IRB Topical Workshop: The IRB and Qualitative Research
WhenTuesday, October 19
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
This session will help researchers using qualitative methods to design participant centered research and communicate their qualitative research endeavors to the IRB.
- Discussion of the Risks and Benefits and ethical considerations for participants due to the use of phenomenology, grounded theory, case study, ethnography, autoethnography, and narrative inquiry.
- Discussion of research design, risks and benefits and ethical considerations for participants regarding modes of data collection such as interviews, focus groups, observations, photovoice, and open ended surveys,
- Discussion of primary and third-party participant risks and ethical concerns that must be considered when designing the research.
- Discussion of considerations and required information for audio/video recording
- Discussion of Informed Consent, Minor Assent, and Parental Permission in qualitative research
- Discussion around issues such as mandatory reporting obligations, member-checking, researcher/participant relationship management that must be considered when designing the research.
- Basic overview of qualitative data management and security issues
There are no required prerequisites but completion of IRB Basics Part I is recommended.
If assistive technology, live captioning, or other accommodations would improve your experience at this event, please contact us. We encourage you to contact us early about this to allow sufficient time to meet your access needs.
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- Jennie Ofstein