Conducting Ethical Research with Humans at UQ

Start Date Start - End Time Venue Places Taken
26/08/2021 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Building 67-145 1 of 40 Register

Duration: 2 hours

Coordinator: Dr Karen Olave Encina

Presenter: Mr Chris Rose'Meyer

The University of Queensland is committed to promoting a culture of responsible and ethical research.  Where research involves or is about humans, their tissue or data, researchers have specific obligations to ensure that all ehtics approvals are obtained prior to the work commencing.  

This workship will provide participants opporunitiy to discuss issues they may have when applying for human research ethics approval.

Topics

- Principles of human research ethics
- Research Elements
- Ethicss review pathways:

     - Full HREC
     - LNR Review
     - Ratifications
     - Exemptions

- Roles and Responsibilities
- Applying for research ethics approval

This course will enable participants to:

Familiarise with the requirements to undertake responsible conduct of research

Develop an understnading of the principles, roles and responsiblites when conducting research with humans

Build an understanding of the ethics review pathways when doing research with humans.