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Friday afternoon’s funny – Peril ahead?0

Posted by Admin in on February 14, 2020
 

Cartoon by Don Mayne www.researchcartoons.com

Do you feel your project is coasting along well, perhaps recruitment/data collection is progressing faster than anticipated?  Scrutinise what’s coming up with regard to human research ethics and research integrity, because an awful peril may be thundering toward you.

Friday afternoon’s funny – The specifics of recruitment0

Posted by Admin in on February 7, 2020
 

Cartoon by Don Mayne www.researchcartoons.com
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When considering the ethical dimensions of the recruitment strategy for a project (e.g. As per Element 2 of Chapter 3.1 of the National Statement).  Specific details matter.  Is the text formatting, text and location of the recruitment text appropriate for the potential participants?  Whatever text accompanies the recruitment material.  Is appropriate attention given to the experimental nature of the agent that is being trialled and the project design?

Friday afternoon’s funny – Simple language0

Posted by Admin in on January 31, 2020
 

Cartoon by Don Mayne www.researchcartoons.com
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Too often it can seem as though researchers and potential participants are speaking different languages.  This can be especially true when researchers are trying to avoid loaded words like payment, inducement, referral and covert.  But when it comes to recruitment and consent, the painful effort is important.  This is another area where consumers/the community as co-researchers can be invaluable.

Friday afternoon’s funny – Consent… b o r i n g0

Posted by Admin in on January 24, 2020
 

Cartoon by Don Mayne www.researchcartoons.com
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Consent has become one of the areas of human research ethics where the conceit/ritual/rules have supplanted actually conducting research ethically.

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