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Research Ethics for Graduate Students: Background, Navigating the Ethics Pr...

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Bruneau Centre, Beatrice Watts Boardroom

IIC 2014

Memorial University

St. John's, NL A1B 1T5

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This session covers topics such as why we conduct ethics review, a brief History of Ethics Review in Canada, the TCPS2 Guidelines, the MUN Research Ethics Board (ICEHR), the components of an ethics review and helpful suggestions for successful student applications.

Note: this talk will not discuss the technical aspects of navigating the ICEHR website, the Researcher Portal or the ROMEO system.

Mode: On-campus or online

Presenter: Dr. Russell Adams, Professor of Psychology and Pediatrics, Faculties of Science and Medicine; Chair Interdisciplinary Committee on Ethics in Human Research

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Bruneau Centre, Beatrice Watts Boardroom

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Memorial University

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