Name
PD Sessions @ Zoom #3 - Moving Beyond Regulatory Compliance
Location
Online event
Cost
Free
Accreditation
-
Date
Friday, 14th of June 2019
Start Time
1:00 pm
Finish Time
2:00 pm
Description

The ARMS VIC Chapter is hosting the third PD Session @ Zoom.

Please join us online to watch a presentation by Professor Mark Israel, Senior Consultant, Australian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services; Professor and Dean Learning and Teaching, College of SHEE, Murdoch University (from June 2019).

 

Moving Beyond Regulatory Compliance:
Building Institutional Support for Reflection on Ethics and Integrity in Research

1pm* AEST, Friday 14 June

Review arrangements that are rule-based and focused on enforcing compliance do not belong in institutions committed to the pursuit of knowledge. And yet, many policies, procedures and training regimes seem to be predicated on such a model. In Australia, these behaviours persist despite the efforts of those drafting the National Statement and the Australian Code. If we are serious about moving the focus from regulatory compliance towards supporting ethical conduct and integrity in research, we need to: pay greater attention to curriculum and pedagogy; develop far more sophisticated resource materials; build up an empirical base for understanding research behaviour and how to promote ethics and integrity; and, alter patterns of communication between researchers and ethics review processes. 
 

Registration is open to all ARMS members. Visit the event page to register.

*Please note this session begins at 1pm AEST, unlike previous PD Sessions @ Zoom

 

Zoom webinar link:  https://zoom.us/j/203345249 || Webinar ID203-345-249


Time: 1pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) - be sure to check what time this converts to in your region!
Date: Friday 14 June 2019
Cost: Free
RSVP: 12 June 2019. Registration is open to all ARMS members.
CPE: Accredited members (ARMAs and ARMFs) can claim 1 CPE hour per session.
Zoom webinar linkhttps://zoom.us/j/203345249
Webinar ID203-345-249
Help/FAQs: Click here for Zoom webinar instructions. If you need assistance with accessing Zoom at your office, please contact your organisation’s IT Support. We strongly recommend you test your ability to connect to Zoom prior to the session.

The session will be recorded. Registered attendees will be sent a direct link to the recording and any available material from presenters.

 

This presentation is being delivered as part of an ARMS Victorian Chapter event:
Research Integrity and Human and Animal Ethics Workshop.
Victorian members can register to attend this workshop in person via the event page.

 

If you have any questions, please contact the ARMS Executive Office
arms.adminofficer@flinders.edu.au

 

Zoom webinar link:  https://zoom.us/j/203345249 || Webinar ID203-345-249
About the presenter
Professor Mark Israel

As a Director of and Senior Consultant with Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services, Mark provides advice on institutional policy and practice in relation to research ethics and research integrity to higher education institutions, research agencies, government and non-government organisations in Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. 

He has a degree in law and postgraduate qualifications in sociology, criminology and education from Oxford, Cambridge and Flinders Universities respectively. Mark is a Fellow of the Academic of Social Sciences in the United Kingdom, and has received grants from the Australian Research Council, the Criminology Research Council and the European Commission in relation to research ethics and integrity. Mark has been or is a member of the NHMRC’s Working Party responsible for revision of Section 3 of the National Statement, the National Ethics Application Form Advisory Group and the Harmonisation of Multi-Centre Ethical Review Education (HoMER) sub-group. His recent books include Research Ethics and Integrity for Social Scientists: Beyond Regulatory Compliance (Sage, 2015). He also acts as an ethics reviewer and rapporteur for the European Research Council.
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