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In this post, Gary, Mark and Kim refect on the draft update to Section 5 of the Australia’s National Statement.
“In recent years in Australia, we have seen some painful cases where research ethics review delegated to a non-HREC review body has failed to guard against projects that proved to be embarrassing for their host institution (see, for example, the ‘Racist bus driver’ and ‘Laughing at the disabled’ projects)….”
The publication of the Hong Kong Principles comes at a time when there has never been more scrutiny of research. In this pandemic, the importance of science has been reinforced time and time again, but the importance of efforts to enhance reproducibility and transparency in research has also come to the fore. What the Hong Kong Principles do is provide a framework whereby research practices that strengthen integrity in research – a core component of reproducibility and trustworthiness – can be recognised, supported and rewarded.
Dr Gary Allen It doesn’t seem so long ago that all that HRECs in Australia needed to do was consider
Lindsey Te Ata o Tu MacDonald and commentary by Mandy Downing As a member and then chair of both a
Katherine Christian, Carolyn Johnstone, Jo-ann Larkins, Wendy Wright and Michael Doran Katherine Christian, Federation University Australia Carolyn Johnstone, Federation University
It’s not too late to register for today’s free webinar about the 2018 update to the National Statement
Details about the event below. While we hope to see you there in a
When it comes to research integrity, the international community often tends to focus on
In the 1990s, I worked with many community groups and Native American/African-American communities on
Last year, I was invited by Tracey Bretag to contribute a chapter to the
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