ACN - 101321555 Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services Pty Ltd (AHRECS)

Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services Pty Ltd (AHRECS)

AHRECS: Voice for constructive change. We provide access to some of the leading experts in human research ethics in Australia and New Zealand.

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Resourcing reflective practice

We believe that the most effective approach to research ethics, the best way to mitigate institutional risk and safeguard the welfare and rights of participants, is to focus on the research culture of an institution and to resource the reflective practice of the institution's researchers.


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    Reboot undergraduate courses for reproducibility – Nature | Undergraduates undertaking research can be an excellent foundation for later research endeavours, but only if they learn the right lesson from the experience. How we approach the journey is more important than who wins the race.
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    #AHRECS #ResearchIntegrity #ProfessionalDevelopment #psychology #reproducibility

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    How a simple ‘thank you’ could improve clinical trials – Nature | There was a time that designs with participants as co-researchers was limited only to a sub-set of social science research (e.g. action-research in education) but this is changing. In addition to to an increasing recognition of the importance of giving marginalised groups an active voice in research, it is great to see this approach being recognised for the benefit it can bring to research where it has not often been used before (e.g. clinical research and trials).
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    #AHRECS #HumanResearchEthics #ClinicalTrials #coresearchers

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    How a simple ‘thank you’ could improve clinical trials – Nature | There was a time that designs with participants as co-researchers was limited only to a sub-set of social science research (e.g. action-research in education) but this is changing. In addition to to an increasing recognition of the importance of giving marginalised groups an active voice in research, it is great to see this approach being recognised for the benefit it can bring to research where it has not often been used before (e.g. clinical research and trials).
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    What These Medical Journals Don’t Reveal: Top Doctors’ Ties to Industry – New York Times | Revelations like this do nothing to inspire public confidence in science
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    #AHRECS #ResearchIntegrity #HumanResearchEthics #ConflictsOfInterest