ethical terms and conditions
posted Friday, July 18th, 2008 at 7:19 pm
The information collected on this blog, will help me identify and share issues and common themes that working mothers and fathers face. Although your stories may contribute to my research, please be assured your confidentiality will be protected at all times. Please post comments using a pseudonym (blogging name), or if you prefer you can remain anonymous.
In responding to this blog please be aware that some of your entries may be analysed for research purposes and may be included in publications including my University Queensland PhD thesis. You are free to withdraw from this blog research at any time, without penalty. The blog and postings will run for 6 months but it may go longer if interest is sustained. This blog is kept as safe as possible, and any comments that contain inflammatory language will be deleted. I urge everyone who submits comments to this site to respect the views posted even if they differ from your own. If you do wish to post a comment, please tick the accept box. If you have any questions or comments about the blog you may contact me, project staff or an ethics officer as listed below.
This study has been cleared in accordance with the ethical review guidelines and processes of The University of Queensland. These guidelines are endorsed by the University’s principal human ethics committee, the Human Experimentation Ethical Review Committee, and registered with the Australian Health Ethics Committee as complying with the National Statement. You are free to discuss your participation in this study with project staff (Judy Rose, PhD candidate j dot rose@uq dot edu dot au, Dr Jayne Keogh, contactable via email address: j dot keogh@uq dot edu dot au). If you would like to speak to an officer of the University not involved in the study, you may contact the School Ethics Officer on 3365 6502.”