The Research Services Office maintains a calendar of upcoming workshops and seminars for Research Higher Degree students, Academic Staff and General Staff.

 


IMPORTANT
The Chief Investigator of a project is responsible for ensuring that provisions are made for the education, training and supervision of all staff and students listed on their project.

Training Opportunities

Workshop for RHD/ HDR Students: Ethics and Integrity in Research with Humans

The University of Adelaide, Flinders University and the University of South Australia invite all higher degree by research (HDR or RHD) students from these three institutions to attend a one day workshop on human research ethics and integrity.

Current HDR and RHD students who are undertaking research projects which require human research ethics approval are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop. Non-HDR/RHD students whose current program of study requires an application for ethics approval may also be eligible, pending confirmation from their supervisor.

DATE: Thursday 22 September 2016

TIME: 8:30am-5:00pm (attendance is required all day).

VENUE: Lecture Theatre 102, Napier Building, University of Adelaide North Terrace Campus

REGISTER ONLINE: Ethics and Integrity in Research with Humans. Registrations are required by 15 September 2016.

ENQUIRIES: Contact the University of Adelaide Research Ethics Team oreci_training@adelaide.edu.au

DRAFT PROGRAM

The workshop will include:

  • An introduction to research integrity and the responsible conduct of research
  • An overview of the ethical issues that may arise in research involve humans (including topic-specific breakout sessions)
  • Tools to analyse and address these issues
  • How to apply for approval from a Human Research Ethics Committee.

This training is supported by the University of Adelaide, Flinders University and the University of South Australia.

 


Social Sciences Ethics Training Module (Online)

Developed and hosted by Macquarie University, the Social Sciences Ethics Training Module is a free, publicly available educational resource that examines the particular ethical issues raised by social science and humanities research.

The training module is divided into 6 basic parts. You can start and stop reading at any point in the module, and you can close it and return to it later. After you have reviewed the entire module, there is a quiz that tests your comprehension of the material.

 


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