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$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.

$25.00

This "Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Research Ethics Practice" Fireside Chat series session will focus on:

  1. Developing a mindset to address anti-Black racism: Intentional preparation
  2. Research Ethics Professional’s role
  3. Putting into practice the mindset to address anti-Black racism in ethics

$25.00

This "Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Research Ethics Practice" Fireside Chat series session will focus on: “The Research and the Researcher: Self-Decolonization - Perspectives from a Qualitative Researcher”

$25.00

This "Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Research Ethics Practice" Fireside Chat series session will provide research ethics practitioners, evaluators, and administrators with ethical approaches to using race, and specifically "Blackness" in research studies. The objectives of the session will be:

  1. Understanding the concept of race as a social versus proxy variable in research.
  2. Understanding the use of race in the development of the research question and methods of collection.
  3. Analyzing and interpreting race-based data that is considerate of historical and current systems of oppression within frameworks of anti-Black racism.

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$75.00

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.  

$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