Are you new or relatively new to research? Are you interested in attending a workshop that will allow you to improve your understanding and confidence in the application of ethical considerations to your research activity? Then take advantage of the following opportunity!
Dr Helen Kara will be delivering a one-day workshop on Monday 17th June, 09:30 – 16:30 on Talbot Campus, entitled Ethical Thinking and Decision-making in Practice.
The aims & objectives of this sessions are to:
- To increase their awareness of the need for ethics compliance in research and, by the end of the workshop, be aware of their responsibilities and when to seek further assistance
- To develop their skills in the following key areas, within the context of ethical research:
a. Planning and design
b. Gathering data and data analysis
c. Reporting, including presentation and dissemination
d. Consideration of ethical dilemmas, based on real-world examples and participants’ experience
If you want to book onto this workshop and take advantage of this great opportunity, then please see the following page for instructions.
If you are a PGR, please email Organisation Development to book your place.
After the success of last year’s conference, we warmly invite you to the Second Annual FMC Postgraduate Researcher Conference 2018 on the 5th December 2018. This all day conference is open to all Postgraduate Researchers from the Faculty of Media and Communication, so whether this is your very first conference, or you are a seasoned presenter, we want to hear from you.
This year’s conference aims to be more diverse and dynamic than ever before, so whatever your research, there’s never been a better opportunity to share your work with us in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
We are accepting 15-minute presentations, 30-minute workshops, or if you are a first year postgraduate researcher, a shorter 3-minute introduction to your research topic. The deadline for applications is the 2nd November 2018, now less than two weeks away; so don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to share your research with us.
Please email your presentation or workshop title enclosed with a 250-word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than the 2nd November 2018.
Can’t make the 5th December? Don’t miss out.
We appreciate that this may be a busy time for researchers across the faculty, so for the first time we will also be accepting the digital submission of papers. We welcome researchers to submit video uploads of papers, or to present remotely. If you would like more information about digital submission, or delivering a paper remotely please do get in contact with a member of the organizing team.
With a fantastic line-up of papers, workshops, and events don’t miss out on your chance to add your voice to this faculty-wide showcase. We look forward to receiving your submissions very soon.
on behalf of the
The conference team
Alexandra P. Alberda
Graphic Medicine and Curatorial Practice
Copyright Law and Cultural Heritage
The Doctoral College is conducting research into postgraduate researcher communities and we would love to hear our PGRs views.
Thank you to everyone who has completed the questionnaire so far.
The questionnaire is open for just under two more weeks and should only take 10-15 minutes to complete (no log-in required).
>>>>> Click here to access the questionnaire <<<<<<
Drinks voucher available for all that complete the questionnaire.
If you have any questions please contact Natalie (email@example.com) or Clare (firstname.lastname@example.org).