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Davies, Hugh – Research Ethics, 2022
Consent is one necessary foundation for ethical research and it's one of the research ethics committee's major roles to ensure that the consent process meets acceptable standards. Although on Oxford 'A' REC (an NHS Research Ethics Committee based in the UK) we've been impressed by the thought and work put into this aspect of research ethics, we've…
Descriptors: Ethics, Informed Consent, Research, Foreign Countries
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Chua, Shi Min – Research Ethics, 2022
Internet users' comments in online spaces have attracted researchers' attention in recent years. Although this data is typically publicly available, its use requires careful consideration so as to not cause harm to the users, while complying with the terms and conditions (Ts & Cs) of the online spaces. However, the Ts & Cs and researchers'…
Descriptors: Ethics, Researchers, Internet, Computer Mediated Communication
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Bamdad, Sara; Finaughty, Devin A.; Johns, Sarah E. – Research Ethics, 2022
Are social science, cross-border research projects, where recruitment and data collection are carried out remotely (e.g. through social media and online platforms), required to follow similar ethical and data-sharing procedures as 'on-the-ground' studies that use traditional means of recruitment and participant engagement? This article reflects on…
Descriptors: Ethics, Social Science Research, Social Media, Recruitment
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Maduka-Okafor, Ferdinand Chinedum; Okoye, Onochie Ike; Oguego, Ngozi; Udeh, Nnenma; Aghaji, Ada; Okoye, Obiekwe; Ezegwui, Ifeoma R.; Nwobi, Emmanuel Amaechi; Ezugwu, Euzebus; Onwasigwe, Ernest; Umeh, Rich E.; Aneji, Chiamaka – Research Ethics, 2022
School-based research presents ethical challenges, especially with respect to informed consent. The manner in which pupils and their parents respond to an invitation to participate in research is likely to depend on several factors, including the level of trust between them and the researchers. This paper describes our recruitment and consent…
Descriptors: Recruitment, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students, Children
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Zion, Deborah; Matthews, Richard – Research Ethics, 2022
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia, have historically experienced research as another means of colonialization and oppression. Although there are existing frameworks, guidelines and policies in place that respond to this history, the risk of exploitation and oppression arising from research still raises challenging ethical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethics, Research, Justice
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Meyer, Laurel E.; Porter, Lauren; Reilly, Meghan E.; Johnson, Caroline; Safir, Salman; Greenfield, Shelly F.; Silverman, Benjamin C.; Hudson, James I.; Javaras, Kristin N. – Research Ethics, 2022
Automated, wearable cameras can benefit health-related research by capturing accurate and objective information about individuals' daily experiences. However, wearable cameras present unique privacy- and confidentiality-related risks due to the possibility of the images capturing identifying or sensitive information from participants and third…
Descriptors: Health Behavior, Privacy, Confidentiality, Research Methodology
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Hoffman, August John – Research Ethics, 2022
The purpose of the traditional peer review process (TPR) is to provide a more constructive and scientifically rigorous critical review of scholarly research that builds scientific rigor and validity within diverse academic disciplines. Peer review has received criticism as the demand for publications in a variety of competitive journals has…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Communication (Thought Transfer), Scholarship, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Bradfield, Owen M. – Research Ethics, 2022
In today's online data-driven world, people constantly shed data and deposit digital footprints. When individuals access health services, governments and health providers collect and store large volumes of health information about people that can later be retrieved, linked and analysed for research purposes. This can lead to new discoveries in…
Descriptors: Data, Health, Ethics, Informed Consent
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Bélisle-Pipon, Jean-Christophe; Couture, Vincent; Roy, Marie-Christine – Research Ethics, 2022
Engaging citizens and patients in research has become a truism in many fields of health research. It is now seen as a laudable--if not compulsory--activity in research for yielding more impactful and meaningful citizen/patient outcomes and steering research in the right direction. Although this research approach is increasingly common and…
Descriptors: Patients, Participation, Research, Ethics
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Kislovskiy, Yasaswi; Chappell, Catherine; Flaherty, Emily; Hamm, Megan E.; de Abril Cameron, Flor; Krans, Elizabeth; Chang, Judy C. – Research Ethics, 2022
Limited research has been done among pregnant people participating in investigational drug trials. To enhance the ethical understanding of pregnant people's perspectives on research participation, we sought to describe motives and risk perceptions of participants in a phase 1 trial of ledipasvir/sofosbuvir (LDV/SOF) treatment for chronic Hepatitis…
Descriptors: Communicable Diseases, Pregnancy, Drug Therapy, Participation
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Dalton-Brown, Sally – Research Ethics, 2022
Learning about research ethics and research integrity is greatly facilitated by case studies, which illuminate, ground and personalise abstract questions. This paper argues that fiction can provide similar learning experiences, incarnating ethical dilemmas through a medium that is highly accessible yet sophisticated in its depictions of how…
Descriptors: Ethics, Research, Fiction, Animals
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Mehregan, Mina – Research Ethics, 2022
Citation is an essential practice in scientific publishing. However, it is mandatory that citing the sources in a scientific work is performed in a proper manner. Manipulating citations in research articles is one form of academic research misconduct that violates publication ethics. Citation manipulation simply occurs for the purpose of…
Descriptors: Periodicals, Citations (References), Deception, Journal Articles
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Mason, Shannon; Singh, Lenandlar – Research Ethics, 2022
Twitter is an increasingly common source of rich, personalized qualitative data, as millions of people daily share their thoughts on myriad topics. However, questions remain unclear concerning if and how to quote publicly available social media data ethically. In this study, focusing on 136 education manuscripts quoting 2667 Tweets, we look to…
Descriptors: Social Media, Ethics, Educational Research, Journal Articles
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Yamanaka, Mayumi; Suzuki, Mika; Sato, Keiko – Research Ethics, 2021
Very few attempts have been made to survey patient opinions, particularly regarding the use of residual biospecimens and health information in research, to clarify their values. We conducted a questionnaire survey that targeted outpatients of a university hospital to gauge their awareness levels and understand patient perspectives on research that…
Descriptors: Patients, Researchers, Medical Research, Information Utilization
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Rost, Michael; Nast, Rebecca; Elger, Bernice S.; Shaw, David – Research Ethics, 2021
This paper addresses psychological factors that might interfere with informed consent on the part of stable patients as potential early-phase clinical trial participants. Thirty-six semistructured interviews with patients who had either diabetes or gout were conducted. We investigated stable patients' attitudes towards participating in a…
Descriptors: Patients, Medical Research, Informed Consent, Psychological Patterns
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