The Research Services' Ethics and Integrity team offers face-to-face training sessions on how to apply for ethical review. Separate sessions are provided for departments in the Medical Sciences, and departments/faculties in the Social Sciences and Humanities (interested staff and students from the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences are also welcome to attend either).
Any upcoming sessions are listed at the bottom of this page.
If you would like to organise a training session within your department or faculty about research ethics and the University’s requirements for the ethical review of research involving human participants and personal data, please contact the Research Ethics and Integrity team.
Video recorded ethics training session for the Social Sciences and Humanities, Michaelmas term 2019
The most recent 'Introduction to Research Ethics (Social Sciences and Humanities)' training session was video recorded in October 2019 and is available to view for anyone with a University Single-Sign On account. Users need to sign in via their SSO, and then click on ‘Recorded Lectures’ on the left side bar to view the video.