Workshop Report: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Involved in Ethics

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Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, 2005 - Ethics - 34 pages
"The workshop provided a forum for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to describe their experiences and to share and discuss issues regarding ethics and Human Research Ethics Committees (HRECs) relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research. The workshop identified the importance of developing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ethics network to: engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; enhance current ethical research processes; and influence the Indigenous health research agenda. The network was also seen as a vehicle for building the capacity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people involved in human research ethics and to assist and encourage HRECs in Australia to develop formal protocols in assessing ethics applications for research about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people."--P. v.

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