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Just out & open access, my new paper “Self-Defeating Codes of Medical Ethics and How to Fix Them: Failures in COVID-19 Response and Beyond.” From @bioethics_net #medicalEthics #bioethics #MedTwitter #epitwitter #researchEthics… Image
Chuffed to have comments from @johnlantos @riekevdgraaf Wouter van Dijk, Sara J. M. Laurijssen, Ewoud Schuit, Diederick E. Grobbe & Martine C. de Vries, Carla Saenz,
@mmcdadden @wrwveit Rebecca Brown @briandavidearp Hugh Desmond, Jerry Menikoff, Sabine Salloch, Ryan Essex
Should be @MMccradden ☝️
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As promised, we will continue showcasing chapters from the Companion to Peace & Conflict Fieldwork. Today, I'll discuss the chapter by @FieldLarkspur & @mtsjohar - a convo btw an academic & a Rohingya refugee in India on #researchethics & #givingback.…
(1/5) The chapter makes a range of important points about what displaced communities expect of researchers if they give their time. As @mtsjohar states, refugees hope that by sharing their experience, their situation will gain attention and this eventually will make a difference.
(2/5) The chapter reminds us that there are ways to engage with displaced communities in a less extractive way & respect participants' dignity. Build in time for relationship & trust building in the beginning, make return visits, make space for their voices on other plattforms.
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1/4 Historically, private independent IRBs were founded and owned by individuals who had a plurality of goals. For some, like @VeritasIRB, profit was never the main driving objective.… #researchethics
2/4 While we must avoid the pitfall of assuming that all private equity (PE) firms are inherently bad, the governance of PE-owned IRBs must be examined carefully. In fact, governance must be a matter of scrutiny for any #IRB regardless of its corporate structure or ownership.
3/4 Many proposals were made over the years regarding the corporate structure, operations, accountability, and independence of IRBs by scholars, including @HollyLynchez, @TrudoLemmens, @charlesweijer, and @jgdownie.
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To what degree is the person of the researcher in the #research? In our latest #RECLAS #ethics rant @HannaEK6 @uniofjyvaskyla reflects on researcher positionality…
This closes our mini series on #ResearchEthics in #AppliedLinguistics by researchers from the #RECLAS center at @uniofjyvaskyla

In previous post, @HondtSigurd explored the implications of #GDPR for #ethnography and data collection in public spaces
In another #RECLAS #ethics rant, @tainasaarinen questioned whether #research funding decisions made on the basis of "societal impact" are ethical…
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Well, this is an astonishingly poor effort from @royalsociety; a #DataGovernance "explainer" that tips its hand by its examples (i.e. health data) but not once in 28 pages mentions significant bodies like @HRA_Latest, for #ResearchEthics approval, or #CAG!… Image
While there are a whole bunch of players in what is an increasingly crowded/confused/confusing landscape, to miss out two of the key *statutory* #governance bodies seems more than a little remiss 🤦🏻‍♂️
If you are interested, and want to dig a bit deeper into the (#regulatory, not just #governance) #landscape around #health #data in particular, I recommend @EleHrwch & @claumartinezv's map:…
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DEBATE: Should government #policy interventions evaluated in #stepped #wedge #trials be considered ‘research interventions’ and reviewed by the research ethics committee? An exchange in @ClinTrialsJ.
#researchethics #steppedwedge #REC
3/ “Our main point is that researchers should not have to obtain ethics committee approval for the intervention when they have had no part in its design and implementation but only want to evaluate it prospectively…”
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(THREAD) Research ethics based on love, decoloniality and post oppositionality. Why @mildredboveda and I wrote our article. Hope you’ll read & share. #AcademicTwitter #qualitativeresearch #critqual #educolor #highered #highereducation #ethics #researchethics #decolonizing
1/ We came together in this piece because our shared history of colonization was completely erased in what started dominating the Global North’s discussion on decoloniality. That other nations also have colonizing histories with different liberatory agendas were simply absent.
2/ Buying into this discourse, reviewers aligned with this myopic grand narrative of decoloniality, and often told us that what we are talking about is just a metaphor, or critical research, but not decolonial, with zero understanding or acknowledgement of our histories.
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Last morning at #FEBS2018 - important session on #ResearchMisconduct #ResearchIntegrity getting underway
Laszlo Festus summarising the Transparency and Openness Promotion initiative… #ResearchEthics #PublicationEthics @FEBSnews
Festus moves on to outline #ALLEA Integrity Code of Conduct (which I also mentioned in my session on Monday)… #Bioethics #FEBS2018
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