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Course Detail

RD-JRMO-101 - Planning and Managing your Ethical Research Project

Suitable for PhD students and / or all new to ethics applications

This course is suitable for people in the process of planning their research with human participants. For whether your research includes interviews or experiments involving people, there will be ethical issues you must consider, and a research ethics application to be made as a result. This course is open to all three faculties and researchers will be given a general understanding of research ethics, as well have an opportunity to discuss their individual work.

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Recording
This session may be recorded. If the recording is to be made available after the fact (e.g. via QMPlus) we will announce this at the beginning of the session.

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You may lose your place if
you are not present at the time of the start of the workshop/event, we may award your place to someone on the waiting list who has turned up.

Assistance
If you require any type of assistance, whether it is with mobility, visual and/or hearing, please let us know so we can do our best to accommodate you.

Objectives

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Show an understanding of the reasons for, and uses of, ethical review; Assess what type, and level, of ethical review is required for their work;
  • Plan submission of an application to a relevant committee, one that shows knowledge of ethical issues in research, and which thus covers information commonly required by ethics committees
  • Prepare for work that is cross-disciplinary in nature and demonstrate an understanding of research ethics issues that commonly arise in other fields.

Provided by: Joint Research Management Office

Details

Date: Monday 8 February 2021

Venue: Scape 0.15, ME, Scape, Mile End

Time: 10:00 - 13:00


Tutor

  • Ms H Covill