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PRESENTATIONS FOR COURSE 15-17 APR 2014


Tuesday 15th April 2014. All sessions are in MOAC DTC Lecture Room. PRESENTATION Click on ICON/s
1 10:00 - Welcome, Introductions Professor Alison Rodger, BSc (Hons), PhD (Sydney), MA (Oxon), FRSC, FRACI. Professor of Biophysical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry.Director of the MOAC Doctoral Training Centre and Director of Warwick Centre for Analytical Science NONE
2 10:15 - Introduction to Research Ethics Dr Peter Hedges, Head of the University Research Office, University of Cambridge.peter.hedges@admin.cam.ac.uk  (Powerpoint Presentation)
3 11:15 - Break MOAC LOUNGE  
4 11:30 - Forum Discussion: Potential Challenges & Issues. Dr Peter Hedges.  
5 12:30 –-Lunch (ploughman’s etc) MOAC LOUNGE  
6 13:30 – Directed Study  
7 14:00 - Frameworks and Processes for Ethical Oversight Mrs Jane Prewett, Deputy Director Research Support Services and Head of Research Governance. j.e.prewett@warwick.ac.uk   (Powerpoint Presentation)
8 14.30 - Ethics in Practice: HSSREC Mrs Jane Prewett   (Powerpoint Presentation)
9 15:15 - Break MOAC LOUNGE  
10 15:30 - Ethics in Practice: BSREC Dr Graham Hewitt, Research Ethics & Governance Manager. G.J.Hewitt@warwick.ac.uk  (Powerpoint Presentation)
11 16:30 -Selection of Open Forum Case Studies Dr Peter Hedges.  
12 17:00 - Close MOAC LOUNGE  

Wednesday 16th April
 
1 10:00 - Introducing the UKRIO (UK Research Integrity Office) Checklist. Dr Peter Hedges, Head of the University Research OfficeUniversity of Cambridge.peter.hedges@admin.cam.ac.uk UKRIO CHECKLIST(PDF Document)
2 10:30 - Publication Ethics C O P E Publication Ethics (LINK)
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3 11:15 - Break MOAC LOUNGE  
4 11:30 –Ethics in Practice: “Contracts”  Dr Navdeep Bains, Research Development Manager – Medicine n.k.bains@warwick.ac.uk  (Powerpoint Presentation)
5 12:15 - Tutored Study; checklist in practice Forum Discussion Dr Peter Hedges.  
6 13:00 - Lunch MOAC LOUNGE  
7 14:00 - Tutored Study and Open forum Group Briefings. Dr Peter Hedges.  
8 15:00 – Ethics in Practice: Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body (AWERB), formally Biological Research Ethics Committee  Mrs Jane Prewett, Deputy Director Research Support Services and Head of Research Governance. j.e.prewett@warwick.ac.uk    (Powerpoint Presentation)
9 16:00 - Drinks and Nibbles MOAC LOUNGE  
   
Thursday 17th April  
1 10:00 - Welcome, Introductions Dr Peter Hedges, Head of the University Research OfficeUniversity of Cambridge.peter.hedges@admin.cam.ac.uk  
2 10:15 - Forum Discussion – Case Study One Dr Peter Hedges.  
3 11:15 -Ethics in Practice:Clinical Trials Claire Daffern, Quality Assurance Manager, Clinical Trials Unit, Warwick Medical School.C.Daffern@warwick.ac.uk  (Powerpoint Presentation)
4 12:30 – Lunch MOAC LOUNGE  
5 13:15 - Ethics in Practice:Good Research Conduct and the role of UKRIO (UK Research Integrity Office)  Mr James Parry, Chief Executive of the UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO*).enquiries.ukrio@gmail.com  Presentation UKRIO(Powerpoint Presentation)Case studies (Word Document)
6 14:15 - Forum Discussion – Case Study Two Dr Peter Hedges.  
7 15:15 - Break MOAC LOUNGE  
8 15:45 - Round Up Discussion – Learning Outcomes Dr Peter Hedges.  
9 16:15 - Close   * The UK Research Integrity Office is an independent advisory body which offers confidential and expert guidance to members of the public, researchers and research organisations about the conduct of research, covering all subject areas. UK Research Integrity Office, Sussex Innovation Centre, University of Sussex, Science Park Square, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9SB  
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