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Review Process – Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught

Research ethics applications for undergraduate and postgraduate (Taught) are initially reviewed and approved by the named supervisor (minimal risk applications) or approved by Faculty Ethics Programme Teams (above minimal risk applications).  If a Supervisor receives an ‘above minimal risk‘ application to review, they should forward onto the Ethics Programme Team for review and approval. If a decision cannot be made by the Programme Team, applications should be forwarded to the Research Ethics Panel via the Research Governance Adviser (Ethics Filter)    

  • Guidance for Students on how to create and complete an online ethics checklist can be found here.
  • Guidance for Supervisors on how to use Cohort for the review and approval of ug/pgt student checklists (low risk) can be found here.
  • Guidance for Ethics Programme Teams on how to use Cohort for the review and approval of ug/pgt students checklists (high risk) can be found here.