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VOLUNTEER HUMAN RESEARCH ETHICS COMMITTEE MEMBER

Posted : Tuesday, 21st November 2017 - 2:04 pm

Organisation : The University of Melbourne

Location : Australia

Time required : Minimum 11 meetings per year

Duration of project : -

Contact Name : See above

About the Role

The University of Melbourne is seeking several volunteer lay people, both women and men, to supplement its Human Research Ethics Committees.

Volunteer applicants should have an interest in and commitment to human research. As a member of a University of Melbourne Human Research Ethics Committee, you will promote ethical human research to protect the welfare of research participants and to foster research that benefits the community.

You will have no affiliation with The University of Melbourne and will not currently engage in medical, scientific, legal or academic work. You will be required to attend monthly meetings at The University of Melbourne Parkville campus throughout the year. Several hours preparation is required prior to each meeting to read and review ethics applications. Meetings are collegial and their function is to bring together all members’ views on the ethical implications of human research.

Interested candidates should apply through the University of Melbourne website using the link below.

Close date: 5 Dec 2017

If you have any questions please contact:
Tony Callahan
Senior Research Ethics Officer
Research Ethics and Integrity
+61 3 8344 2067
t.callahan@unimelb.edu.au

For more information and to apply, please visit: http://jobs.unimelb.edu.au/caw/en/job/892266/volunteer-human-research-ethics-committee-member

About the Organisation

Organisation Name : The University of Melbourne
Not for Profit : Yes

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For details concerning this role , please contact

See above


Please quote in application: VOLUNTEER HUMAN RESEARCH ETHICS COMMITTEE MEMBER via Pro Bono Australia.


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