This professional development short course introduces students to research ethics in its wider context. It explores the ethical underpinnings of the research endeavour in both humans and non-human animals, including the justifications for engaging in research, core issues arising in research from inception to dissemination and research integrity. The course also reviews the history of research and the impact of research abuse. Participants are encouraged to develop practical skills in relation to their own research. Learning activities will include lectures and online activities.
Effective involvement in this short course will enable students to:
Intensive workshops will review the central ethical concepts and issues involved in human and animal research.
Professional development short course students will not be required to submit any assessment for this course, although they are encouraged to participate in weekly discussions.
Important: This short course is a variant of the unit of study, Research ethics (BETH5202). It enables you to complete the unit without formal university enrolment. You will receive a certificate of attendance, however, you will not receive credit points towards a University of Sydney degree.
Online intensives with weekly readings and online discussions and studies