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This presentation highlights some ethical issues surrounding research conducted within a Tertiary Education environment
It is important that the subjects of research are protected. The means of achieving this is the university Human Ethics approval process. This presentation will explain the ethical principles of conducting human research, and explore the boundaries within which human interactions can occur with and without ethics approval.
This presentation provides a brief overview of Māori Research Ethics. It focuses particularly on what constitutes ethical research and its importance. Furthermore, it presents various Māori ethical considerations and situates research ethics within the university context.
The resources and templates below are designed to provide additional guidance on the ethical review and application process. If you are not sure how to develop Information Sheets or how Consent can be obtained the examples below should be useful.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016