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The NIHR CLAHRC Oxford are hosting an ethics application workshop aimed at qualitative researchers.

The workshop is being run by Dr Helen Barnby-Porritt, Research Support Associate and Dr Karen Melham, Senior Clinical Research Support Manager at CTRG.


The workshop will cover the considerations that you will need to take in developing and submitting ethics applications in qualitative research, particularly if undertaken in a clinical setting. There will also be opportunity for you to address points relating to your specific projects.


The workshop will take place at New Radcliffe House, full address below and lunch will be provided.


Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences (meeting room 2)

New Radcliffe House (2nd floor)

Walton Street




We have a limited number of places for this workshop. If you would like to attend, please register your attendance by emailing Carla Betts with a couple of sentences about the research that you are intending to undertake so that this can be passed on to the workshop leads.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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