Research Ethics

Faculty of Nursing - Graduate Office

Dates

May 8 - June 14, 2017

Location

University of Alberta North Campus
Class taught synchronously via eClass

Course Description

Research Ethics

INT D 670 SEM A01 & 800

Prerequisites: consent of instructor is required.

In this course, the ethical issues that arise in research involving human participants will be examined and discussed. Concepts such as risk, vulnerability, consent, and misconduct will be explored across a broad range of research methods. Of interest will be the politics of knowledge, truth, and evidence, the oversight of research, and the education of the ethical researcher. Students will gain practical skills in designing ethical research protocols in their area of professional expertise. Specific topics brought to the class by students will also be given consideration.

Instructor

Dr. Diane Kunyk

For More Information

Dr. Diane Kunyk
Nursing Graduate Studies
E: diane.kunyk@ualberta.ca

Faculty of Nursing - Graduate Office website »