RESEARCH ESSENTIALS: Developing Excellence in Research Design and Practice

 

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RESEARCH ESSENTIALS: Developing Excellence in Research Design and Practice

 

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GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE 
Innovative, collaborative, TransCelerate approved GCP training 

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GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE 
Innovative, collaborative, TransCelerate approved GCP training 

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A Shared Vision

PRAXIS Australia Ltd is a not-for-profit company that has been created as a result of the shared vision of three recognised authorities in research and research ethics: Bellberry Ltd, University of Sydney and Monash University (via its partner Global Reconciliation Ltd).

PRAXIS aims to facilitate and fosters the exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge, through education, training and other forums.

 

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Learning Opportunities

PRAXIS has a range of training courses and education resources for ethics committees, researchers and others involved in the planning, review and conduct of research.

PRAXIS offers online short courses, nationally recognised accredited qualifications and a variety of workshops - both scheduled and bespoke. Talk to us today about your individual or organisational training needs. Contact us to find out more. 

 

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Enrol Now

Our HREC Essentials course explores the issues encountered in the ethical review of human research within the framework of the National Statement. This is Australia's only VET accredited training for HRECs. You can enrol for yourself or on behalf of others quickly and simply using our online enrolment form.

PRAXIS can also assist institutions to provide training tailored to their needs. Contact us to find out more. 

 

INNOVATION THROUGH COLLABORATION

PRAXIS Australia is committed to promoting the exchange of ideas and information that support the conduct of ethically good human research. We encourage broad and inclusive collaboration with an aim of providing research ethics communities and the research sector more broadly, with quality, accessible and responsive services and information.