Grad Studies X Research Ethics Intensive - Part One

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The Grad Studies X Research Ethics Intensive is a program for First Year Master’s students doing research and creative projects involving people as participants. Students who are planning projects involving others are strongly encouraged to attend!


Feb 20, 2024, 1:00pm – Feb 23, 2024, 2:30pm

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On Campus

Room C3255 (snacks and handouts provided)

520 E 1st Ave, Vancouver, BC, V5T 0H2 See on Map

Online Attendance

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The 2024 Grad Studies X Research Ethics Intensive is a pilot program for First Year Master’s students. Part One (Feb 20-24) will provide students with the resources needed to prepare for research and creative thesis projects that involve people as participants.

Registration will provide students with the link to the online workshops, as well as invitations to the online course site. All of the resources will be available (asynchronously) on the course website (moodle) at the start of the workshops. Students are invited to join in-person (snacks and handouts provided) or online each day for a 20-minute presentation followed by a workshop and discussion based on a case study. Students are invited to bring questions and ideas for feedback based on their proposed thesis projects.

In-person - Room C3255 (snacks and handouts provided).

On-line - A zoom link to use for the entire series will be sent to all registrants.

Tuesday, February 20, 1-2:30pm - Introduction to “Research Ethics” and “Responsible Conduct of Research” with Dr. Alla Gadassik (Chair, Research Ethics Board) and Lois Klassen (Coordinator, Research Ethics)

Wednesday, February 21, 1-2:30pm – Research Relationships, Timelines, & Approaches to Engagement with Nadia Beyzaei (Researcher, Health Design Lab) and Lois Klassen

Thursday, February 22, 1-2:30pm – Introduction to Data Collection, Synthesis, and Storage With Hillary Webb (Systems and Technical Librarian, Emily Carr Library) and Lois Klassen

Friday, February 23, 1-2:30pm - Introduction to Knowledge Translation and Indigenous Research with Kajola Morewood (Manager, Aboriginal Gathering Place) and Nadia Beyzaei