Title: Training in Research Ethics for Postgraduate Students, their Supervisors and Research Managers
Location: King’s Manor, York
Date: 30th April 2009
Start Time: 10:00
End Time: 16:00
Description: This workshop will review strategies and materials for the design and delivery of training programmes in Research Ethics – aimed at PG students, research supervisors and research managers. An update on Research Council, NHS and related policies will cover Research Ethics and Research Governance in Higher Education Institutions – together with networking to share best practice on embedding Research Ethics.
Case studies will be discussed to illustrate issues including IPR, the ethics of survey design and delivery, ethical issues in clinical research and the implementation of “whistle-blowing” policies in order to protect the “whistle-blower”.The need to reflect differing ethical perspectives and best practice when developing Research Ethics training programmes will form an essential part of the workshop.
This workshop has been designed for professionals who are managing, supporting or supervising PG research students including Graduate Deans, PG Research Supervisors, Research Managers, Administrative and Staff Development personnel.
The cost of this workshop is £165 for UKCGE Members and £215 for non-members. This includes lunch, refreshments and a delegate pack. To book a place, please follow the link above.