Human Research Ethics
Obviously yours: Brain scans and implications of advances in technology and privacy – A Human Research Ethics discussion activity
Advances in scans and machine learning raise very familiar challenges. It’s time for careful reflection, not hysteria.
Suggested structure and operation of a proportional review form. Part of a set of resources about proportional processes and resourcing reflective practice.
A Human Research Ethics resource about establishing a proportional review arrangement. It includes tips and ideas, based upon AHRECS experience assisting institutions establish arrangements that are effective, efficient and scalable.
It’s always fun to enjoy a little joke at your own expense in a professional development activity/resource. Gary, who is an avid fantasy and sci-fi nut, came up with the idea for this image himself and liaised with our artist. This is one of the growing gallery of cartoon images (without the watermark) and resources available from https://www.ahrecs.vip and https://www.patreon.com/ahrecs.
National Statement (2007 updated 2018) game: Values and Elements cards – A Human Research Ethics activity
A 15-minute Human Research Ethics ‘card game’ to get attendees talking about the values/core principles and elements of the National Statement (2007 updated 2018).
This sheet relates to the processing of the response to review feedback from applicants for ethics approval, variation requests and the consideration of ethical conduct reports.
Human Research Ethics commentary by Prof. Mark Israel reflecting on the ‘Guatemala STD Research Incident’. Includes a discussion activity.