Obtaining NHS Research Ethics Approval | 17 May

Obtaining NHS Research Ethics Approval
You are invited to attend the final College of Social Science Research Seminar for this academic year, which will take place on Wednesday 17th May 2017, between 12pm and 2pm in the Senior Common Room on the 2nd Floor of Bridge House.

  • This session has been coordinated by Prof Martin Tovee, School of Psychology Director of Research
  • The presenters will impart expert advice and useful tips on obtaining NHS approval for research studies
  • Lunch will be provided, so feel free to just turn up – there will be a vegetarian option available, but if you have any further special dietary requirements, please let us know at cossres@lincoln.ac.uk

Immortalising Your Research: Ethics, Sharing & Data workshop

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Do you have research data sitting on the shelf in folders or multiple external hard drives? Don’t let your work sit there unnoticed! Several journals and funding bodies now require researchers to share their data when they publish and a number of different platforms have recently been developed to facilitate the data sharing and distribution process. Each researcher now produces a variety of different outputs from their work, including quantitative datasets, images, videos, software, hardware and biological libraries. How should you organise, store and manage your data? How can you create a clear, scalable, logical system for managing your data and files

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Researcher Development: Plagiarism and Academic Misconduct

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This three hour course is designed to help you understand what is meant by plagiarism and academic misconduct, why it is taken so seriously, how it is possible to inadvertently commit misconduct, and how to avoid falling into the trap of inadvertently behaving unethically. This course is mandatory for all newly enrolled postgraduate research students.

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