Workshop in Ethical approval in health engineering research

Workshop in Ethical approval in health engineering research

När: 23/05/2022 , 13:00 - 15:00
Plats: Chalmers - Scaniasalen, Chalmers kårhus
Adress: Chalmersplatsen 1, Göteborg


Are you planning research that involves humans, human tissue or sensitive personal data? Or do you want to learn more about when and how to apply for ethical approval for research related to health engineering?

Then come and join us for a workshop jointly arranged by Chalmers (Health Engineering Area of Advance), Sahlgrenska Academy, Sahlgrenska University Hospital and MedTech West, in close collaboration with the Faculty of Science at University of Gothenburg and Region Västra Götaland.

The workshop is tailored to the needs of Chalmers researchers but representatives from the other organisations are very welcome to attend.

Note: The seminar will be held in Swedish.

REGISTRATION: Workshop: Ethical approval in health engineering research, 23 May 13:00-15:00

Last day to register is Monday 9 May. Number of participants is limited.

Want to invite a colleague to participate? Please forward the link of this page.

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PROGRAM

  • Björn Rydevik, Chairman of the Council for Research Ethics at Sahlgrenska Academy, will inform about laws and regulations related to ethical approval for health-related research.
  • Christina Bergh, senior professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and chief physician in reproductive medicine, will share many years of experience in reviewing ethics applications and clinical studies as a former head of the HTA centrer (Health Technology Assessment) in the Västra Götaland region.
  • Gothia Forum will present in what ways they can assist in the application procedure and in planning your studies or trials.

Questions and networking opportunity
We plan for an interactive event, so there will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions to all speakers, raise subjects for discussion and to network with researchers from other organisations.