"Trust me, I'm a researcher"... Understanding research from your participants' perspective
Monday, 8 September 2014 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (AEST)
San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
“Trust me, I’m a researcher…”
Understanding research from your participants’ perspective.
Have you ever wondered why participants say yes to taking part in research?
What is research like from a participant’s point of view?
Why do ethics committees worry about participants?
How much do your participants trust you?
This symposium is open to researchers who are working with human participants. It will be particularly helpful for graduate researchers and early career researchers, but is open to all interested researchers and ethics committee members, including those working with Indigenous communities. Based on findings from the ARC research project “Trust me, I’m a researcher…”, this symposium will cover what you need to know about the research relationship between researchers and human participants. Hear perspectives from a panel of speakers, researchers, participants and ethics committee members.
From project planning through to successful completion, the symposium will provide tips on:
- Navigating the research relationship
- Busting common myths about participants and research participation
- Providing feedback to participants
When & Where
Centre for Health Equity |Melbourne School of Population and Global Health|
The University of Melbourne
ph: 9035 7724