An Australian history of human research ethics | A ppt produced by Colin Thomson AM – A Human Research Ethics resource
Revisiting his blog post from 30 July 2018 (no we can’t believe it was that long ago either, which is a function of how busy we’ve been), Colin has produced this terrific PowerPoint slide deck about the Australian history of human research ethics.
A Human Research Ethics resource | This sheet is a resource to help an HDR Supervisor evaluate whether their candidate’s application for ethics approval is ready to be submitted for research ethics review. The August/September 2020 edition of the Research Ethics Monthly will have a post about this resource and a watermarked and protected pdf version of this resource.
Setting up a monitoring arrangement for human research – A human research ethics talk by Kim Gifkins
In this 11 minute talk, AHRECS senior consultant Kim Gifkins reflects on useful institutional approaches to the monitoring of human research.
AHRECS consultant Nik Zeps gives an 11 minute talk about eConsent, its use advantages and future. A perfect in-meeting professional development activity for your research ethics committee.
When an individual only partially completes a survey, what’s good practice? If you answered quickly you are probably failing to meet your responsibilities.
When researchers interact with research ethics review bodies with regard to matters such as extensions or other variations, a common question is “does this require a renewal application to be considered by the original review body? This checklist provides a standardised approach to answering that question.
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.