An Excel spreadsheet to assist with the tracking of the appointment, renewal and end-date of members of research ethics committee members. This includes keeping track of their participation in professional development for the committee and for members. This is a useful resource for research offices and the Chair/Secretary of a committee. Even though this was produced for HRECs in Australia, it can be easily updated for other jurisdictions and standards.
Sometimes, recruitment strategies can be a source of risks to participants, perhaps they even know about the research. This discussion activity prompts workshop participants to reflect on the issues and their own research.
Vulnerability, research ethics review and the review of s4 of the National Statement – A Human Research Ethics talk by Gary Allen and Mandy Downing
How we approach vulnerability can empower and respect individuals or compound their isolation and discrimination they face. In this 11 minute talk by Dr Gary Allen and spoken by Mandy Downing. This talk was sponsored by QUT as part of its HREC professional development and the Committe’s active engagement with the National Statement.
This great print-ready infographic describes the small slips that can send you tumbling toward research misconduct.
It is an Australian modification of a resource produced by ORI.
A useful handout for a research integrity workshop. And a constructive addition to your Research Integrity Resource Library..
A recommended prompt for all researchers.
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.
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.
In this PowerPoint with embedded audio, AHRECS senior consultant Mark Israel delivers a 12-minute talk about authorship. This is a handy resource for HDRs and ECRs.
When you look at consent templates who were they written for? Can you think of five justifiable alternatives to info sheets+consent forms?