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Seminar: Basic ins and outs about research ethics for convergence researchers

27 September @ 16:00 - 17:30

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We would like to invite you to participate in the seminar on research seminar given by Dr Krista Tromp, who’s currently an ethics-member of the research ethics board of the Erasmus MC. Please find the details below and register via this LINK by September 24. We will send you the link for the talk later. Basic ins and outs about research ethics for convergence researchers Insights from an ethics-member of the research ethics board of the Erasmus MC September 27 16:00 – 17:30 (Amsterdam Time)…
We would like to invite you to participate in the seminar on research seminar given by Dr Krista Tromp, who’s currently an ethics-member of the research ethics board of the Erasmus MC. Please find the details below and register via this LINK by September 24. We will send you the link for the talk later. Basic ins and outs about research ethics for convergence researchers Insights from an ethics-member of the research ethics board of the Erasmus MC September 27 16:00 - 17:30 (Amsterdam Time) Dr. Krista Tromp Dep. Medical Ethics, History and Philosophy of Medicine Erasmus MC Abstract Before a research proposal reaches potential participants, many ethical decisions related to the research have been made on which the potential research participants have no influence. Only then potential participants make a decision about participation. I call those decisions, ‘gates’ in the research enterprise. These decisions concern 1) protective measures in legislation; 2) research design; 3) medical-ethical review; 4) recruitment by the professional; and 5) informed consent by the potential research participant. In this talk I will give you some insights in the function of the gates. Based on practical examples, I will give you some tools and directions how to handle the decisions you might come across when dealing with these gates in your own research.

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Date:
27 September
Time:
16:00 - 17:30

We would like to invite you to participate in the seminar on research seminar given by Dr Krista Tromp, who’s currently an ethics-member of the research ethics board of the Erasmus MC. Please find the details below and register via this LINK by September 24. We will send you the link for the talk later.

Basic ins and outs about research ethics for convergence researchers

Insights from an ethics-member of the research ethics board of the Erasmus MC

September 27

16:00 – 17:30 (Amsterdam Time)

Dr. Krista Tromp

Dep. Medical Ethics, History and Philosophy of Medicine

Erasmus MC

Abstract
Before a research proposal reaches potential participants, many ethical decisions related to the research have been made on which the potential research participants have no influence. Only then potential participants make a decision about participation. I call those decisions, ‘gates’ in the research enterprise. These decisions concern 1) protective measures in legislation; 2) research design; 3) medical-ethical review; 4) recruitment by the professional; and 5) informed consent by the potential research participant.

In this talk I will give you some insights in the function of the gates. Based on practical examples, I will give you some tools and directions how to handle the decisions you might come across when dealing with these gates in your own research.

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