Did you catch the blood moon and the first lunar eclipse of the year? We hope so, but now it’s time to turn your gaze from the sky to the screen and catch up on what’s been going on in the field of research ethics!
Research Ethics Roundup: NIH returns to India, crowd-funding HIV research, and more!Tags:
As winter soldiers on and you recover from the post-Olympic slump, spend some time catching up with what has been happening in the research ethics world:
NIH [...] Read more
Understanding the Greased and Malleable Nature of Online and Social Media ResearchTags:
On March 12, 2013, PRIM&R hosted a webinar titled Online Research, Social Media, and the IRB: Assessing Ethics, Norms, and Risks. The presenters, Elizabeth Buchanan, PhD, and Joseph Konstan, PhD, answered many questions from the attendees during the lively question and answer period following this program. After the conclusion of the webinar, we asked Elizabeth and Joe to consider the remaining questions, and I’m pleased to share their answers with you today.
AS: Can you clarify what a crowdsourced dataset is, and provide examples, if possible?
EB & JK: Crowdsourcing is defined as "the practice [...] Read more