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Human Research Ethics Workshop for HDR Students

Ethics and Integrity in Research with Humans

Human Research Ethics Workshop for HDR Students. CaRST Hours 8 hours. C: Research Governance and Organisation. Face to Face.

The workshop aims to give participants:

  • an understanding of the ethical issues that may arise in research involving human participants (across the full spectrum from biological samples to whole populations);
  • tools to analyse and address these issues;
  • an understanding of what constitutes good practice in research; and
  • information on how to prepare an ethics application to the Universities' Human Research Ethics Committees.
Human Research Ethics Workshop for HDR Students
Target Audience All Postgraduate Research Students requiring human research ethics approval
CaRST Credit 8 hour
Domain C: Research Governance and Organisation
Learning Outcomes C1 and C2
Mode of Delivery Face to Face
Pre-requisites None
Resources Resources are available online
Provider Office of Research Ethics, Compliance and Integrity
Evidence of Completion Workshop attendance certificates should be supplied to CaRST (Career and Research Skills Training)
Enquiries Human Research Ethics Secretariat
or 831 34417

Course Dates

25 September 2017, Flinders in the City, Victoria Square, Adelaide

Training dates, location and organiser changes annually. Updated information is made available at when known
Booking For 2017, book online via the organisers Ethics and Integrity in Research with Humans webpage.

Book Online

Career and Research Skills Training (CaRST) Unit

Adelaide Graduate Centre
Level 2, Schulz Building
SA 5005


T: +61 8 8313 5882
F: +61 8 8313 5725