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May, 2017
10 Wed 1pm - 3pm Introduction to research ethics at Oxford for the Social Sciences and Humanities
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12pm - 5:30pm Publishing Scholarly Monographs workshop
13 Tue 2pm - 4pm Routledge presentation
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Introduction to research ethics at Oxford for the Social Sciences and Humanities

Wednesday, 10 May, 2017   1pm - 3pm
Colin Matthew Room (ground floor), Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road, OX2 6GG
29 spaces available

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The goals of the session are to understand:
• why Oxford has an ethics review system for research projects involving human participants and personal data;
• what research is reviewed by the Interdivisional Research Ethics Committee for the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH IDREC);
• common ethical issues which arise in relation to University policy; and
• how to write an application for ethical approval.
The session is suitable for graduate students and especially early career research... [Read more]

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