PhD Up – Risk and Mitigation: A Human Research Ethics Workshop

Research involving human participants presents some level of risk to participants, to us as researchers and/or to the general public.

A key element of ethical research practice involves identifying and managing the risks our research may pose to ourselves and others. Failing to get this right can result in anything from unnecessary inconvenience to participants, reputational damage, litigation or, in some cases, serious injury. 

Learning outcomes

In this webinar, we will explore risk in human research and how we need to respond to it. It will help you:  

  • Understand how risk is understood within the human research context
  • Understand the relationship between risk and benefit 
  • Identify, minimise and manage risks in your own research.

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