Attn SALC PhDs: Research ethics training sessions available (21 Oct and 10 Feb)

Research Ethics: Introductory session: As a PGR student writing a thesis or dissertation you must think carefully about the ethical issues raised by your particular project. Many research projects conducted by University staff or students that involve human participants may require approval from the School’s Research Ethics Panel. If you are planning to involve human participants in your research, then it is essential that you attend this introductory training session.

Date: Wednesday, 21/10/2015
Time: 11.00-12.00
Location: Samuel Alexander A113
Organised by: Dr Anindita Ghosh, Dr Martina Faller

Research Ethics II: Completing the Ethics Application: Research projects conducted by University staff or students that involve human participants may require approval from the School’s Research Ethics Panel before you start your research. If you are planning to involve human participants in your research, then it is essential that you attend this hands on training session. This session is specifically aimed at helping PGR students complete the ethics application, and is a follow up to the session offered in semester I. It is not essential to have attended the previous session.

Date: Wednesday, 10/02/2016
Time: 13.00-14.00
Location: Mansfield Cooper G22
Organised by: Dr Anindita Ghosh, Dr David Brown

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