The following questions are designed to enable you to show that you have understood the essential ethical features of the value and principle of respect that is used in the National Statement.
Feedback is provided on your answers. Where this indicates that you have not selected the optimal answer, you will be directed to review this Part and answer the question a second time.
Select which of the following you regard as the best answer.
Respect requires fully recognising the capacity of people to make their own decisions
This is not the best answer.
Respect requires fully recognising the autonomy of people and protecting those who lack autonomy
Respect requires recognising the innate humanity of people and abiding by all of the key values of human research ethics
This is the best answer.
The voluntary and fully decision to participate.
A decision that is voluntary and based on sufficient information about, and an adequate understanding of, the research and participation in it.
A voluntary decision that is free of coercion and is comprehensively informed about the research.
Any reimbursement or payment to participants is ethically unacceptable.
Payments that are disproportionate to the contribution of participants are ethically unacceptable.
Payments that are more than reimbursement and are disproportionate and are likely to encourage participants to take risks are ethically unacceptable.
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