Research Ethics Workshop for HDR Supervisors, Researchers and Research Students – CLINICAL & QUALITATIVE
Published: Monday 12th October 2015
Research Ethics for HDR Supervisors, Researchers and Research Students – CLINICAL & QUALITATIVE
These workshop will cover the essentials for successfully navigating the ethics approval process at ACU. The workshops will cover:
the ACU online (ORION) ethics application form, guidelines and processes
when to put in an application
how long approval is likely to take
how to manage complaints or problems.
Ethical issues in research including:
historical context and background
respect for persons
risk & benefit
recruitment and consent.
Relevant Australian guidelines and legislation impacting upon research ethics, including:
research with children and vulnerable people
research with Indigenous Australian people
privacy and data storage.
The workshop will be presented by Dr Nadia Crittenden (Chair, HREC) and Ms Susanna Gorman (Research Ethics Manager) with input from members of the Ethics Committee. There will be ample opportunity for discussion and questions.
Research Supervisors and Students are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop.
WORKSHOPS DATE AND REGISTRATION
Ethics workshop- QUALITATIVE
Date & time
Tuesday 20 October
Melbourne Campus, Level 5, Meeting Room 2, 215 Spring Street