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Research Skills Seminar: Ethics for Research – Obstacle or Powerful Tool to Enhance Design and Conduct

Details

Date:
Friday 08th April 2016
Time:
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Perth Children’s Hospital, PCH Auditorium, Level 5
15 Hospital Avenue
Nedlands,6009Australia

Organisers

Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation
West Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN)
WA Department of Health

SEMINAR 8 APRIL (12:30 – 1:30PM)

‘ETHICS FOR RESEARCH: OBSTACLE OR POWERFUL TOOL TO ENHANCE DESIGN AND CONDUCT?’

This seminar will show how to use Ethics as a powerful tool to enhance study design and conduct.

It will empower researchers to think in ethical terms without seeing themselves ‘bio-ethicists’.

video-recording of the seminar can be accessed for a limited time.

 

Online registration is required. Choose from the registration options below:

Attendance via videolink:

To participate via video-link please register for videolink-in

Attendance at the seminar venue

To attend the seminar in person, please register for onsite attendance.

Upon completion of your registration you will be sent a confirmation email with further information.

We ask participants  to provide a 2-minute online feedback – a hyperlink will be posted here closer to the seminar date.

 

Presenter: Dr Nik Zeps 

Nik Zeps

Nik is the Director of Research at SJGHC Subiaco Hospital and a former member (2006-2012) of the Australian Health Ethics Committee of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia.

He is the Australian representative on the Ethics and Policy Committee of the International Cancer Genome Consortium and has been a member of the UWA Human Research Ethics Committee since 2011.

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