NIODA's

Human Research Ethics Committee
The NIODA Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) is a permanent sub committee of the Academic Board of Governance. Its role is to act as the final point of reference for ethical concerns for all NIODA research activity and for other matters of ethics pertaining to the institute as a whole.

Rigorous

Human Ethics

The HREC is enabled through:

  • Keeping in touch with current practices of accepted ethical behaviour in academic research
  • Ensuring NIODA ethics policies and procedures reflect such behaviour, and
  • Reviewing and approving all ethics applications for research undertaken in the institute (both staff and students) that involves humans

The HREC reports to the Academic Board of Governance through quarterly reports and an annual written report. Each report details NIODA’s research ethics activity with recommendations for quality improvements. The annual report is also be included as data in NIODA’s annual strategic review undertaken by the Board of Governance.

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Experience & Expertise

The experience and expertise of the people behind NIODA is exemplary providing you with real and valuable skills towards better leadership and managment.
Dr Janelle Morgan

Dr Janelle Morgan

Chair of Human Research Ethics Committee

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Dr Helen Goodman

Dr Helen Goodman

Human Research Ethics Committee Member

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Ms Nuala Dent

Ms Nuala Dent

Human Research Ethics Committee, Academic Staff Representative

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Dr Janet Duke

Dr Janet Duke

Human Research Ethics Committee Member

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Mr Paul O'Brien

Mr Paul O'Brien

Human Research Ethics Committee Member

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ETHICALLY SOUND

Research

The Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC), a sub-committe of the Academic Board of Governance acts as the final point of reference for ethical concerns for all NIODA research activity and for other matters of ethics pertaining to the institute as a whole.

Enabled Though

Keeping in touch with current practices of accepted ethical behaviour in academic research.
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Ensuring

NIODA ethics policies and procedures reflect current best practice.

Reviewing & Approving

All ethics applications for research undertaken in the institute, both staff and students, that involves humans.

Community Represtation

Community points of view are important in considering ethical issues with at least one member a community representative.

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Are you

Seeking HREC details

Current Student

Looking for the NIODA Human Research Ethics application forms, information, instructions and details?

Get In Touch

PO box 564, Flinders Lane  Melbourne  8009  Australia
+61 414 529 867
info@nioda.org.au

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