Ethics and community-engaged research
This PowerPoint presentation outlines ethical concepts and considerations for conducting community-engaged research. The author first introduces the topic by providing characteristics of community-engaged research, the definition of a “community”, and how communities are typically represented. The PowerPoint is then presented in four sections: ethical principles of research, protecting individuals and considering community-level concerns, ethical principles and the partnership process, and ethical issues of power and control.
McDonald, M.A. (2009). Ethics and community-engaged research. Duke Center for Community Research, Duke University School of Medicine. 1-43. Full Text.
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