Undertaking Research Ethically
All research undertaken by allied healthcare staff and post-graduate students must be considered for ethical submission. Gaining ethical approval may feel like a huge challenge, but it is necessary in the development, performance, analysis and dissemination of that research. While most research is conducted to high ethical standards, the expanding range and complexity of social science research, together with an increase in populations being researched, means there is a need for a more explicit understanding of what constitutes good practice for anyone starting out in research.
This one day Undertaking Research Ethically course is for those who are doing Masters’ or doctoral work. The day will provide you with opportunity to focus on an aspect of your own research and will guide you through the ethical process.
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Discussing ethics and levels of ethical approval needed. Determining the value and validity of ethical approval and ethics’ relation to your methods
Gaining informed consent; recruiting participants ethically, and exploring data protection issues
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- Discussing what ethics is
- Examining what level of ethical approval you might need
- Determining value and validity of ethical approval
- Exploring how you will ensure you gain informed consent from anyone involved in the study
- Exploring how you are going to address any Data Protection issues
- Exploring how you are going to address Participant Recruitment
- Considering a Participant Consent form
Who should attend?
The post-graduate community or allied healthcare professionals working in the NHS, private practice; clinical or community