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Protecting Your Research Participants The ethics information covered in your text was from the viewpoint of a Principal investigator (i

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Protecting Your Research Participants

The ethics information covered in your text was from the viewpoint of a Principal investigator (i.e., the researcher responsible for the study). However, not everyone serves as a Principal investigator (PI); there are other roles individuals can play in research. One specific example is a large research projects where the PI hires individuals to help in the data collection, analysis, and reporting. There are various ethical scenarios that can arise during data collection, analysis, and reporting. The video above covers three different scenarios and what should be done when faced with one of these situations.

Now that you know the importance of protecting the rights and welfare of Human Research Participants and that it is mandatory for every member of a research team. To engage in this interactive exercise, go to The Research Clinic  (Links to an external site.)and click on “Play Full Video”. Watch the introductory video all the way to the end.

Once that video is over, you will be presented with four different characters from which you will select the clinical research coordinator, “Jan Klein, RN.” Feel free to play other parts, but for this short assignment, address the questions from the experience of this character.  Take a screenshot of the final page after completing the activity.

ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

After completing The Research Clinic activity:

  • Submit a screenshot of the final page before returning to the main menu.
  • Choose one of the critical decision points for the coordinator.
  • In one to two paragraphs, explain why the decision was critical to maintaining integrity based on Internal Review Board (IRB) protocol.
  • Explain the role of informed consent, data integrity/validity, participant rights, and participant welfare.  

This assignment is due Sunday of Week 2 by 11:59 PM EST.  You will be assessed using the M1.6 Ethics Simulation Activity.

This assignment is worth 5% of your final course grade.

References

RubricPreview the document Outcomes Module 1 Learning Pathway

 

 

Rubric

M1.6 Protect Your Research Participants Mar2020

M1.6 Protect Your Research Participants Mar2020

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScreenshot of Final Page in Activity

20.0 pts

Exemplary

Correct screenshot showing completion of the activity.

0.0 pts

Novice

No screenshot submitted.

20.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDescription and Details of Critical Decision Point

30.0 pts

Exemplary

Information about the chosen critical decision point is described in detail, including the decision made.

24.0 pts

Proficient

Information about the chosen critical decision point is generally described, including the decision made.

18.0 pts

Developing

A critical decision point is identified and briefly described, with important details vague or missing. Information on the decision made may be missing.

0.0 pts

Novice

A critical decision point is identified, but hardly described, if at all.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeExplanation of Why Decision was Critical

50.0 pts

Exemplary

The importance of the decision in maintaining the integrity of the study is thoroughly laid out and specific to the role of informed consent, data integrity/ validity, participants rights, and participant welfare. The explanation is supported with clear, thorough, and appropriate evidence that is relevant to the IRB protocol.

42.0 pts

Proficient

The importance of the decision is clearly laid out, and the role of informed consent, data integrity/ validity, participants rights, and participant welfare are generally discussed. The explanation is supported with appropriate evidence that is relevant to the IRB protocol, with some minor details missing.

30.0 pts

Developing

An explanation of the decision is provided, with vague references to the role of informed consent, data integrity/ validity, participants rights, or participant welfare. The explanation is vaguely supported with inaccurate claims, that may not be relevant to the IRB protocol.

0.0 pts

Novice

No explanation of the decision is provided, OR if it is, the decision is merely identified.

50.0 pts

Total Points: 100.0

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