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webinar: research ethics in Africa
Elizabeth
01:05:33
Sorry I can not contribute verbally coz I am still at work. But I would like to understand better about unethical research. Are they legal?
SILAS
01:09:12
Hi, Silas from HImiza Social Justice based in Tanzania
Isaiah Marikopo
01:23:02
good question orobosa !
Itumeleng Mothlabane
01:28:32
Hello everyone, if you have a question please type it here so that Mr Goerge can be able to respond at the end and if he doesn't finish all questions we can do part 2 of this session dedicated to the questions you have.
Sekatuka
01:32:05
Hello,thanks so much. Based on the categories of people with diminished autonomy,where do the "poor" fall because they are more attracted to participate in the research as long as they benefit from it.They may not have any option in that situation. Thanks
Melanie Idehen
01:32:18
For extra protection for vulnerable groups, what practical steps can we take to do this. for example, when working with adolescents .
Mberiuka Mauha
01:32:34
Are there instances where individual and community consent do not align i.e the individual consents but the larger community does not consent to the research. How do we approach such situations ?
Rachel
01:38:31
Sorry I have to leave. Thanks for the presentation!
Mberiuka Mauha
01:38:59
To add to the risks and benefits question. Are there instances where the risks may present DURING the research being conducted. How does one mitigate that?
Tabeth
01:39:49
say during the research some significant findings come up that are random, are these totally ignored or form part fo the findings?
SILAS
01:56:47
Thank you it was good