Ethics Approval and Resources
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For helpful content and additional resources please see the information below.
How to access the Human Ethics Management System
Through your travels while generating an ethics application, you will come across many ways to access the Human Ethics Management System. We have listed these access points below.
Human Ethics Management System Log In (direct link to log in page)
Wiki Human Research Ethics page
Note: To navigate to this wiki page from the general wiki dashboard (MQ login required) you will need to click on the Teams dropdown and click on Human Research Ethics Support.
Ethics - Resources page
Note: Click the New Applications dropdown to see the link to the System.
Important Dates for Submitting and Ethics Application
Please see this link for important dates around Ethics Applications at Macquarie University.
Information on PICF guidelines and examples of applications can be found on this page - click the dropdown titled Participant Information and Consent Forms (PICFs).
National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research
The National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) (National Statement (2007) consists of a series of guidelines made in accordance with the National Health and Medical Research Council Act 1992.
Submitting Amendments to an Ethics Application
Data Transfer form to Submit Amendment
Note: This form is for applications that were submitted or approved pre-17 July 2018.
Submitting Annual, Final and Unexpected Adverse Events Report
Please see this link for more information on how to submit reports using sub-forms (Item 8).
Please visit this link for answers to FAQ around ethics applications and processes at Macquarie University.
Information for Chief Investigators
Information for Project Owners
How to Add Students to the Human Ethics Management System
Research Involving Public Schools
SERAP - Risk and Assurance Checklist
Applications for approval to conduct research are made under the State Education Research Applications Process (SERAP).All applications are required to make a statement indemnifying the State of New South Wales by its Department of Education and Training against all losses, liabilities, damages, costs and expenses of any kind arising from any claim it incurs that relates to:
> Personal injury, death, or property loss or damage
> The Project
> Project Materials
>Negligent, unlawful or unwilful act or omission.
Consequently, it is the University's responsibility to ensure appropriate insurance coverage is obtained with the sign-off required from Risk and Assurance.
Please complete and follow the instructions in the form below so that Risk and Assurance can determine whether the University is appropriately covered by insurance: