Deadlines and Help
Make sure you submit to the correct review body (as determined in levels of ethical review).
(research that is greater than low risk and/or involves vulnerable population groups and/or significantly sensitive issues).
|SUHREC submission deadline dates 2020||SUHREC meeting dates 2020|
|Friday 04 September||Friday 18 September|
|Friday 02 October||Friday 16 October|
|Friday 06 November||Friday 20 November|
|Friday 27 November||Friday 11 December|
(research that is negligible or low risk and does not involve vulnerable population groups and/or sensitive issues).
Please note that SHESC Meetings are generally scheduled within 9 working days of the deadlines. Each submission deadline corresponds to the subsequent meeting date.
SHESC deadlines and meeting dates for 2020
|SHESC submission deadline dates 2020||SHESC meeting dates 2020|
|Monday 17 August||Friday 28 August|
|Monday 24 August||Friday 04 September|
|Monday 31 August||Friday 11 September|
|Monday 14 September||Friday 25 September|
|Monday 28 September||Friday 09 October|
|Monday 12 October||Friday 23 October|
|Monday 26 October||Friday 06 November|
|Monday 02 November||Friday 13 November|
|Monday 16 November||Friday 27 November|
|Monday 07 December||Friday 18 December|
Human research ethics drop-in sessions
Are you preparing a human research ethics application? Or do you have questions regarding ethics clearances you currently have? Swinburne Research Ethics, Integrity and Biosafety is launching ethics drop-in sessions for research staff and students to:
- discuss ethics requirements for your research
- get help preparing ethics applications
- discuss the committee’s feedback on ethics applications that have already been reviewed
- get help submitting modification requests or annual reports
- raise any other queries you have about human research ethics.
- Ethics drop-in sessions are postponed until further notice. Dates for drop-in sessions will be available as soon as possible.
To make an appointment email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are welcome to just ‘drop in’ but preference will be given to those who have made a booking. If this time/day doesn’t suit you, please contact us to arrange an alternative time.
Sessions are held in the Office of Research Ethics, Integrity and Biosafety, SPS building, level 1.
Note: there is a limit of three appointments per iteration so please book ahead.
Please contact the Research Ethics Office.