Human Research Ethics Committee
Our Human Research Ethics Committee is responsible for considering applications for ethical review, monitoring the conduct of approved protocols and advising the University on related policies and guidelines.
Student and staff participants
If you intend on inviting Griffith staff or students to participate in your research, ensure review the Surveying of Griffith Students and Staff Policy (PDF 55K) and submit an Application to Conduct a Survey form if required. To call for staff and student participants, you can submit a request for your project to be included in the monthly e-newsletter from the Vice President (Corporate Services), which lists current Griffith research projects calling for volunteers.
- National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research
- Guidelines under Section 95 of the Privacy Act 1988
- Guidelines Approved under Section 95A of the Privacy Act 1988
- World Medical Association, Declaration of Helsinki (2008) - Medical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects
- Access to data from the Commonwealth Electoral Roll for the purposes of research
- The National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans
- Human Research Ethics Handbook - Commentary on the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans