Skip to 0 minutes and 6 seconds Do you know what ethical obligations you’ll need to meet when conducting your research? Do we really need a code of ethics, or is the fair and just treatment of others plain common sense? How do we protect the vulnerable while still moving forward with life-changing research? Hello. I’m Chris Stevenson from Deakin University. And I’m Nick Barter from Griffith University. Ignorance is not bliss. Ethical dilemmas don’t always have obvious solutions. And you will be held accountable for your actions and decisions during the research process. So you need to know what’s expected before you get started.
Skip to 0 minutes and 45 seconds Join us in this two-week course as we learn the difference between morals and ethics, strategies for working through ethical dilemmas, and how to avoid common pitfalls as you undertake your research. Don’t make the mistake of walking into your research project blindly. We’ll help you confidently navigate your ethics application and apply theory to practise. Register now for your opportunity to learn from two leading research universities. Together, we’ll teach you the principles required to protect your research participants and yourself. Do it right, and do it well. We look forward to seeing you in the course and helping you achieve remarkable and ethical outcomes in your research. See you soon.