If you build it, they will come- 2020 Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) Training Conference (online) 18-20 Nov
Approximately 2.5 months from inception to execution, a veritable cornucopia of Australia’s thought leaders on topics such as consent, voluntary
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)….”
Prof. Colin Thomson AM AHRECS Senior Consultant We at AHRECS, like all our friends, colleagues and clients, are becoming more
Working flexibly through the Coronavirus: Continuing professional development in research integrity or human research ethics?
Research ethics and research integrity professional development works best as a long-term commitment to building the capacity of the current
“To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose” a time to report on ethical conduct, a
Mark Israel (AHRECS and Murdoch University) and Farida Fozdar (The University of Western Australia). There is considerable momentum behind the
Dr Ann-Maree Vallence and Dr Hakuei Fujiyama College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education, Murdoch University, Perth, Australia http://profiles.murdoch.edu.au/myprofile/ann-maree-vallence/ http://profiles.murdoch.edu.au/myprofile/hakuei-fujiyama/
As a follow up on Strategies for resolving ethically ambiguous scenarios last month below is
We’re thrilled by how the AHRECS team has been growing and the expertise Sarah,
Building the Conversation This month’s addition to the Building the Conversation series reflects upon
The Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research 2007 (the Code) is Australia’s