Publications and Conference Presentations
Investigating Human Research Ethics in Practice (2008) [pdf, 567KB]
This report details the findings from our completed ARC Discovery project investigating how health researchers and members of Human Research Ethics Committees (HRECS) understand research ethics, and how they make decisions about what constitutes ethical conduct in health research.
Guillemin, M., Gillam, L., Rosenthal, D., & Bolitho A. (2010). Resources employed by Health Researchers to Ensure Ethical Research Practice. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 5(2), 21-34.
Gillam, L., Guillemin, M., Bolitho, A., & Rosenthal, D. (2009). Human Research Ethics in Practice: Deliberative Strategies, Processes, and Perceptions. Monash Bioethics Review, 28(1), 7.1-7.17.
Gillam, L., Guillemin, M., & Rosenthal, D. (2006). 'Obstructive and Power Hungry'?: The Australian Human Research Ethics Process. Monash Bioethics Review, 25(2), 30-38.
Selected Conference Presentations
- Nov 2011 - Trust & Research: more than just a motherhood statement, The Australian Sociology Association Conference (TASA), Newcastle.
- Nov 2010 - The role of the HREC administrator, Australasian Ethics Network Conference, Melbourne.
- Nov 2007 - The ethical habitus of health researchers: human research ethics in practice, The Australian Sociology Association Conference (TASA), Auckland.
- Nov 2007 - Decision-making in research ethics, Australian Bioethics Association Conference, Melbourne.
- Oct 2007 - Cultures, roles and perceptions of HRECs and ethical decision-making, National Ethics Conference, Melbourne.
- Sept 2007 - Examining human research ethics, principles and practice, Victorian Cancer Council, Melbourne.