PhD Up – Privacy and Confidentiality: A Human Research Ethics Workshop

Understand your obligation to respect participants and their confidentiality in your research.

When we collect personal information from research participants, we have a legal obligation to protect their privacy. As researchers, we also have a moral obligation to respect participants by designing research that appropriately maintains confidentiality. This webinar will explore these obligations and the practical steps we need to take to fulfill them.

Learning outcomes

  • Understand regulatory frameworks concerning privacy
  • Understand the practical measures necessary to protect the privacy of research participants
  • Understand the ethical importance of confidentiality
  • Identify and manage limitations to confidentiality

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