Lecture%2013-%20Ethics%2c%20continued

Lecture%2013-%20Ethics%2c%20continued - *identify who you...

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I. The Belmont Report, reviewed *3 basic principles should underlie  all research on humans:  *Respect for persons (autonomy) *Beneficence *Justice II. Participant (Not Subject) Rights *A. Key Questions:  *Do potential participants have enough  information to make a judgment about 
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participating?  *Do they feel pressured by payments,  gifts, or authority figures?  *Are they competent to give consent?  *Do they believe they have the right to  stop participating at any stage in the  process?  B. Informed Consent *Elements of consent:  *The participant must be competent *The researcher must disclose all  relevant information to the potential  participant *The participant must comprehend the  information *The participant must voluntarily agree 
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(without coercion) to participate in  the study *The participant may withdraw their  agreement at any time without  penalty C. The Consent Form
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Unformatted text preview: *identify who you are *identify what you are doing *identify the purpose of the research *identify how long the study will take *offer the opportunity to withdraw from the study at any time *identify the potential benefits or risks *guarantee that results will be kept in strictest confidence *identify that participant can revoke consent *identify how you can be reached if a problem later arises Project Consent Form D. Protection of Privacy and Confidentiality vs. Anonymity *Privacy *Confidentiality *Anonymity III. After Consent *A. Maintenance of privacy a. Anonymity vs. confidentiality *B. Protection from risk or harm (minimal risk) C. Debriefing *Describe the purpose of the study *Inform participants why the procedures were necessary *Provide additional resources, when necessary...
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