Project aim: To develop an ethics application repository containing model applications for emerging researchers. This project was funded by a three year Marsden Grant awarded to Associate Professor Martin Tolich.
Project status: Completed
Outcome: An open access, online repository of ethics application forms and consent statements was successfully developed. Originally TEAR (The Ethics Application Repository) this is now called TREAD (The Research Ethics Application Database)
Researcher comments: "I want to invite you [RSL and Manager] to the launch of (ethics approved) TEAR next Friday at 3pm followed by a party to launch the site. Thank you both for your support getting this up and running" (Associate Professor Martin Tolich, Sociology).