Research Ethics in a Covid-10 World - Webinar hosted by ARMS in collaboration with AEN
A webinar hosted by ARMS in collaboration with AEN
Research Ethics in a Covid-19 World
Wednesday 11 November 2020 11:00AM - 12:30PM AEDT
Session times are listed in AEDT
The COVID-19 global pandemic has profoundly affected the conduct of research. Some research has been severely restricted, and many have had to alter protocols and methods. Other research, associated with prevention and treatment of COVID, and strategies to address anxiety, uncertainty and social isolation, has increased. Research ethics review is now routinely conducted online.
In the webinar, we will address the following questions:
· What has changed in the research ethics landscape?
· How are changes to research protocols and methods being ethically evaluated?
· What are the ‘work arounds’ research ethics committees have made?
· How has urgent research been expedited? What makes it urgent?
The webinar will be facilitated by Professor Clare Delany, Chair of the Humanities and Social Sciences Human Research Ethics Committee at the University of Melbourne.
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