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Health and Medical Human Research Ethics Committee:

  • Category E, a lawyer i.e. a person who is not engaged to advise the institution

The Committees are constituted to ensure that all research is carried out in an ethical manner and in accordance with the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research 2007 (updated May 2015).

The appointment will be for a two year appointment by mutual agreement with attendance to monthly meetings.  Further information regarding research ethics at the University of Tasmania is available from http://www.utas.edu.au/research-admin/research-integrity-and-ethics-unit-rieu/human-ethics/human-research-ethics-review-process/membership-of-a-human-research-ethics-committee

Interested applicants are encourage to contact Heather Vail 6226 5520 or  or Lauren Di Palma on 03 6226 6254 or Human.ethics@utas.edu.au