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CUREC has approved best practice guidance documents for use by researchers. The use of best practice guidance is not mandatory – researchers should decide whether available guidance is relevant to their research. Some guidance documents are more suited to applications made to specific CUREC subcommittees, as indicated in the table below.
For guidance on oral and/or written consent processes, please see our Informed consent page.
Researcher safety, including interviewing in non-public places and considerations when employing local/casual staff for research projects/fieldwork
This combines, updates and supersedes previous best practice guidance documents 1 (Casual and local workers) and 10 (Home visits)
Guidance for applicants whose research may potentially fall within the scope of the 'Prevent’ duty.
Please also see the University guidance on research involving security sensitive research material: Guidance on research involving security-sensitive research material