The third of six two-page resource sheet that could be provided to new members, as part of their induction, or to existing members as a refresher. The remaining three sheets will be published in the coming days.
A two-page resource sheet that could be provided to new members, as part of their induction, or to existing members as a refresher. This is the first in a set of these resource sheets.
A PowerPoint with an engaging embedded audio by Colin Thomson AM about identifying and promoting quality in research ethics review.
This activity sheet encourages reflection on the interaction between principles, elements and provisions when thinking about group recruitment/consent.
Flow to determine whether research on material published to the web/social media posts require research ethics review/consent? – A Human Research Ethics resource
Does online content analysis (including social media/web 2.0 posts) require research ethics review? Step by step flow and flow diagram.
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.