Research ethics: An introduction
This course is suited to anyone intending to engage in research or supervise research involving human participants. ?The course covers the importance of responsible conduct in research as well as more practical training in research ethics practices and the University's research ethics application process.
Aimed atResearchers (early stage, mid stage, final stage), Research staff
Must be engaged in research or supervise research involving human participants.
Key learning outcomes
By the end of this session participants will:
- Have a good understanding of the background to research ethics
- Know how to conduct research in line with the relevant policies, guidelines and funder and professional body requirements.
- Know how to ensure their research is ethical, publishable and of the highest possible standard according to the University's expectations of staff and student researchers.
Specific skills focused on in this session
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