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TCPS 2: CORE-2022.    Question1:True or false Question 2: (select all that apply)

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according to TCPS 2, the amount of financial compensation or an incentive that is offered to participants must be directly proportional to the level of risk imposed on them by the research. 

Which of the following statements is/are true

a. Some individuals are fundamentally vulnerable, and therefore, they should be excluded from most research projects.

b.In general, research involving participants who are pregnant should be avoided because of the risks it may present. 

 

c. In general, research involving participants living in low- or middle-income countries should be avoided because the power relationship between the researchers and the participants may impede voluntary consent. 

 

d.Individuals of advanced old age sometimes should be excluded from research when the burden of participating in research is greater than the potential benefits to them. 

 

e. Some communities are fundamentally vulnerable, and therefore, they should be excluded from most research projects.

 

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TCPS 2: CORE-2022 Panel on Research Ethics www.pre.ethics.gc.ca Knowledge Consolidation Exercise Question 3 / 25 What are the three core ethical principles of TCPS 2? O Respect for persons, concern for welfare, justice O Proportionality, respect for autonomy, equity ORespect for persons, respect for welfare, respect for concerns 2? O Communication, consent, transparency O Proportionality, consent, equity Previous Question Save Answer Home page Dashboard FAQs Glossary Help/Contact Us Acknowledgements Terms and Conditions Institutional Access Account Details Close Session Government Gouvernement of Canada du Canada Canada

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Question 4: 

What are the three core ethical principles of TCPS 2? 

a. Respect for persons, respect for welfare, respect for concernS 2? 

b.  Proportionality, respect for autonomy, equity 

c. Proportionality, consent, equity 

d. Respect for persons, concern for welfare, justice Communication, consent, transparency

 

Question 5:

 

Participant consent may be obtained in ways other than in writing. 

False or  True

 

question 6: 

As the main policy document for research ethics in Canada, TCPS 2 supersedes provincial and territorial legislation.

 True or False

 

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Question 7/ 25 What is the central value underlying TCPS 2? _ Evidence-based science _ Respect for human dignity Promotion of research Responsible conduct of research _ Ethical accountability ——

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question 8: 

Researchers are the ones who should be deciding on whether a material incidental finding must be communicated (or not) to the participant. 

True or  False

 

question 9: 

Research involving only minimal risk does not need to be reviewed by the full REB. The review may be delegated to one or more members of the REB. 

False or True

 

question 10: 

Which of the following activities constitute(s) research involving human participants (select all that apply)

a. Performance review of a human resource department. 

b. Research involving human bones found in an archeological site. 

c. Research involving the secondary use of human cell lines. 

d.Interviews of experts in genetics by a journalist. 

e.Market survey involving potential consumers.

 

question 11: What is the TCPS 2 approach to the ethics review of research projects?

a. Transparency 

b.Proportionality 

c.Thoroughness 

d.Efficiency 

e. Communication

 

question 12: Which of the following statements is/are true (select all that apply)

a. A debriefing session to inform participants that they have been involved in a research project must follow all research involving their deception. 

b. In general, researchers should favor research projects that involve participants who are capable of making decisions for themselves and safeguard their interests. 

c. More than minimal risk research involving the deception of participants may be ethically acceptable in some circumstances and under specific conditions. 

d. When a third party has authorized participation, but the participant regains decision-making capacity, the researcher must seek the participant's consent.

 

question 13: 

Program evaluation activities do not constitute research for the purposes of TCPS 2 

False or  True

 

Question 14 Which of the following statements is/are true (select all that apply)? 

a. There are circumstances that permit a departure from the requirement to document the consent process. 

b. In the great majority of cases, consent should be obtained prior to a participant's involvement in the research.

c.  According to TCPS 2, consent should be voluntary, informed, and ongoing. 

d.In research involving minors, the parents always have the final word about their participation. 

e. There are circumstances that permit a departure from the general principles of consent.

 

question 15: Which of the following statements is/are true (select all that apply)

a.Research involving human participants is generally not recommended in the medical emergency setting. 

b.For research involving individuals who temporarily lack the capacity to decide for themselves whether to participate, a member of the research team can act as an authorized third party. 

c. Research involving medical emergencies does not require the consent of the patient because the potential benefits to others in similar situations outweigh the risks to the participant.

d.  Publicly declared emergencies may raise new or additional risks to participants requiring a reconsideration of the protocol by the REB.

 

question 16: According to TCPS 2, what is minimal risk research (select the most appropriate definition)? 

a. Research that adopts a methodological approach that is known to be the least risky available. 

b. Research that involves a risk level that most prospective participants are likely to accept. 

c. Research that can be conducted without any risk for participants. 

d.Research in which the possible harms are no greater than those encountered by participants in their everyday life. 

e. Research that does not involve any invasive interventions.

 

question 17 Which of the following statements is/are true (select all that apply)

a. For research involving the secondary use of non-identifiable information, researchers shall seek REB review, but are not required to seek participant consent. 

b. REB review is not always required for research involving secondary use of anonymous information. 

c. Researchers who have not obtained consent from participants for secondary use of identifiable human biological materials must always re-contact participants and seek their consent. 

d. For research involving the secondary use of non-identifiable information, researchers are not required to seek REB review. 

e. For research involving the secondary use of non-identifiable information, researchers shall seek participant consent, but are not required to seek REB review.

 

question 18: Researchers shall report to the REB any unanticipated issues or events that may increase the level of risk to participants. False orTrue

 

question 19 Research does not require REB review when it relies exclusively on (select all that apply): 

a. Data that is unlikely to reveal ethically sensitive information about participants.

b. Information that is in the public domain and for which individuals have no reasonable expectation of privacy. 

c. Secondary use of anonymous information, so long as it does not generate identifiable information. 

d. Human cells or human tissues that have been collected a long time ago

 e. Information that is publicly available through a mechanism set out by legislation or regulation. 

 

question 20 Research ethics boards are composed of (select all that apply)

a. At least one community member who has no affiliation with the institution. 

b. At least one lawyer whose role is to safeguard the institution's legal interests. 

c. At least one member who is knowledgeable in ethics.

d.  At least two members who have expertise in relevant research disciplines. 

e. At least one senior administrator who works for the institution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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