TAG ARCHIVES FOR Blog Squad

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Apr2019

I am a researcher working in an inner-city neighborhood serving a disadvantaged population. As such, I found the session “Navigating uncertainty: Research with Undocumented Immigrants” at the 2018 Advancing Ethical Research Conference quite relevant to my practice. This presentation helped me to understand the vulnerability of undocumented individuals involved in research. A person's documentation status may be a risk factor for health disparities; however, undocumented individuals should not be automatically excluded from research. Read more

19
Apr2019

Past disregard for human rights in studies such as the Tuskegee experiment, has left some individuals (rightly so) with an inherit distrust of the clinical research process. Over time, increased regulatory oversight of the clinical research environment was put into effect to protect those who participate in research, particularly those who might be more vulnerable. But sometimes the regulations don’t keep up with developments in the modern research enterprise. Read more

12
Apr2019

Despite their significant importance in society and communities, there is a scarcity of research on the undocumented immigrant population. In addition, only a handful of studies address the social and emotional concerns of undocumented immigrants and students. At AER18, panelists Gene Gloeckner, PhD; Elizabeth Jach, MA; and Colleen Kohashi, MA, CIP, presented ways to ethically and sensitively conduct research with undocumented immigrants. Read more

1
Apr2019

Meet Noé Tirado-Muñiz DMV, DVM, MS, CPIA, who'll be covering the 2019 IACUC Conference (IACUC19) as a member of the Blog Squad. Members of PRIM&R's Conference Blog Squad provide an insider's view of the conferences by sharing their experience before, during, and after the meeting. Read more