Sunday, 22 July 2007

Teaching Experience: 2006


2006:
Lecturing, University of Ulster:
Undergraduate:
Exploitation of Biotechnology: Introduction to Bioethics
Biomedical Science Professional Practice: Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics Optometric Research Methods: Research Ethics
Biotechnology: The argument from nature in biotechnology

Graduate:
(MSC)
Current Controversies in Biomedical Sciences: Introduction to Bioethics online lecture & support.
Current Controversies in Biomedical Sciences: Introduction to Bioethics face to face lecture.
Current Controversies in Biomedical Sciences: Scarcity and Justice in Health Care Lecture
(PHD) (Generic Skills Program)
Human Subjects Research Ethics: Applying for Ethics Approval within the University of Ulster
Human Subjects Research Ethics: Applying for Ethics Approval with the ORECNI.
Good Practices in Scientific Data Management, Access and Acquisition.
Good Practices in Publication.
Scientific/Academic Integrity

Staff:
Introduction to Research Ethics and Governance seminar. This was delivered three times to members of the University of Ulster Research Ethics Committee, and the members of the various Research Ethics Filter Committees.
Full day course on research ethics in education for School of Education staff members.
Full day course on research ethics for School of Biomedical Sciences staff members.

Supervision:

MRES, University of Ulster:
Brendan Bradley: Does focused, relevant information affect opinion on human embryonic stem cell policy?”
Completed, Honours with Distinction.
Leanne O'Connor: What are the barriers to inclusion of patients over 65 in clinical trials ?
Ongoing.
BSC (Hons), University of Ulster:
Lauren Elliot: The experiences of ethics committee members: Contradictions between individuals and committees.
Ongoing.

 
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