Lindsey Te Ata o Tu MacDonald AHRECS, Consultant In New Zealand, we have two separate drivers for change in
台灣的研究倫理規範之發展 甘偵蓉 Gan Zhen-Rong1 and 馬克·伊瑟利 Mark Israel2 Many commentators on research ethics have been based in the Global North
It is with great sorrow that we note the passing of one of our consultants, Barry Smith. Of Te Rarawa
Release of the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research 2007 (updated 2018) – With interview
The revised National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research 2007 (updated 2018) was released on 9 July 2018. .
On the Problem of “Worldlessness”. Do The Declaration of Helsinki and the Council for International Organizations of Medical Science Guidelines Protect the Stateless in the Research Context?
Associate Professor Deborah Zion Chair, Victoria University, HREC. firstname.lastname@example.org Can these bones live? Ezekiel, 37:3. The Declaration of Helsinki has
Following my September 2017 piece: Ethics and the Participation of Indigenous Children and Young People in Research, this article briefly
JC Gaillard School of Environment, The University of Auckland, New Zealand Unit for Environmental
Investigating an ethical barrier – should HRECs require gatekeeper approval from universities before external research?
Investigating an ethical barrier – should HRECs require gatekeeper approval from universities before external research? | In this traffic post, Kate Christian questions the elephant in the room when it comes to research about universities.
Why do ethics committees require the approval of the institution?
Especially when participants aren’t vulnerable.
Whose interests are they protecting and why?
For national research, the results can be time-consuming, frustrating and add a little to the research.
Early career researchers might meekly accept this but it sucks time, energy and resources. But research Ethics committees should ask themselves the questions: Is this efficient and is it fair? Insisting upon institutional approval may well be skewing the data and distorting the results?
Mike Adorjan and Rose Ricciardelli’s edited collection, Engaging with Ethics in International Criminological Research,
The need to seek institutional approval to survey staff – was this a misunderstanding of the purpose of Guideline 2.2.13 in the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research?
Katherine (Kate) Christian, Carolyn Johnstone, Jo-ann Larkins and Wendy Wright Federation University We