Navigating Practice Research Ethics: Exploring Key Waypoints Event as iCalendar

17 November 2017

10am - 1pm

Venue: Kohia Centre, Epsom Campus

Location: 78 Epsom Avenue - - Free parking Gate 2, 76 Epsom Ave

Host: Centre for Community Research and Evaluation

Cost: $40 per person. Additional participants from the same organisation are $20 per person. Morning tea will be served during the workshop.

Contact info: Kohia Centre

Contact email: kohia@auckland.ac.nz

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Dr Jay Marlowe
Dr Jay Marlowe

The Centre for Community Research and Evaluation proudly brings you the first of a series of workshops aimed at supporting practitioners wanting to do research in practice.

Navigating Practice Research Ethics: Exploring Key Waypoints will empower practice-based researchers to handle their data effectively with consideration of the ethical requirements for evidence-based research in the community services sector. Using 6 key waypoints, the workshop facilitator will guide participants through the process of ensuring research projects carried out in the sector follow ethically informed data collection, management and dissemination processes.

There will be plenty of opportunity in this workshop to relate the content to your current or proposed research projects and receive
assistance with structuring your project in light of ethical considerations.

The next workshop on ‘Theory of Change’ will cover the complementary topic of developing a programme logic for evaluation research and how this relates to your own context. The workshop will run in February 2018. Details will be provided closer to the time.

About Dr Jay Marlowe

Dr Jay Marlowe is an associate professor in the School of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work. Alongside his research and teaching at the University of Auckland, Jay has assisted agencies in the community services sector to build their own agency capacity to design, conduct and disseminate research.

Jay’s research predominantly focuses on refugee settlement and he has more than 60 publications. In 2017 he received a national award for tertiary teaching excellence.

About CCRE

The Centre for Community Research and Evaluation was established in 2017 and is hosted by the School of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work, in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland. Working in collaboration with the social services sector the Centre strives to increase research and evaluation capacity through targeted support and networking.

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