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

Instructions and Help about Who Form 5495 Ethics

Hi, everyone! I just thought I would explain a little bit more about what happens with your proposals and your requests for ethical approval for your projects because it's a little bit more complicated than you might have imagined. So, I thought it would be helpful for you to know. You should know that you are completing a proposal which is also doubling as your first request for ethical approval for your project because all research needs ethical approval, including yours. However, the process is slightly different depending on what kind of project you're doing. If you are doing research without any human participants or what people often call a desk-based study, then you fill in the short version of the request for ethical approval. In addition to that, you need to add a two-page discussion of your design and methodology. This will provide more detail and ensure that everyone is submitting roughly the same amount of work for their proposal. Once we receive the proposals, we will allocate you a supervisor who will give you some feedback on your request for ethical approval. Now, if you have a project without human participants, then your supervisor can approve that request. However, they will most likely ask you to make some amendments and send it back to them before giving it their final approval. This is because most people rarely get the ethical approval right the first time. You will probably receive some feedback, be asked to make some amendments, and then submit it again to your supervisor directly. This time, you should submit it to them, not through Turnitin. Hopefully, this will result in you getting ethical approval for your project. If your project involves human participants, the procedures are slightly different. You must submit your proposal/request for ethical approval in the same...