Research ethics for practice research (17/5/23 9.30–12)
Hosted by CePRA and the Faculty Research Ethics Committee
May 17th: 9.30 for coffee / workshop runs 10-12noon
Dance Studio, Stage@Leeds, chaired by Helen Graham & Scott McLaughlin
Are you currently exploring the ethics of your practice research? Are you considering a research ethics application?
There are two linked dimensions to ethical research. There is the way each of us articulate our own embedded ethics as a core part of our research practice and there is how this meets the University’s ethical governance.
The Faculty Research Ethics Committee has developed notes for both applicants and reviewers of practice-led, action-led and participatory research ethics applications which aims to support the bridge between ethical practice and ethical governance.
Join us to explore how to make the links between your ethical practice and ethical governance in your work and encounter a rich case study – offered by Ally Walsh (Performance and Cultural Industries) of ethics and practice research. [update, Ally's slides are here - Walsh PaR ethics presentation May2023.pdf]
We will create room for reflective conversation. You will have the opportunity to:
- Draw out the principles of your research: How do you conceptualise knowledge?
- Explore the ethical principles that guide your research
- Identify how you might communicate your practice for the ethical review process
The Faculty Research Ethics Committee ‘Notes for Applicants and Reviewers: Practice-led, action-led and participatory research’.