Tools and links
Human Subjects Research
The key goal of Human Research Ethics is to protect Human Research Subjects who participate in research. The underlying principles of the approach are enshrined in international agreements such as the 1964 Helsinki Declaration, in which nations around the world agree to oversee medical research using humans and apply the Nuremberg Principles to all such research. In line with European guidance on research ethics, we apply these principles also to non-medical human research conducted at our university.
You can find out more about the history of human research ethics in this web lecture.
- Helsinki Declaration (basic document for human research)
- Human Subject Research (Wikipedia)
- This article written by HREC members - gives background information about the work and importance of HREC
- This is a link (in Dutch) to an interview with the chair of HREC (Sabine Roeser) in Delta, the newspaper of the TU Delft.
- ERC grants and ethics
- Data stewards TU Delft
- HREC and Research Integrity TU Delft: (ppt)
- Risk-planning tool: Managing Risk in Human Research
- Human Research Ethics toolkit