Lectures and seminars PUF-V seminar: Research Ethics in Practice
Research in health care science involves responsibility. That responsibility has professional but it also social, ethical and legal implications. This Research Ethics in Practice seminar aims to help doctoral students to develop their ability to identify and address social, ethical and legal issues that arise from their own ongoing research practice.
The seminar allows students to practice their own critical skills, analysing in a dialogical and deliberative manner social, ethical and legal issues that emerge from their projects.
Aim of the activity:
The purpose of the seminar is to enable a forum to discuss and reason about social, ethical and legal implications and issues that emerge from one's own research, with special focus on ethical challenges that emerge in health care science-related topics, methods, and fields. The seminar will equip you with the knowledge needed to perform research in Sweden while observing ethical and legal demands.
The general learning outcomes are:
- Demonstrate disciplinary rectitude as well as the ability to make assessments of research ethics of its own project.
- Demonstrate specialised insight into the possibilities and limitations of research, its role in society and the responsibility of the individual for how it is used.
- Describe current guidelines for (co-)authorship in scientific publications and reflect on how these guidelines are implemented in the researcher ́s own research field.
Workshop leader: Dr Manuel Guerrero
Time: 20th November 2020; from 9:00 to 12:00
Location: online. A Zoom invitation will be sent to registered participants.
Registration: Please register here by 15th November 2020 at the latest.
Seats are limited, don’t wait to enrol!