According to the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research human research includes the involvement of humans in any of the following forms:

  • surveys, interviews or focus groups,
  • psychological, physiological or medical testing or treatments,
  • observation by researchers
  • having their personal documents or other materials accessed,
  • collection and use of their body organs, tissues or fluids (e.g. skin, blood, urine, saliva, hair, bones, tumor and other biopsy specimens) or their exhaled breath, and
  • their information (in individually identifiable, re-identifiable or non-identifiable form) as part of an existing published or unpublished source or database being accessed.

Human Research Ethics Session

Wed 7 Nov 2018 1:00pm2:00pm


Level 4, UQ Oral Health Centre (Bldg. 883)
288 Herston Rd, Herston
OHC Auditorium

Did you know if you are planning to do Human Research you MUST have Ethics approval BEFORE collecting any data?

Presented by Shirin Jamarani, UQ Office of Research Ethics Training Coordinator and Chris Rose'Meyer, UQ Office of Research Ethics Governance Officer, this information session will cover a wide range of topics to help you navigate human research.