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.
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.
Designing a strong institutional approach to the ethical design and conduct of evaluative practice – A Human Research Ethics resource
A resource document to assist institutions formulate robust evaluative practice arrangements
[PPT and embedded audio updated 10 February 2019] A PowerPoint with an engaging embedded audio by Colin Thomson AM about the new chapter of the …
Resources, short talks and activities relating to privacy in Australian human research. Produced and delivered by Prof. Colin Thomson AM.
Institutional conflict-of-interest policies at US academic research institutions, Resnik D.B, Ariansen, MS, Jamal, J. and Kissling, G.E. Commentary by Prof. Colin Thomson – A Research Integrity Commentary
Commentary by Prof. Colin Thomson AM on this 2016 paper about institutional conflicts of interest policies (or lack thereof) at US research institutions. This informative …