In 2014 AHRECS was engaged by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) to produce a report with regard to the fact an unsatisfactory number of grant and fellowship recipients had reported delays and problems with the progress of their work because of ethical review difficulties. The 47 page internal report suggested that there were a number of contributing factors to this situation and recommended a number of strategies to address these issues. AHRECS produced a public summary of the report which has been posted on the OLT web site and has been included in the AHRECS Resources Library.
AHRECS is currently working on six ressources booklets about key ethics issues for scholarship of learning and teaching research – a copy of which will also appear in the library.
This resource may be cited as:
Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services, (2015). AHRECS Summary Report and Recommendations to the OLT – Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services. [online] Available at: https://ahrecs.com/resources/ahrecs-summary-report-and-recommendations-to-the-olt [Accessed 8 Jul. 2015].