Research Ethics

To ensure the ethical and accurate conduct of research, all research projects conducted by our own staff, external researchers or students which involves the participation of clients, staff or volunteers of UnitingCare NSW.ACT and its agencies must be approved by the UnitingCare NSW.ACT Research Advisory Group.

The Research Advisory Group consists of 12 members. Six are external academic appointments who have research expertise in areas relevant to our work. There is a representative from the Uniting Church and staff representatives from each of the UnitingCare NSW.ACT agencies.

Enquiries about the Research Advisory Group and the ethics application process should be directed to:

Sally Cowling
Convenor, UnitingCare NSW.ACT Research Advisory Group
T: (02) 9407 3228
E: researchadvisory@burnside.org.au

 

The following web resources are available to researchers on this site: