The Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools continues its series at noon April 10 in the Nebraska Union Georgian Suite with a discussion on “Real People, Real Data: Ethical Considerations in Research.”
Conducting research with human participants unveils a host of opportunities and challenges. Ensuring privacy, security and other protections is a complicated endeavor. Novel advances in digital data collection, web-based storage and telecommunication systems add even more dimensions for consideration.
This conversation will feature open discussion on ethical and procedural issues, allowing researchers to collect advice about IRB protocol, policies and best practices.
For more information, go to http://cyfs.unl.edu/conversation/index.