Based on the importance of human ethics standards and regulations, this module is developed to provide researchers and the community with information about recognized principles of research ethics. This module helps towards developing ethical discretion and reflection, clarifying ethical dilemmas, and promoting good scientific practice. It is also intended to prevent scientific misconduct and it can be used as a tool in assessing individual cases, planning research projects, or reporting, publishing findings and results.


This module is suitable to all researchers who doing research involving human. It help researchers to understand correct protocols on how to use human as research subject.

Instructor Biography

Nurul Ain Hidayah binti Abas has been working as an Associate Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Sultan Idris Education University. In 2015, she earned her Doctoral degree in Work and Organisational Psychology from Phillips University of Marburg, Germany, and in 2010, she received her Master of Applied Psychology (Industrial and Organisational) from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, United States of America. Dr. Nurul’s primary focus lies in enhancing employee performance, refining the selection and appraisal processes, and implementing effective talent management strategies, all with the ultimate goal of promoting optimal mental health in the workplace. She now holds the position of Chief Editor for the Journal of Research, Policy & Practice of Teachers & Teacher Education (JRPPTTE), while also serving as the Deputy Chair for both the Sexual Harassment Core Committee and the Human Research Ethics Committee. Over the course of her career, she has secured various international, local, and agency grants, as well as a considerable number of publications.


Rosmilah binti Misnan is currently an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Science and Mathematics, Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia. She obtained her Doctoral degree in Biomedical Sciences from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 2006. Her publications, research interests and expertise are focused on allergy, proteomics, molecular biology and medical biotechnology. She now holds the position of Director of Research Management and Innovation Centre (RMIC) and has served on the Human Research Ethics Committee of UPSI.


Nurul Hasyimah Mat Rani has been working as an Senior Lecturer in the Department of Guidance and Counseling at Sultan Idris Education University. In 2018, she earned her Doctoral of Philosophy (Guidance and Counseling) from University of Putra Malaysia (UPM), and in 2010, she received her Master of Social Science (Counseling Psychology) from National University of Malaysia (UKM). Dr. Nurul Hasyimah focus on ethics and legislation in counselling and promoting professional identity among counsellors. She now holds the position as a Deputy Director in Curriculum Centre UPSI. Currently she is focusing on studies related to counselling ethics, wellness support based on counselling to parents of children with cancer. She also active in consultation for counselling programme with indigenous children in Perak area. Besides that, she also involved in volunteerism activity as volunteer counsellor and advisor for Kelab Penyayang UPSI. Over the course of her career, she is also involved in numerous grants at the internal UPSI and national level.


Goh Swee Choo received her doctorate from the University of Adelaide, Australia, and is currently an Associate Professor at the Taylor's University, Malaysia. Her publications, research interests and expertise are focused on developing and improving both preservice and beginning teachers’ pedagogical knowledge, skills and practice. Her abiding interest in the areas of teacher education has enabled her to secure various international and national grants to undertake and apply educational research for the improvement and enhancement of teacher preparation.

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