The university’s Research Ethics & Governance team has organised a series of research ethics ‘surgeries’ for our faculty this academic year. It is an excellent opportunity for staff and students to discuss ethical issues and ask questions of Ramona Statache, Research Ethics & Governance Manager. Please note that the session is intended for specific queries regarding the ethical approval of research and not for reviewing applications. The first surgery this academic year will be next week on Wednesday 20th November 2019, 2pm 4pm, Room GM333. Sessions are open to all staff and students, and are run on a first come first served basis – so don’t book just turn up.
The rest of the programme for this academic year is as follows.
9th December 2019, 2pm –4pm, Room GM227
29th January 2020, 2pm –4pm, Room GM328
26th February 2020, 10am –12noon, Room GM339
25th March 2020, 2pm –4pm, RoomGM227
29th April 2020, 10am –12noon, Room GM328
27th May 2020, 2pm –4pm, Room GM328
1st July 2020, 10am –12noon, Room GM328