Bond University Research Ethics Manual
The Bond University Research Ethics Manual (BUREM) is a resource for our researchers, reviewers, stakeholders and administrators to assist in the application of core principles to the ethical challenges that can arise in research practice. The booklets of this manual offer a range of guidance from how to understand and apply general principles, to targeted advice about how specific issues may be resolved. The BUREM is intended to be used across the range of research disciplines, methodologies and design that fall within the scope of human research at Bond University.
The material provided in these booklets is under constant development, if you have comments or suggestions about anything you read, please contact the Research Ethics Manager. The BUREM is provided under licence and Bond University staff and students are asked not to send copies of any booklet to persons external to Bond University.
Access to these booklets has been restricted. If the links don’t work for you please contact the Research Ethics Manager with a list of the booklets you’d like to use. HDR students will find some live links on the iLearn HDR Community, Ethics and Integrity page.
- START HERE: Bond University Research Ethics Manual (BUREM) Introductory Booklet
- BUREM booklet list
- BUREM Index
Staff who want to adopt an evidence-based practice approach to teaching and learning can consult resources developed by Australian Human Research Consultancy Services (AHRECS) about the ethical design and conduct of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
South East Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee Training Days
Each year in October, Bond University hosts a free event for HREC members from across the region. The training days offer an opportunity to hear thought-provoking presentations from subject experts; allow delegates a chance to reflect upon important developments in the domains of ethics and integrity - and encourage discussion about how regulatory changes should impact ethics provision in our own institutions; and lastly, they provide a chance to meet members of other committees in South East Queensland.
Members of the research community at Bond University are very welcome to attend.