The following questions are designed to enable you to show that you have understood how ethical aspects of respect typically arise in human research projects.
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.
The written information that is to be provided to participants.
This is necessary but by itself not sufficient - other information is needed
What the consent process will involve.
This is also necessary but by itself not sufficient - other information is needed
How participants' consent will be informed and given and what participants who consent will experience.
This is the best answer - it is essential to know that the information for consent is an accurate description of what participants will experience.
the intended benefits and likely risks of the research.
This is not the best answer.
how the benefits and risks of the research are described to participants
How the scientific design of the project will generate the potential benefits
This is the best answer.
what participants will be told after their participation has ceased
the design of the research project and its justification.
the process to be used to select participants.
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