Ethical Advisory Board in South East Sweden
If you are a student, a supervisor or a researcher, and you have questions about the ethical aspects of your essays or research work, you are welcome to contact the Ethical Advisory Board in South East Sweden. We do not provide any ethical approval because we do not conduct an ethical review, instead we provide an advisory opinion as support for your essay or project.
Below you will find information on how to apply, which forms to include and contact information for the members of the Ethical Advisory Board.
The Ethical Advisory Board receives applications during the semester periods and suspends its activities during the summer. We continuously reviews incoming applications and aims to provide feedback within 7 working days of the application being received.
You therefore do not need to submit your application a specific number of days before a meeting, but rather responses are continually forthcoming.
Before submitting a complete application to the Ethical Advisory Board, you must do the following:
- Begin by performing your own ethical assessment of your project. The self-assessment is included in the application form.
- If it is apparent from your self-assessment that your project should be reviewed by the Swedish Ethical Review Authority then you send an application for a ethical review to them.
- When the self-assessment is done, you can obtain an advisory ethical assessment of your project by completing and submitting the application form to the Ethical Advisory Board.
Submit the ethical self-assessment together with the application form and any attachments so that we can appraise your work.
We look forward to your application!
Applications are sent to:
Applications, feedback provided and the personal information given in the documents (e.g. names, contact details and programme, university/university college and/or workplace) are processed within the Board and archived in the Board’s records (as per GDPR).
The Ethical Advisory Board in South East Sweden consists of representatives from Linnaeus University, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Region Kalmar county, Region Blekinge and Region Kronoberg.
Ewa Andersson, Linnaeus University
Annika Olofsdotter Bergström, Blekinge Institute of Technology
Johanna Tell, Blekinge Institute of Technology
Andrzej Zielinski, Region Blekinge
Elzbieta Kaszuba, Region Blekinge
Goran Basic, Linnaeus University
Gilbert Ambrazaitis, Linnaeus University
Carin Benjaminson, Region Kalmar county
Johanna Boström, Region Kalmar county
Sofia Almerud Österberg, Region Kronoberg
Doctoral student representatives
Sandra Hedberg, Linnaeus University