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Good practice in research involves an intellectual attitude that translates into a working ethos. They are related in the way in which research is planned and carried out, how the results are recorded and diffused and how the knowledge derived from the research is applied and exploited.
The CBPR is the collective self-regulating instrument that is made up of a set of actions, recommendations and commitments for research practice.
UAB's Code of Good Parctices in Research