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This seminar is for new staff members, new researchers, staff members supervising student research and research Postgraduate students.
All staff conducting research with human participants are required to attend this human ethics training seminar (Academic Board and Council rulings: 1998 and September 2000).
In 2015 a new Code of Responsible Research Conduct was introduced at Massey University. This session is an opportunity for research active staff and PG candidates to hear about what that means in terms of how they conduct their research and the processes that surround it at Massey University.
If you supervise PG candidates this session will be of interest. This session, facilitated by Prof Craig Johnson, Director Research Ethics will introduce the principles of the Responsible Conduct of Research and the potential impact the policy may have upon the role of a higher research degree (HRD) supervisor and candidate. The session also briefly introduces the online ethical approval processes.
Please refer to the Development Calendar for the full seminar descriptions and learning outcomes.
Students can register by contacting Alexis Boniface by email at A.Boniface@massey.ac.nz
Registrations for staff can be made online through the Development Calendar in MyHR.
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Last updated on Friday 03 May 2019