Last year, I was invited by Tracey Bretag to contribute a chapter to the Handbook of Academic Integrity. The invite
Paul M Taylor1 and Daniel P Barr2 1Director, Research Integrity, Governance and Systems Research and Innovation, RMIT University (firstname.lastname@example.org) 2Acting
A Note on the Importance of Sensitising the Novice Researcher to the Realities of Ethics in Practice
Discussions of research ethics have begun to centre increasingly on how research guidelines translate into ethical practice during the research
Can you hear us? The Queensland experience of health research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
There is growing concern in Queensland about the conduct of health research meeting Indigenous research ethical principles and standards. Key
“Have you got ethics yet?” is a question asked frequently where health, social and behavioural sciences postgrads gather on campus.
Taking Time in the Midst of a Crisis: Prior Informed Consent, Sociability and Vulnerability in Ethnographic Research
As an anthropologist, the way I work has particular features which are, in my view, both empowering and paralysing. This
Aboriginal research and ethics: Could we be making it harder than it really is? Six things to focus your decision making
What do we know? I wish I could say there’s a simple formula that will reduce the anxiety of researchers
Human research ethics committees face workloads that can very easily become crippling, consequently precedent-based decision making can appear to be
Element Zero: What’s missing from the National Statement to support Consumer and Community Involvement in health research?
In this great post, Mark, Deborah and Ciara discuss a useful new element for the National Statement that relates to genuine involvement, input and participation for consumers/community members.
Mark Israel, Deborah Hersh and Ciara Shiggins
Advocates in health research of Consumer and Community Involvement – a concept better known in the United Kingdom as Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) – argue that it offers a way of building knowledge that incorporates the experiences and perspectives of a range of stakeholders, including patients and members of the public. Such involvement can improve the experience for research participants, enhance the process of informed consent, aid research impact and dissemination. It might also avoid the waste of resources on findings that have little relevance to end users or that cannot be implemented…
Constructive Voices Online Panels – Australian Code session 08/11/2018 – Information for registrants
To register for this event complete the short form at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nsbPkzfbT6S4YWzeEekKxA Date Panel members
To date, we are delighted to report the extended team is virus-free. Our best
Nik Zeps AHRECS Consultant Clinical trials have enormous value to society as they provide
Subscribe to newsletter
The Research Ethics Monthly is a free monthly publication about human research ethics and research integrity. It is emailed to our subscribers generally towards the end of every month.
Research Ethics Monthly
No posts found.