Research Ethics – ethical enquiry and research governance (workshop 4)

Course Overview

Research ethics is an integral part of good research and this session will be of use to all supervisors.  It will examine what ethical research is (and is not), how it can change during the research process and how supervisors can ensure that their students follow appropriate ethical guidelines. This session will also examine different cultural perspectives of research ethics before looking at CU’s Ethical Review Process.

What will I get out of this course?
Who is it for?

This session is suitable for all post-graduate research degree supervisors.

Participant preparation needed?


Additional Information


What prior experience do I need?


Formal assessment


Length of course

2 hours

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