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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 5495 Ethics

Instructions and Help about How Form 5495 Ethics

Hi, my name is James Ivana Tarkus. I'm the Dean of the Graduate Research School here at Western Sydney University. Welcome to our ethical research videos. In this second video, we talk about ethics - a group of researchers who advise you on the processes that they follow and some tips that I can give you. I think approval or the ethics process isn't just about ticking the (), it's really about thinking about how research is used in a way that can actually improve whether it be health or science or any type of outcomes. In the process of (completing) an ethics application, you actually start to think about how it is that we talk about certain things, how we engage with certain ideas and I think it actually develops a researcher as a kind of agent for whether it be social change or advancement or innovation and ethics then becomes a vehicle in that sense. That application process, which really asks you a lot of questions, where you start to be able to think about how do I understand these ideas, how do I want to get them across and that carries on in your research itself as well as in your writing and in other aspects where you begin to develop outside of this (-ticking) process, but this is a catalyst for it. So when you first think about ethics, there are a few things you should have in place. One is some background in the area. They don't want you researching something that's been researched a thousand times before, so you need to know that you're doing something unique and novel. You should probably put forward a protocol, which is the journey a participant would go on. So you would approach them in what way, you're...