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ETHICS OF RESEARCH INVOLVING HUMAN SUBJECTS

Does your current research involves human participants, or are you planning a research project that might include human participants? Do you know that all research conducted by McMaster faculty, staff, students and trainees must comply with specific national and McMaster research ethics policies? As such, it is critical that you are well informed of these policies and how they may apply to your research. This seminar is designed to introduce students and trainees (undergrad, graduate and postdocs) across all faculties and disciplines to ethical issues surrounding research involving human participants.
When Nov 03, 2011
from 08:30 AM to 01:30 PM
Where CIBC Hall, Room 319, McMaster University Student Centre
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Presenters:

  • Dr. Brian Detlor, School of Business,  Chair of the McMaster Research Ethics Board
  • Dr. Suzette Salama, Department of Medicine, Interim Chair of the Hamilton, Health Sciences/Faculty of Health Sciences Research Ethics Board
  • Dr. Lisa Schwartz, Arnold Johnson Chair in Health Care Ethics, McMaster Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics
  • Hands on case study discussions facilitated by Research Ethics Board members.

While targeted to students and trainees, this seminar is open to anyone interested.  Take advantage of this opportunity to expand your knowledge about research ethics, the ethical underpinnings of research involving humans, why we have Research Ethics Boards, whether your research requires ethical review, and learn how to prepare an application to the Research Ethics Board for review and approval of your research .

Breakfast and lunch provided.  No fee to attend.

AGENDA WILL BE POSTED SOON ON THE WEB:  http://www.mcmaster.ca/ors/ethics/gradworkshop.htm

Please register online before November 1st.

TO REGISTER ONLINE:   http://iserv.mcmaster.ca/ethics/mreb/register/registration.cfm  

OR CONTACT:  M. Wilson, ethicsoffice@mcmaster.ca / 905-525-9140, ext. 23142