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Research Ethics in Health and Health Care
Research Ethics in Health and Health Care
Date:
17 Sep 2020
Price:
R 4200.00
Research Ethics in Health and Health Care
Date:
17 Sep 2020
Price:
R 4200.00
Brief Description
The two-day workshop in Research Ethics in Health and Health Care provides you with a guided process in the exploration of theoretical frameworks for conducting ethically sound research in the medical and health sciences industry. The workshop specifically looks at aspects of the scope and need of research ethics, risks to people, animals and the environment versus benefits of research, legislative and regulatory provisions for ethical research, as well as the exportation and importation of research materials. Through case studies and integrated practice, you will also gain insights to scientific integrity, controversial research and misconduct, publication ethics and data management.
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing this course, you will able to: understand the ethical challenges of research contribute to the better management and governance of research execute research in ways that are ethically better, well-aligned with the Research Ethics Committee and legislation, and of more benefit and less risk, and review research submissions in a comprehensive, issue-aware, and constructive way as a manager and member of the Research Ethics Committee.
Course Content
Day 1
  • Session 1: The need for and scope of research ethics
  • Session 2: Scientific integrity in research ethics
  • Session 3: Aspects considered by a Research Ethics Committee
  • Session 4: Institutional permissions to do research
  • Session 5: Vulnerable research participants
  • Session 6: Risks to people, animals and the environment vs. benefits of research
  • Session 7: Ethics of research in human genetics / genomics
  • Session 8: Legislative and regulatory provisions for ethical research
  • Session 9: An ethical approach to controversial research and misconduct

Day 2

  • Session 10: Ethics of exportation and importation of research materials
  • Session 11: Ethics of contractual agreements in research
  • Session 12: Data management
  • Session 13: Publication ethics
  • Session 14: Contents of an informed consent document
  • Session 15: Obtaining informed consent and incapacity
  • Session 16: Parties to research and their interests
  • Session 17: Ethics of race as variable in research
  • Session 18: Secondary data research
  • Session 19: Research governance
  • Session 20: Roles of a researcher and research ethics
  • Session 21: Example of an ethically challenging study
  • Session 22: Assessment by an informal quiz
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a National Senior Certificate / Grade 12.
Course Number:
P003606
Catalogue and Category:
Health and Health Care
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are researcher, research manager and member of Research Ethics Committee.
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
Contact Days:
Total Notional Hours:
16