Ethics in Research Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Ethics in Research Introduction In the process of conducting research several ethical considerations must be factored in during the study process. These principles act as guidance and protect the research subjects from dangers that might arise as a result of them taking part in the investigation. These set of beliefs and moral principles are what we refer to as ethics. Consequently people can make better and informed choices. The nature of the decisions as well as the roles played by individuals mainly determines the ethical responsibilities of persons. This paper will not apply because even the research subjects did not know what was involved in the research they were undertaking. Conclusion All details of the research or experiment should be known by the participants taking part in a study. Also special care should be given to vulnerable groups involved in the analysis. They include young children and ill patients. References Bhutta Z. A. (2002). Ethics in international health research: a perspective from the developing world. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 80(2) 114-120. Sales B. D. & Folkman S. E. (2000). Ethics in research with human participants. American Psychological Association. 215. [...]
Read the scenario attached below. List and define each of the ethical principles discussed in the video in the template below and discuss how each was or was not violated during this research project. Provide specific examples of how the ethical principles applied in this case scenario. Please cite any references used in your discussion per the ( NLM guidelines ) for citations.