This course is an introduction to a variety of ethics issues that are important to consider when conducting social and behavioural research with human participants. It covers the current version of the Tri-Council Policy Statement (TCPS) in greater detail than the tutorial offered by the Panel on Research Ethics, with more information that is specifically aimed at a social and behavioural research audience. Modules include: History and Ethical Principles, Assessing Risk in Social and Behavioural Sciences; Informed Consent; Privacy and Confidentiality; Research with Children; Research in Vulnerable Circumstances; Internet Research and Conflicts of Internet.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
This course is suitable for all persons involved in social and behavioural research with human participants, such as healthcare providers, academics, researchers, research personnel, REB members, administrators and research coordinators.
Independent Learners purchasing this item are
entitled to take this training. Once payment is processed, the learner
will have access to complete the course, for one year after beginning the first
module. Anyone who has not completed their course by the one year mark, will
have to continue once payment for the following year has been received.