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Research Ethics and Research Integrity: Focus on conservation

This workshop with Dr Rhys Morgan from the Research Strategy Office, will explore University, national and international expectations and requirements for research ethics and integrity across the disciplines, particularly those within environmental and ecological fields.
When Mar 09, 2017
from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM
Where Room 2.49, David Attenborough Building
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The session will, through presentation, cases studies and discussion, explore a range of issues including the ethics of human participation in research, the challenges of working overseas, publishing ethics, undertaking research with integrity and what we can do address environmental research ethics challenges.

Participants with particular issues they wish to discuss are invited to email: rhys.morgan@admin.cam.ac.uk in advance of the session.

Please pre-register here.

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