Research Ethics is a world-wide set of principles governing the way any research involving interaction between the researcher and other humans or human tissue or data relating to humans, is designed, managed and conducted. Those same principles apply to you the researcher, whether you are an untrained undergraduate or an internationally recognised scholar in your field.
In order to support the University with regard to Research Ethics, we aim to:
'provide a timely and efficient service that ensures transparent, professional and proportionate ethical review of research, with consistent outcomes. This is supported by clear, accessible guidance and training for applicants and committees.'
Read the University of Manchester's Policy on the Ethical Involvement on Human Participants in Research.
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For more information on Research Ethics, click on the link below for the appropriate sub-section:
- What is Research Ethics?
- Does Your Research Require Ethical Approval?
- Types of Ethical Approval
- Guidance on Applying for UREC Review
- Guidance on Applying for Proportionate UREC Review
- Guidance on Applying for Divisional/School Review
- Research with children conducted in schools, nurseries or other organisations
- NEW Online System for Ethical Review (ERM)
- Guidance on Applying for HRA Approval (formally NHS REC)
- Guidance on Applying for HRA Approval (formally NHS R&D)
- Advice for Professional Support Staff
- Helpful Ethics Information
- Preparing an Ethics Application
- UREC Meeting Timetable
- Amendments to Ethics Applications