immediately%when%supervision%is%below
expectation%(see%also%dimension%4).
Opportunities%to%alter%candidature%arrangements%are%available%and%clearly
communicated%to%candidates.%Policy%explicitly%details%the%circumstances%under
which%a%candidate%can%withdraw%from%the%program,%suspend%candidature,
amend%study%load%and%transfer%between%courses.
The institution ensures that candidates have access to required resources which enable timely completion of a quality degree including appropriate physical, financial, administrative, academic, counselling and disability support services. The institution is committed to providing a research environment for research candidates that is
engaging, culturally sensitive, locally and globally relevant and support diversity.
Policies%and%procedures%clearly%outline%the%institutional%and%candidate
responsibilities%to%comply%with%the%Australian%Code%for%Responsible%Research,
which%include:
•%Management%of%research%data%and%primary%materials;
•%Supervision%of%research%candidates;
•%Publication%and%dissemination%of%research%findings;
•%Authorship;
•%Peer%Review;
•%Conflict%of%interest;%and
•%Collaborative%research%across%institutions%and%with%industry%partners.
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