On 22nd of november, AHRECS hosted its second Constructive Voices panel. These panels aim to create an opportunity for open discussion about human research ethics and research integrity among researchers, policymakers, research managers, research ethics reviewers and other stakeholders.
The first panel featured:
- Jeremy Kenner, Expert Advisor – Ethics at NHMRC
- Wendy Rogers, Chair NSWG, Macquarie University
- Pamela Henry, Chair ECU HREC
- Gary Allen, Co-Chair Chapter 3.1 drafting committeer, Senior Consultant, AHRECS
A video-recording of the discussion will be available for streaming for 90 days for free from the here. It will then be moved to the AHRECS subscribers’ area.
By becoming a subscriber (from USD1/month) you will not only gain access to a growing library of high-quality resources (two or more items are added every month), but you will also be supporting events like the Constructive Voices panel discussions. A subscription of USD15/month provides access to all the materials.
We are also happy to hear ideas for panels and speakers for 2019. We agree that there is a need for communities of practice to develop further around research ethics. We recognise that AHRECS could do more to stimulate this and we would like to find partners who would resource this.
AHRECS has been working with Australian universities and other research institutions to respond to the recent changes to the National Statement and the new Australian Code. You can find out more about the services offered by AHRECS at https://ahrecs.com/our-services.
Regards from Mark, Gary and Colin on behalf of the AHRECS team
Items left by the speakers
— NHMRC —
— WENDY ROGERS —
— PAMELA HENRY —
— GARY ALLEN —
Recording of event