Workshop: Designing an Effective Participant Information Sheet for Research Participants.

Presented by Natalie Giles, Research Ethics Officer

For those wanting to join in to the workshop below via Collaborate, there is a new link to use. See information below.

Wednesday 21st February 2018 10.00am – 11.00pm (AWST)

This workshop will help researchers understand what information is required to be in a Participant Information Sheet (PIS) according to the National Statement on the Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007, updated May 2015) and how to write a good one. Good and bad examples of PISs will be looked at and many tips and hints shared, on what our HREC look for in a good PIS.

Aimed at both experienced and inexperienced researchers.

Venue: Institute for Health Research ND46/302, 33 Phillimore St, Fremantle

For those unable to make it in person, you can listen in via Collaborate at this link: Research Ethics Collaborate

(Please note: the link won’t be active until 30min prior to the session and it is recommended that you use either Google Chrome or Firefox as your browser.)

For further information, and RSVP, please contact Natalie Giles at