Ethics: LA5 Week 5
Ends In View
By the end of this learning activity students will meet the following course learning objectives:
|4. Demonstrate ethical critical inquiry in relation to new knowledge and technologies that change, enhance or support nursing disciplinary members.||A. Complete the TCPS 2: CORE — Tutorial.
B. Recall the human rights issues that must be considered in a nursing research project.
C. Describe the philosophical basis for the implementation of ethically sound research.
D. Recognize the procedures that are used to protect human rights within the research process.
E. Respect participants’ capacity for self-determination.
F. Plan to protect the rights of vulnerable subjects.
G. Respect and uphold research ethical principles.
- Review the final ethics assignment rubric (click here).
- Complete the TCPS 2: CORE — Tutorial at https://tcps2core.ca/welcome.
- Use this document as your reference.
- Examine how human rights issues are protected in the literature specific to your topic.
- Reflect on how ethical principles should be protected in research studies.
Attend the live session or view the recording. During the live session we will:
- Discuss ethical issues in the context of research.
- Identify and address some of the challenges students are facing in the course.
- Critique student work to date.
- Answer student questions.
Progress to Praxis (Participation)
- Complete the TCPS 2: CORE — Tutorial and follow-up assignment of your choice. Revisit the final ethics assignment rubric (click here) for guidance. References should be made to this document.
Please reference this document as follows:
Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. (December 2014). Tri-Council policy statement: Ethical conduct for research involving humans. Retrieved from http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/pdf/eng/tcps2-2014/TCPS_2_FINAL_Web.pdf
The first time the resource is introduced, provide three authors in the citation: (Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, & Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2014, p. X). In subsequent citations, you can use et al.: (Canadian Institutes of Health Research et al., 2014, p. X).
- Begin preparation for your grade negotiation (does not need to be posted).