Additional resources

The below content is referenced throughout numerous Research Education Program seminar recordings and handouts. Each item can also be independently viewed as a useful tool or information source for researchers and students.

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The Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research, 2018 (the 2018 Code) establishes a framework for responsible research conduct that provides a foundation for high-quality research, credibility and community trust in the research endeavour. 

Read more here National Health and Medical Research Council (NMHRC).

Acceptable GCP training is TransCelerate accredited.

CAHS Department of Research recommends the following two free options:

GEKO is the database used to register information relating to all quality improvement activities within CAHS. CAHS HealthPoint (WA Health only) contains lots of useful information such as answers to frequently asked questions, PCH GEKO registration information and downloadable fact sheets for both investigators and committee members.  

For more about GEKO, contact the Administrators listed on the GEKO page or email geko-administrators@health.wa.gov.au.

The National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) (National Statement (2007), and as updated, consists of a series of guidelines made in accordance with the National Health and Medical Research Council Act 1992. 

This statement is referenced in our seminar, "Qualitative Research Method" with Dr Shirley McGough. Access the most recent recording of this seminar, here.

Publication Details

National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) - Updated 2018 (pdf.640kb).

Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia. 

Reference number
E72

ISBN 
1864962755

TEPHINET has created a free resource for those keen on learning "R".

Created by epidemiologists for epidemiologists, this open-source manual serves as a great introduction to R programming for field epidemiologists responding to public health emergencies. The handbook includes sample R code and tutorials addressing a wide range of data management and visualisation tasks with epidemiological examples, and is available in an offline version for use in settings with low internet connectivity.

TEPHINET has created a free resource for those keen on learning "R".

Created by epidemiologists for epidemiologists, this open-source manual serves as a great introduction to R programming for field epidemiologists responding to public health emergencies. The handbook includes sample R code and tutorials addressing a wide range of data management and visualisation tasks with epidemiological examples, and is available in an offline version for use in settings with low internet connectivity.

Last Updated: 23/11/2021