Ethics and Good Research Practice

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Overview

This short course will provide an understanding of what constitutes good practice in research and what factors make research ethical or unethical.

The session will increase awareness of the kinds of ethical issues that arise in clinical research. Participants will learn about national and international guidelines on ethics in research and the current system of HREC review.

 

Course outline

This course covers:

  • Historical perspectives on research ethics

         Focuses on the creation of research ethics principles

  • Informed consent

          What's good and bad in our current process

  • ICH / GCP

           Guidelines for clinical research; streamlining ethical review

  • Privacy and confidentiality in research
           Current legislation and guidelines

Who should attend?

This course is relevant to researchers involved in low risk and observational projects as well as interventional clinical trials. For researchers seeking to obtain TransCelerate accredited ICH GCP training, completion of this course makes you eligible to enrol in the Refresher ICH Good Clinical Practice course

When

Monday 31st October 2017

9am – 1pm

Where

School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University

Conference rooms 2 & 3

Ground Floor

553 St Kilda Road

Melbourne VIC 3004

More Information
Contact Name Marina Skiba
Contact Email marina.skiba@monash.edu
Contact Phone 03 9903 0820