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Internal and collaborative research

To conduct research at Pathology Queensland, either internally or collaboratively, you must follow these steps:

  • apply to conduct research
  • obtain ethics approval
  • obtain research governance approval to conduct research.

Reporting obligations

In addition to your reporting obligations to the ethics and research governance offices, you are required to inform the Research Office about any publications or presentations resulting from the research.

Author affiliation

Author affiliation is to be reported appropriately. Where an author’s primary or secondary affiliation is with a Pathology Queensland department, authors must cite their affiliation with Pathology Queensland, the relevant department and the specific site/laboratory where research is being conducted, for example Pathology Queensland, Microbiology, Townsville OR Pathology Queensland, Chemical Pathology, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.

Applying to conduct research

How to apply to conduct research either internally or collaboratively with Pathology Queensland.

Applying for ethics approval

How to submit an ethics application to a Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) to ensure your research is ethically appropriate.

Applying for ethics governance approval

How to apply for research governance approval as part of your research project.

Last updated: 23 April 2021