12 June, 2024 - 12 June, 2024

Following the publication of our Ethics in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research discussion paper, Lowitja Institute hosted a virtual Knowledge Translation roundtable, on 12 June 2024, in which Associate Professor Michelle Kennedy presented her key findings and recommendations, followed by a panel discussion with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research ethics leaders from across the country.

Associate Professor Kennedy, Abby-Rose Cox (Kija woman, Evaluation and Research Manager at Kimberley Aboriginal Health Research Alliance), and Dr Summer May Finlay (Yorta Yorta woman, Senior Lecturer at University of Wollongong and Co-Chair of the AH&MRC Human Research Ethics Committee) yarned about their experiences of developing and implementing ethical research guidelines and principles in their respective regions.

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