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$150.00

Webinar Objectives:

  • To assess the ethical implications of research aimed at addressing sensitive topics that threaten the safety of the researcher and demonstrate how to appropriately determine which of the existing regulations, rules and guidelines apply to risk management plans for sensitive research topics (e.g. illegal drug use, prostitution, research involving participants living in active war zones)
Duration: 1 hour. Date & Time: TBD

$150.00

Webinar Objectives:

  • To analyze and understand, complex ethical issues related to the use and access to newly emerging internet based study tools and interventions throughout a study’s life-cycle and apply ethical principles in the review and consideration of their use in research.
Duration:  1 hour. Date:  Friday, February 25, 2022 Time:  1:00 to 2:00 pm EST

$250.00

This module is designed to provide a historical overview of the events that brought research ethics to the forefront. An in depth examination at the ethics violations that have occurred and the resulting actions will be discussed.

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$250.00

CAREB’s Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) module explains the purpose, importance and benefits of CBPR in Canada. The module includes an outline of the implications CBPR may have for both research ethics boards and researchers and discusses alternative perspectives to ethical dilemmas in research. The module analyzes the application of CBPR in a real-life context via a case study and interoperates the links between CBPR and research ethics.  

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Webinar Objectives: To provide a detailed overview of the processes and activities required to develop and maintain appropriate REB standard operating procedures (SOPs) STATUS: content under development Duration: 1 hour. Date: Friday,  February 26, 2021 Time: 2:00pm EST

$150.00

Webinar Objectives:

  • To assess the ethical implications of research involving participants who are engaged in ‘illegal’/criminal activities including identified terrorist organizations, and to address the application of appropriate ethical principles for the review, approval and conduct of the research – including the protections required for the research participants who are defined as ‘vulnerable'.
Duration:  1 hour. Date & Time:  May 13, 2021 1:30 to 2:30 pm EST Registration deadline:  May 12, 2021

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$1,250.00

This webinar package includes each of the following Foundational Skills webinar topics and sessions:

$250.00

This module covers the fundamentals of research ethics including the western philosophical theoretical basis of their origins.

$500.00

This is a series of inter-related webinars. The introductory webinar is designed to cover common ethical issues Social Sciences and Humanities Research.

$125.00

Webinar Objectives: By the end of this webinar participants should be able to: Define the three fundamental ethical principles which need to be assessed during the review process. Assess the application for ethical issues associated with the principle of: “Respect for persons”. Ensure free and informed consent is obtained. Identify situations which may inhibit the [...]