May 16, 2012

Ethics Committee Approval – by Salma

For those of you that are familiar with conducting research with human participants, you are probably familiar with the research ethics committees based at the University. Almost everyone I know in the academic sphere seems to have a word or two to say about ethics committees. But I'm not here to rant; I'm here to share my utter relief at gaining an approval after a three week wait, and I think this calls for a mini-online celeberation with a slice of 0-calorie-cake:

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As you've probbaly figured by now, no, I'm sorry, it wont pop out of your screen and land on your desk ... ;)

Back to the topic (cakes are distracting), have you had experience of undergoing ethical approval for your study? How was the experience for you?


- 2 comments by 2 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. Congratulations for your research ethics approval…Well-done!

    18 May 2012, 20:34

  2. Salma Patel

    Thank you Ceren! :-)

    23 May 2012, 21:43


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