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Duration and Frequency
Facilitator and contact
The facilitator, Dr Kate Cregan, has coordinated the teaching of ethics within the Monash medical degree; is the Australian essayist for the Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics; has constructed an introductory module on Ethics and Research Integrity for all enrolling HDRs at RMIT University; and has coordinated the production of an online training module for members of Australian Human Research Ethics Committees. For further information and queries, contact her by email or Phone: 9905 8779.
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