Back in May, we published a resource for supervisors of postgraduate research students to assist with evaluating whether a research ethics application is ready to be submitted for review.
Thank you everyone who sent in comments and suggestions on the draft. A special thank you to Nicola Pritchard (QUT) who sent us some great notes.
We were thrilled when Brighton and Sussex Medical School in the United Kingdom let us know they were using the first version to assist their research community apply for review.
Based on the feedback, we have updated the resource. A copy of the revised version is included here as a locked and watermarked PDF. We have also included on https://www.ahrecs.vip a clean and open version, as an MS Word document, for copying and use.
AHRECS consultants are now drawn from the diversity of the people of Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. Today, we will start on a supplementary form for research with or concerning Māori or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We will publish an initial draft in the next few months.
Thanks again to everyone who participated. This is precisely the kind of international, interdisciplinary and generous community of practice we hoped Research Ethics Monthly would support.
This post may be cited as:
Allen, G. (13 September 2020) Updated checklist for HDR Supervisors Research Ethics Monthly. Retrieved from: https://ahrecs.com/updated-checklist-for-hdr-supervisors/