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Research Ethics 2: Research with Humans in the Health and Social Sciences (Online Resource)
Domain: C1 Professional conduct

TACE: T - Transition

Format: Online
Suitable for: Early/Middle

This course follows on from 'Research Ethics 1’, but concentrates on the ethics of involving human participants directly, or indirectly, in research projects. The aims of the course are to help you to:
* define a human participant
* define informed consent
* identify the main considerations when involving human participants directly or indirectly in research
* provide case studies to help you understand the issues involved
* provide links to additional information and resources

This online course will take about two hours to complete, but may be done in several visits

Research Ethics 1: Good Research Practice (Online Resource) is also available

More information on this subject may be available on the range of online learning resources available such as Linkedin Learning

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