About the Resources Section
Compiled here are links, downloads and other resources relating to research integrity and human research ethics. Even though there is a very deliberate focus upon Australia, New Zealand and Asia we have also included international materials that either may be of direct interest (for research conducted overseas or with international collaborators) or because it may be indicative of international best practice (e.g. the COPE resource material and best practice with regard to authorship and publication ethics).
The intended audience for this material is:
- Chairs and members of ethics committee members;
- Research Ethics Advisers;
- ethics officers, managers, educators and compliance officers
- researchers; and
This searchable library is arranged into the following sub-sections:
- Codes, guidelines, policies and standards
- Guidance and resource material
- In the news
The initial library was compiled by the members of the AHRECS team. Subsequently we gratefully received contributions from colleagues (local and international). This s a living resource intended for use by a very wide audience so please take a moment to send us your ideas for inclusion and let us know if you find any broken links or other problems.
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Institutions that have a direct link to the AHRECS resource library and/or the blog: Griffith University.
We hope you find this resource useful.
Colin, Gary, Mark and Martin
Senior Consultants, AHRECS
21 May 2015