Ethics: Principles and Processes for health research in WA
Are you planning an ethics application for your research project? Could you use an update to better understand the ethics application process? This seminar will review principles of ethics in clinical research, and provide practical guidance to understand and complete quality applications, including to the PMH Ethics and Scientific Advisory Sub-Committees.
Presenter: A/Prof. Sue Skull
Sue Skull is a paediatrician, epidemiologist, public health physician and researcher. She is an experienced teacher of research methods and enjoys helping others improve and enjoy their research experience.
Venue: Macdonald Lecture Theatre at Princess Margaret Hospital, other metropolitan locations and online.
Please register online to attend the seminar, choosing one of the three attendance modes available:
1. The seminar venue at Princess Margaret Hospital
2. A hosted videoconference site at one of the following locations:
- Fiona Stanley Hospital
- Royal Perth Hospital
- Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
*If you would like your host a regular videoconference at your site, please contact us.
3. Online via scopia and your PC
How to access the seminar online via videoconference
A video recording of the presentation will be made available on Friday 21st October until Friday 4th November.
After participating in the seminar – or viewing the recording- please complete a short 2-min online evaluation
This seminar is part of the Research Skills Seminar Series 2016 jointly hosted by the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation and the WA Department for Health, in collaboration with the WA Health Translation Network.
For further information email ResearchSkillsSeminars@health.wa.gov.au