Synopsis

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Indicators in focus are typically shown highlighted in yellow; Peer Indicators (that share the same Vulnerability association) are shown highlighted in pink; "Outside" Indicators (those that do NOT share the same Vulnerability association) are shown highlighted in green; Trigger Words/Phrases are shown highlighted in gray.

Link to Appendix (Indicator List, Indicator Peers, Trigger Words, Type/Vulnerability/Indicator Overlay, Document Map)


Economic / Economic/Poverty

Searching for indicator economic:

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000015 p.000300: Link to Appendix (Indicator List, Indicator Peers, Trigger Words, Type/Vulnerability/Indicator Overlay, Document Map)
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000018 p.000300: Economic / Economic/Poverty
000019 p.000300: Searching for indicator economic:
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000021 p.000300: (return to top)
000022 p.000300: ...
000023 p.000300: 000031 p.000033: Appendix E: Example of ethical information in ESRC proposal 50
000024 p.000300: 000032 p.000033: Example of a completed Ethical Information section on ESRC proposal 50
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000026 p.000300: 000034 p.000001:
000027 p.000300: 000035 p.000001: Introduction
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000029 p.000300: the
000030 p.000300: 000037 p.000001: research we support will be carried out to a high ethical standard. By establishing the Framework for Research Ethics
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000032 p.000300: and
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000046 p.000300: 000656 p.000016: Successful implementation of the FRE relies in a large part on the degree to which individual ROs have built
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000055 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
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000059 p.000300: research
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000064 p.000300: on
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000070 p.000300: 001896 p.000045: • International Visual Sociology Association (2009). Code of Research Ethics and Guidelines
000071 p.000300: 001897 p.000045: http://visualsociology.org/about/ethics-and-guidelines.html
000072 p.000300: 001898 p.000045: • Market Research Society (2014). Code of Conduct https://www.mrs.org.uk/standards/code_of_conduct/
000073 p.000300: 001899 p.000045: • Nuffield Council on Bioethics (2009). Dementia: Ethical Issues
000074 p.000300: 001900 p.000045: http://nuffieldbioethics.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Dementia-report-Oct-09.pdf
000075 p.000300: 001901 p.000045: • Respect Project (2004). An EU code of Ethics for socio-economic research
000076 p.000300: www.respectproject.org/code/index.php
000077 p.000300: 001902 p.000045: • Social Research Association (2003). Ethics Guidelines http://the-sra.org.uk/research- ethics/ethics-guidelines/
000078 p.000300: 001903 p.000045: • UK Data Service ethics advice: http://ukdataservice.ac.uk/manage-data/legal-ethical.aspx
000079 p.000300: 001904 p.000045: • UKRIO Code of Practice for Research www.ukrio.org/what-we-do/code-of-practice- for-research
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000084 p.000300: 002093 p.000050: confidentially is afforded. Where necessary, the project information sheet will be translated, although it is
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000087 p.000300: 002096 p.000050: verbal as opposed to signed consent, will be more readily obtainable.
000088 p.000300: 002097 p.000050:
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000091 p.000300: 002100 p.000050: Personal identifiers are removed and the anonymity of participants will be secured through both research unit codes
000092 p.000300: and
000093 p.000300: 002101 p.000050: pseudonyms. The raw data of each street survey will be collated in password protected computers and accessed by
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000111 p.000300: 000732 p.000018: research participants with the contact details of a responsible officer within the RO who is independent of specific
000112 p.000300: 000733 p.000018: research projects and is empowered to instigate appropriate investigation of any complaints in a timely manner.
000113 p.000300: 000734 p.000018:
000114 p.000300: ...
000115 p.000300:
000116 p.000300: Economic / Welfare Recipient
000117 p.000300: Searching for indicator welfare:
000118 p.000300:
000119 p.000300: (return to top)
000120 p.000300: ...
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000211 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
000212 p.000300: 001133 p.000027: (http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/English/policystatement/introduction.cfm)) research may be ‘deliberately and
000213 p.000300: legitimately
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000215 p.000300: research
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000217 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
000218 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
000219 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
000220 p.000300: on
000221 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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000227 p.000300: (return to top)
000228 p.000300: ...
000229 p.000300: 000652 p.000016: requirements should fall within a RO’s own budget. However, it should be remembered that the additional costs
000230 p.000300: incurred
000231 p.000300: 000653 p.000016: by the host RO in carrying out ethics review specifically for ESRC-funded research are eligible costs under the
000232 p.000300: 000654 p.000016: arrangements for Research Councils to meet a proportion of the full economic costs of research.
000233 p.000300: 000655 p.000016:
000234 p.000300: 000656 p.000016: Successful implementation of the FRE relies in a large part on the degree to which individual ROs have built
000235 p.000300: 000657 p.000016: appropriate structures and a culture that recognises the central place that engaging in ethical reflection occupies in
000236 p.000300: 000658 p.000016: good research practice. Encouraging a mindset towards a robust ethics culture and provision of training plays a
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001340 p.000300: 001796 p.000042: Research: Research is defined as any form of disciplined inquiry that aims to contribute to a body of knowledge or
001341 p.000300: ...
001342 p.000300:
001343 p.000300: ...
001344 p.000300: 001900 p.000045: http://nuffieldbioethics.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Dementia-report-Oct-09.pdf
001345 p.000300: 001901 p.000045: • Respect Project (2004). An EU code of Ethics for socio-economic research
001346 p.000300: www.respectproject.org/code/index.php
001347 p.000300: 001902 p.000045: • Social Research Association (2003). Ethics Guidelines http://the-sra.org.uk/research- ethics/ethics-guidelines/
001348 p.000300: 001903 p.000045: • UK Data Service ethics advice: http://ukdataservice.ac.uk/manage-data/legal-ethical.aspx
001349 p.000300: 001904 p.000045: • UKRIO Code of Practice for Research www.ukrio.org/what-we-do/code-of-practice- for-research
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001667 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
001668 p.000300: 001133 p.000027: (http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/English/policystatement/introduction.cfm)) research may be ‘deliberately and
001669 p.000300: legitimately
001670 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
001671 p.000300: research
001672 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
001673 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
001674 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
001675 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
001676 p.000300: on
001677 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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002071 p.000300:
002072 p.000300: (return to top)
002073 p.000300: ...
002074 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
002075 p.000300: research
002076 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
002077 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
002078 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
002079 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
002080 p.000300: on
002081 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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002720 p.000300: 002093 p.000050: confidentially is afforded. Where necessary, the project information sheet will be translated, although it is
002721 p.000300: 002094 p.000050: anticipated that English will be the lingua franca. Participation in the research will be voluntary, and informed
002722 p.000300: 002095 p.000050: consent will be discussed with all participants. However, it is anticipated, particularly in the street surveys, that
002723 p.000300: 002096 p.000050: verbal as opposed to signed consent, will be more readily obtainable.
002724 p.000300: 002097 p.000050:
002725 p.000300: 002098 p.000050: The first stage of data collection involves a socio-economic and spatial survey of a multi- ethnic street in each
002726 p.000300: 002099 p.000050: respective city. Each shop unit is given a tracking code to relate the GIS spatial position to the survey material.
002727 p.000300: 002100 p.000050: Personal identifiers are removed and the anonymity of participants will be secured through both research unit codes
002728 p.000300: and
002729 p.000300: 002101 p.000050: pseudonyms. The raw data of each street survey will be collated in password protected computers and accessed by
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003340 p.000300: 000031 p.000033: Appendix E: Example of ethical information in ESRC proposal 50
003341 p.000300: 000032 p.000033: Example of a completed Ethical Information section on ESRC proposal 50
003342 p.000300: 000033 p.000001: 1
003343 p.000300: 000034 p.000001:
003344 p.000300: 000035 p.000001: Introduction
003345 p.000300: 000036 p.000001: The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), in facilitating innovative and high quality research, expects that
003346 p.000300: the
003347 p.000300: 000037 p.000001: research we support will be carried out to a high ethical standard. By establishing the Framework for Research Ethics
003348 p.000300: 000038 p.000001: (FRE) we confirm our commitment to a process of regular review through consultation with the research community
003349 p.000300: and
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003603 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
003604 p.000300: 001133 p.000027: (http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/English/policystatement/introduction.cfm)) research may be ‘deliberately and
003605 p.000300: legitimately
003606 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
003607 p.000300: research
003608 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
003609 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
003610 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
003611 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
003612 p.000300: on
003613 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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003753 p.000300: ...
003754 p.000300: 001897 p.000045: http://visualsociology.org/about/ethics-and-guidelines.html
003755 p.000300: 001898 p.000045: • Market Research Society (2014). Code of Conduct https://www.mrs.org.uk/standards/code_of_conduct/
003756 p.000300: 001899 p.000045: • Nuffield Council on Bioethics (2009). Dementia: Ethical Issues
003757 p.000300: 001900 p.000045: http://nuffieldbioethics.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Dementia-report-Oct-09.pdf
003758 p.000300: 001901 p.000045: • Respect Project (2004). An EU code of Ethics for socio-economic research
003759 p.000300: www.respectproject.org/code/index.php
003760 p.000300: 001902 p.000045: • Social Research Association (2003). Ethics Guidelines http://the-sra.org.uk/research- ethics/ethics-guidelines/
003761 p.000300: 001903 p.000045: • UK Data Service ethics advice: http://ukdataservice.ac.uk/manage-data/legal-ethical.aspx
003762 p.000300: 001904 p.000045: • UKRIO Code of Practice for Research www.ukrio.org/what-we-do/code-of-practice- for-research
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004046 p.000300: deceased Linguistic Proficiency
004047 p.000300: dependence Drug Dependence
004048 p.000300: dependent Dependent
004049 p.000300: disability Mentally Disabled
004050 p.000300: drug Drug Usage
004051 p.000300: economic Economic/Poverty
004052 p.000300: education Educational
004053 p.000300: educational Educational
004054 p.000300: elderly Elderly
004055 p.000300: engaged Marital Status
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004074 p.000300: opinion
004075 p.000300: Opinion
004076 p.000300: party Political
004077 p.000300: physically LGBTQ+ Status
004078 p.000300: political Political
004079 p.000300: poor Economic/Poverty
004080 p.000300: racial Racial Minority
004081 p.000300: religious Religion
004082 p.000300: restricted Incarcerated
004083 p.000300: single Marital Status
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004102 p.000300: cognitive ['cognitive impairment', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004103 p.000300: cognitive impairment ['cognitive', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004104 p.000300: cultural ['culture']
004105 p.000300: culture ['cultural']
004106 p.000300: drug ['influence']
004107 p.000300: economic ['poor']
004108 p.000300: education ['educational']
004109 p.000300: educational ['education']
004110 p.000300: engaged ['single']
004111 p.000300: ['cognitive', 'cognitive impairment',
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004113 p.000300: 'impairment']
004114 p.000300: impairment ['cognitive', 'cognitive impairment', 'impaired']
004115 p.000300: influence ['drug']
004116 p.000300: party ['political']
004117 p.000300: political ['party']
004118 p.000300: poor ['economic']
004119 p.000300: religious ['special']
004120 p.000300: single ['engaged']
004121 p.000300: special ['religious']
004122 p.000300: vulnerable ['child', 'children']
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004146 p.000300:
004147 p.000300: Applicable Type / Vulnerability / Indicator Overlay for this Input
004148 p.000300: Vulnerability
004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
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000093 p.000300: 002101 p.000050: pseudonyms. The raw data of each street survey will be collated in password protected computers and accessed by
000094 p.000300: the
000095 p.000300: 002102 p.000050: principal investigator and the two research assistants. The data will then be systematised and stored in two
000096 p.000300: ...
000097 p.000300:
000098 p.000300: Searching for indicator poor:
000099 p.000300:
000100 p.000300: (return to top)
000101 p.000300: ...
000102 p.000300: 000725 p.000018: available should we wish to see them.
000103 p.000300: 000726 p.000018:
000104 p.000300: 000727 p.000018: 1.6 Complaints, appeals and conflict of interest procedures should be in place
000105 p.000300: 000728 p.000018: Complaints - ROs should publish procedures and mechanisms for receiving and addressing, in a timely manner,
000106 p.000300: complaints
000107 p.000300: 000729 p.000018: or expressions of concern about the conduct of research carried out under their auspices. Such complaints would
000108 p.000300: 000730 p.000018: normally be regarded as allegations of either poor performance or unethical conduct and would appropriately be
000109 p.000300: 000731 p.000018: addressed through the RO’s procedures for dealing with such allegations. Such mechanisms might include
000110 p.000300: providing
000111 p.000300: 000732 p.000018: research participants with the contact details of a responsible officer within the RO who is independent of specific
000112 p.000300: 000733 p.000018: research projects and is empowered to instigate appropriate investigation of any complaints in a timely manner.
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003224 p.000300: ...
003225 p.000300: 000727 p.000018: 1.6 Complaints, appeals and conflict of interest procedures should be in place
003226 p.000300: 000728 p.000018: Complaints - ROs should publish procedures and mechanisms for receiving and addressing, in a timely manner,
003227 p.000300: complaints
003228 p.000300: 000729 p.000018: or expressions of concern about the conduct of research carried out under their auspices. Such complaints would
003229 p.000300: 000730 p.000018: normally be regarded as allegations of either poor performance or unethical conduct and would appropriately be
003230 p.000300: 000731 p.000018: addressed through the RO’s procedures for dealing with such allegations. Such mechanisms might include
003231 p.000300: providing
003232 p.000300: 000732 p.000018: research participants with the contact details of a responsible officer within the RO who is independent of specific
003233 p.000300: 000733 p.000018: research projects and is empowered to instigate appropriate investigation of any complaints in a timely manner.
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004074 p.000300: opinion
004075 p.000300: Opinion
004076 p.000300: party Political
004077 p.000300: physically LGBTQ+ Status
004078 p.000300: political Political
004079 p.000300: poor Economic/Poverty
004080 p.000300: racial Racial Minority
004081 p.000300: religious Religion
004082 p.000300: restricted Incarcerated
004083 p.000300: single Marital Status
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004102 p.000300: cognitive ['cognitive impairment', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004103 p.000300: cognitive impairment ['cognitive', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004104 p.000300: cultural ['culture']
004105 p.000300: culture ['cultural']
004106 p.000300: drug ['influence']
004107 p.000300: economic ['poor']
004108 p.000300: education ['educational']
004109 p.000300: educational ['education']
004110 p.000300: engaged ['single']
004111 p.000300: ['cognitive', 'cognitive impairment',
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004113 p.000300: 'impairment']
004114 p.000300: impairment ['cognitive', 'cognitive impairment', 'impaired']
004115 p.000300: influence ['drug']
004116 p.000300: party ['political']
004117 p.000300: political ['party']
004118 p.000300: poor ['economic']
004119 p.000300: religious ['special']
004120 p.000300: single ['engaged']
004121 p.000300: special ['religious']
004122 p.000300: vulnerable ['child', 'children']
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004146 p.000300:
004147 p.000300: Applicable Type / Vulnerability / Indicator Overlay for this Input
004148 p.000300: Vulnerability
004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
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000013 p.000300: gray.
000014 p.000300:
000015 p.000300: Link to Appendix (Indicator List, Indicator Peers, Trigger Words, Type/Vulnerability/Indicator Overlay, Document Map)
000016 p.000300:
000017 p.000300:
000018 p.000300: Economic / Economic/Poverty
000019 p.000300: Searching for indicator economic:
000020 p.000300:
000021 p.000300: (return to top)
000022 p.000300: ...
000023 p.000300: 000031 p.000033: Appendix E: Example of ethical information in ESRC proposal 50
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004046 p.000300: deceased Linguistic Proficiency
004047 p.000300: dependence Drug Dependence
004048 p.000300: dependent Dependent
004049 p.000300: disability Mentally Disabled
004050 p.000300: drug Drug Usage
004051 p.000300: economic Economic/Poverty
004052 p.000300: education Educational
004053 p.000300: educational Educational
004054 p.000300: elderly Elderly
004055 p.000300: engaged Marital Status
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004074 p.000300: opinion
004075 p.000300: Opinion
004076 p.000300: party Political
004077 p.000300: physically LGBTQ+ Status
004078 p.000300: political Political
004079 p.000300: poor Economic/Poverty
004080 p.000300: racial Racial Minority
004081 p.000300: religious Religion
004082 p.000300: restricted Incarcerated
004083 p.000300: single Marital Status
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004146 p.000300:
004147 p.000300: Applicable Type / Vulnerability / Indicator Overlay for this Input
004148 p.000300: Vulnerability
004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
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Economic / Welfare Recipient

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000111 p.000300: 000732 p.000018: research participants with the contact details of a responsible officer within the RO who is independent of specific
000112 p.000300: 000733 p.000018: research projects and is empowered to instigate appropriate investigation of any complaints in a timely manner.
000113 p.000300: 000734 p.000018:
000114 p.000300: ...
000115 p.000300:
000116 p.000300: Economic / Welfare Recipient
000117 p.000300: Searching for indicator welfare:
000118 p.000300:
000119 p.000300: (return to top)
000120 p.000300: ...
000121 p.000300: 000537 p.000013: competent and timely. In some circumstances RECs may authorise other sub-committees or their chair to conduct
000122 p.000300: reviews
000123 p.000300: 000538 p.000013: on research involving minimal risk on their behalf. These sub-committees and chair will have no conflicts of interest
000124 p.000300: 000539 p.000013: with the project and will be accountable to the REC and through it to the appropriate organisational authorities for
000125 p.000300: 000540 p.000013: the decisions they make.
000126 p.000300: 000541 p.000013:
000127 p.000300: 000542 p.000013: The primary role of a REC is to protect the dignity, rights and welfare of research participants. RECs should also give
000128 p.000300: 000543 p.000013: due regard to the consequences of the proposed research for others directly affected by it, and to the interests of
000129 p.000300: 000544 p.000013: those who do not take part in the research but who might benefit or suffer from its outcomes in the future. RECs also
000130 p.000300: 000545 p.000013: need to consider the safety of researchers, especially where they are working in covert situations and/or conducting
000131 p.000300: 000546 p.000013: lone fieldwork in settings that may pose risk to their safety, nationally and internationally.
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000136 p.000300: 000705 p.000017: concerns about the ethics in the conduct of the study, it should request a full and detailed account of the research
000137 p.000300: 000706 p.000017: for full ethics review by the responsible REC.
000138 p.000300: 000707 p.000017:
000139 p.000300: 000708 p.000017: Where a REC or designated sub-committee considers that a study is being conducted in a way which is not in accord
000140 p.000300: with
000141 p.000300: 000709 p.000017: the conditions of its review or in a way which does not appropriately protect the rights, dignity and welfare of
000142 p.000300: 000710 p.000017: research participants, it should initially bring together a meeting of all those concerned with a view to resolving the
000143 p.000300: 000711 p.000017: difficulties. In an extreme situation, the REC may withdraw its support, and require that the research be suspended or
000144 p.000300: 000712 p.000017: discontinued. The ESRC should be informed of this decision and reserves the right to recoup its grant funding in
000145 p.000300: 000713 p.000017: extreme cases of ethics and research misconduct, pending further investigation.
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000151 p.000300: 001318 p.000032: who knows the person well who lacks capacity to make a decision, but is not a professional or paid care worker; this
000152 p.000300: 001319 p.000032: does not include family members receiving some of the person’s pension or other benefits as a payment towards
000153 p.000300: their
000154 p.000300: 001320 p.000032: share of the household expenses. The guidance states that it should be someone whom the person who lacks
000155 p.000300: capacity to
000156 p.000300: 001321 p.000032: make a decision would trust with important decisions about their welfare.
000157 p.000300: 001322 p.000032: Thus, a personal consultee could be a family member or close friend of the person.
000158 p.000300: 001323 p.000032:
000159 p.000300: 001324 p.000032: If no personal consultee can be identified, a nominated consultee should be proposed by the researcher. This is
000160 p.000300: someone
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000178 p.000300: 001801 p.000042: exchange and impact activities after the research has been published.
000179 p.000300: 001802 p.000042:
000180 p.000300: 001803 p.000043: 43
000181 p.000300: 001804 p.000043:
000182 p.000300: 001805 p.000043: Research Ethics Committee: A Research Ethics Committee (REC) is defined as a multidisciplinary, independent body
000183 p.000300: 001806 p.000043: charged with reviewing research involving human participants to ensure that their dignity, rights and welfare are
000184 p.000300: 001807 p.000043: protected. The independence of a REC is founded on its membership, on strict rules regarding conflict of interests, and
000185 p.000300: 001808 p.000043: on regular monitoring of and accountability for its decisions.
000186 p.000300: 001809 p.000043:
000187 p.000300: 001810 p.000043: Research project lifecycle: includes the planning stage, the period of funding for the project and all activities that
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001479 p.000300: 001318 p.000032: who knows the person well who lacks capacity to make a decision, but is not a professional or paid care worker; this
001480 p.000300: 001319 p.000032: does not include family members receiving some of the person’s pension or other benefits as a payment towards
001481 p.000300: their
001482 p.000300: 001320 p.000032: share of the household expenses. The guidance states that it should be someone whom the person who lacks
001483 p.000300: capacity to
001484 p.000300: 001321 p.000032: make a decision would trust with important decisions about their welfare.
001485 p.000300: 001322 p.000032: Thus, a personal consultee could be a family member or close friend of the person.
001486 p.000300: 001323 p.000032:
001487 p.000300: 001324 p.000032: If no personal consultee can be identified, a nominated consultee should be proposed by the researcher. This is
001488 p.000300: someone
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002873 p.000300: 001318 p.000032: who knows the person well who lacks capacity to make a decision, but is not a professional or paid care worker; this
002874 p.000300: 001319 p.000032: does not include family members receiving some of the person’s pension or other benefits as a payment towards
002875 p.000300: their
002876 p.000300: 001320 p.000032: share of the household expenses. The guidance states that it should be someone whom the person who lacks
002877 p.000300: capacity to
002878 p.000300: 001321 p.000032: make a decision would trust with important decisions about their welfare.
002879 p.000300: 001322 p.000032: Thus, a personal consultee could be a family member or close friend of the person.
002880 p.000300: 001323 p.000032:
002881 p.000300: 001324 p.000032: If no personal consultee can be identified, a nominated consultee should be proposed by the researcher. This is
002882 p.000300: someone
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004089 p.000300: undue influence Undue Influence
004090 p.000300: union Trade Union Membership
004091 p.000300: usage Laboratory Staff
004092 p.000300: violence Threat of Violence
004093 p.000300: vulnerable Child
004094 p.000300: welfare Welfare Recipient
004095 p.000300: women Women
004096 p.000300:
004097 p.000300:
004098 p.000300: Indicator Peers (Indicators in Same Vulnerabilty)
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004148 p.000300: Vulnerability
004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
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000111 p.000300: 000732 p.000018: research participants with the contact details of a responsible officer within the RO who is independent of specific
000112 p.000300: 000733 p.000018: research projects and is empowered to instigate appropriate investigation of any complaints in a timely manner.
000113 p.000300: 000734 p.000018:
000114 p.000300: ...
000115 p.000300:
000116 p.000300: Economic / Welfare Recipient
000117 p.000300: Searching for indicator welfare:
000118 p.000300:
000119 p.000300: (return to top)
000120 p.000300: ...
000121 p.000300: 000537 p.000013: competent and timely. In some circumstances RECs may authorise other sub-committees or their chair to conduct
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004089 p.000300: undue influence Undue Influence
004090 p.000300: union Trade Union Membership
004091 p.000300: usage Laboratory Staff
004092 p.000300: violence Threat of Violence
004093 p.000300: vulnerable Child
004094 p.000300: welfare Welfare Recipient
004095 p.000300: women Women
004096 p.000300:
004097 p.000300:
004098 p.000300: Indicator Peers (Indicators in Same Vulnerabilty)
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004148 p.000300: Vulnerability
004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
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General/Other / Cultural Differences

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000055 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
000056 p.000300: 001133 p.000027: (http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/English/policystatement/introduction.cfm)) research may be ‘deliberately and
000057 p.000300: legitimately
000058 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
000059 p.000300: research
000060 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
000061 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
000062 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
000063 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
000064 p.000300: on
000065 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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000185 p.000300: 001808 p.000043: on regular monitoring of and accountability for its decisions.
000186 p.000300: 001809 p.000043:
000187 p.000300: 001810 p.000043: Research project lifecycle: includes the planning stage, the period of funding for the project and all activities that
000188 p.000300: ...
000189 p.000300:
000190 p.000300: General/Other / Cultural Differences
000191 p.000300: Searching for indicator cultural:
000192 p.000300:
000193 p.000300: (return to top)
000194 p.000300: ...
000195 p.000300: 000839 p.000020: developing and undertaking the research. Legal and ethical requirements for all the partner countries must be
000196 p.000300: ensured.
000197 p.000300: 000840 p.000020:
000198 p.000300: 000841 p.000020: There are several considerations here:
000199 p.000300: 000842 p.000020:
000200 p.000300: 000843 p.000020: • inequities in regard to access to research resources
000201 p.000300: 000844 p.000020: • political and cultural considerations with regard to professional training and oversight; differingethics
000202 p.000300: 000845 p.000020: traditions in research
000203 p.000300: 000846 p.000020: • increased risk to researchers and participants where they are working remotely
000204 p.000300: 000847 p.000021: 21
000205 p.000300: 000848 p.000021:
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000211 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
000212 p.000300: 001133 p.000027: (http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/English/policystatement/introduction.cfm)) research may be ‘deliberately and
000213 p.000300: legitimately
000214 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
000215 p.000300: research
000216 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
000217 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
000218 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
000219 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
000220 p.000300: on
000221 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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001638 p.000300: ensured.
001639 p.000300: 000840 p.000020:
001640 p.000300: 000841 p.000020: There are several considerations here:
001641 p.000300: 000842 p.000020:
001642 p.000300: 000843 p.000020: • inequities in regard to access to research resources
001643 p.000300: 000844 p.000020: • political and cultural considerations with regard to professional training and oversight; differingethics
001644 p.000300: 000845 p.000020: traditions in research
001645 p.000300: 000846 p.000020: • increased risk to researchers and participants where they are working remotely
001646 p.000300: 000847 p.000021: 21
001647 p.000300: 000848 p.000021:
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001667 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
001668 p.000300: 001133 p.000027: (http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/English/policystatement/introduction.cfm)) research may be ‘deliberately and
001669 p.000300: legitimately
001670 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
001671 p.000300: research
001672 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
001673 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
001674 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
001675 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
001676 p.000300: on
001677 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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001885 p.000300: ensured.
001886 p.000300: 000840 p.000020:
001887 p.000300: 000841 p.000020: There are several considerations here:
001888 p.000300: 000842 p.000020:
001889 p.000300: 000843 p.000020: • inequities in regard to access to research resources
001890 p.000300: 000844 p.000020: • political and cultural considerations with regard to professional training and oversight; differingethics
001891 p.000300: 000845 p.000020: traditions in research
001892 p.000300: 000846 p.000020: • increased risk to researchers and participants where they are working remotely
001893 p.000300: 000847 p.000021: 21
001894 p.000300: 000848 p.000021:
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002071 p.000300:
002072 p.000300: (return to top)
002073 p.000300: ...
002074 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
002075 p.000300: research
002076 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
002077 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
002078 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
002079 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
002080 p.000300: on
002081 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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003603 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
003604 p.000300: 001133 p.000027: (http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/English/policystatement/introduction.cfm)) research may be ‘deliberately and
003605 p.000300: legitimately
003606 p.000300: 001134 p.000027: opposed to the interests of the research participants or organisations’ in cases where the objectives of the
003607 p.000300: research
003608 p.000300: 001135 p.000027: are to reveal and critique fundamental economic, political or cultural disadvantage or exploitation. Much social
003609 p.000300: 001136 p.000027: science research has a critical role to play in exploring and questioning social, cultural and economic structures and
003610 p.000300: 001137 p.000027: processes (for example relating to patterns of power and social inequality, and institutional dynamics and regimes that
003611 p.000300: 001138 p.000027: disadvantage some social groups over others, intentionally or not). Such research results may have a negative impact
003612 p.000300: on
003613 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
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004039 p.000300: child Child
004040 p.000300: children Child
004041 p.000300: coercion Presence of Coercion
004042 p.000300: cognitive Cognitive Impairment
004043 p.000300: cognitive impairment Cognitive Impairment
004044 p.000300: cultural Cultural Differences
004045 p.000300: culture Cultural Differences
004046 p.000300: deceased Linguistic Proficiency
004047 p.000300: dependence Drug Dependence
004048 p.000300: dependent Dependent
004049 p.000300: disability Mentally Disabled
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004099 p.000300: Indicator Peers
004100 p.000300: child ['children', 'vulnerable']
004101 p.000300: children ['child', 'vulnerable']
004102 p.000300: cognitive ['cognitive impairment', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004103 p.000300: cognitive impairment ['cognitive', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004104 p.000300: cultural ['culture']
004105 p.000300: culture ['cultural']
004106 p.000300: drug ['influence']
004107 p.000300: economic ['poor']
004108 p.000300: education ['educational']
004109 p.000300: educational ['education']
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004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
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000042 p.000300: incurred
000043 p.000300: 000653 p.000016: by the host RO in carrying out ethics review specifically for ESRC-funded research are eligible costs under the
000044 p.000300: 000654 p.000016: arrangements for Research Councils to meet a proportion of the full economic costs of research.
000045 p.000300: 000655 p.000016:
000046 p.000300: 000656 p.000016: Successful implementation of the FRE relies in a large part on the degree to which individual ROs have built
000047 p.000300: 000657 p.000016: appropriate structures and a culture that recognises the central place that engaging in ethical reflection occupies in
000048 p.000300: 000658 p.000016: good research practice. Encouraging a mindset towards a robust ethics culture and provision of training plays a
000049 p.000300: central
000050 p.000300: ...
000051 p.000300:
000052 p.000300: ...
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000220 p.000300: on
000221 p.000300: 001139 p.000027: some of the research participants/organisations. Principles of justice should, however, mean that researchers would
000222 p.000300: 001140 p.000027: seek to minimise any personal harm to individuals. Secondly, researchers should also consider how to balance the
000223 p.000300: ...
000224 p.000300:
000225 p.000300: Searching for indicator culture:
000226 p.000300:
000227 p.000300: (return to top)
000228 p.000300: ...
000229 p.000300: 000652 p.000016: requirements should fall within a RO’s own budget. However, it should be remembered that the additional costs
000230 p.000300: incurred
000231 p.000300: 000653 p.000016: by the host RO in carrying out ethics review specifically for ESRC-funded research are eligible costs under the
000232 p.000300: 000654 p.000016: arrangements for Research Councils to meet a proportion of the full economic costs of research.
000233 p.000300: 000655 p.000016:
000234 p.000300: 000656 p.000016: Successful implementation of the FRE relies in a large part on the degree to which individual ROs have built
000235 p.000300: 000657 p.000016: appropriate structures and a culture that recognises the central place that engaging in ethical reflection occupies in
000236 p.000300: 000658 p.000016: good research practice. Encouraging a mindset towards a robust ethics culture and provision of training plays a
000237 p.000300: central
000238 p.000300: 000659 p.000016: role in this process. Such training should be ongoing and become an integral part of research practice, given the
000239 p.000300: 000660 p.000016: changing ethics environment (see section 1.7)
000240 p.000300: 000661 p.000016:
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000247 p.000300: 000685 p.000017: 17
000248 p.000300: 000686 p.000017:
000249 p.000300: 000687 p.000017: 1.5 ROs should establish procedures for monitoring research
000250 p.000300: 000688 p.000017: ROs should establish and publish working practices and procedures for monitoring research which encourage a
000251 p.000300: grassroots
000252 p.000300: 000689 p.000017: culture of robust collective governance.
000253 p.000300: 000690 p.000017:
000254 p.000300: 000691 p.000017: Where a study design is emergent, the REC should agree procedures for ongoing ethics review (for example through
000255 p.000300: a
000256 p.000300: 000692 p.000017: Project Advisory Group) with the researchers. Where the study design is largely fixed in advance, procedures for
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000263 p.000300: reference
000264 p.000300: 000805 p.000019: to training in ethics and legal matters. ROs should ensure that training programmes they provide incorporate the range
000265 p.000300: 000806 p.000019: of issues addressed in
000266 p.000300: 000807 p.000020: 20
000267 p.000300: 000808 p.000020:
000268 p.000300: 000809 p.000020: the main framework document so that students embrace an ethics culture from the start of their research careers.
000269 p.000300: 000810 p.000020: Doctoral Training Centres should detail the ethics training that they provide for their students.
000270 p.000300: 000811 p.000020:
000271 p.000300: 000812 p.000020: 1.9 Arrangements should be made for collaborative research
000272 p.000300: 000813 p.000020: The FRE guidelines should be drawn to the attention of all proposed collaborators or project partners, providing
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004039 p.000300: child Child
004040 p.000300: children Child
004041 p.000300: coercion Presence of Coercion
004042 p.000300: cognitive Cognitive Impairment
004043 p.000300: cognitive impairment Cognitive Impairment
004044 p.000300: cultural Cultural Differences
004045 p.000300: culture Cultural Differences
004046 p.000300: deceased Linguistic Proficiency
004047 p.000300: dependence Drug Dependence
004048 p.000300: dependent Dependent
004049 p.000300: disability Mentally Disabled
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004099 p.000300: Indicator Peers
004100 p.000300: child ['children', 'vulnerable']
004101 p.000300: children ['child', 'vulnerable']
004102 p.000300: cognitive ['cognitive impairment', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004103 p.000300: cognitive impairment ['cognitive', 'impairment', 'impaired']
004104 p.000300: cultural ['culture']
004105 p.000300: culture ['cultural']
004106 p.000300: drug ['influence']
004107 p.000300: economic ['poor']
004108 p.000300: education ['educational']
004109 p.000300: educational ['education']
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004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
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General/Other / Dependent

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000270 p.000300: 000811 p.000020:
000271 p.000300: 000812 p.000020: 1.9 Arrangements should be made for collaborative research
000272 p.000300: 000813 p.000020: The FRE guidelines should be drawn to the attention of all proposed collaborators or project partners, providing
000273 p.000300: ...
000274 p.000300:
000275 p.000300: General/Other / Dependent
000276 p.000300: Searching for indicator dependent:
000277 p.000300:
000278 p.000300: (return to top)
000279 p.000300: ...
000280 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
000281 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
000282 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
000283 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
000284 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
000285 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
000286 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
000287 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
000288 p.000300: research
000289 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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000294 p.000300: 000345 p.000008:
000295 p.000300: 000346 p.000008: • Individuals or groups where permission of a gatekeeper is normally required for initial or continued access to
000296 p.000300: 000347 p.000008: participants. This includes research involving gatekeepers such as adult professionals (eg those working with children
000297 p.000300: 000348 p.000008: or the elderly), or research in communities (in the UK or overseas) whereaccess to research participants is not
000298 p.000300: 000349 p.000008: possible without the permission of another adult, such as another family member (eg the parent or husband of the
000299 p.000300: 000350 p.000008: participant) or a community leader, and research where participants are in a dependent relationship with the
000300 p.000300: gatekeeper
000301 p.000300: 000351 p.000008: (eg employees recruited through their workplace). Permission for access to other groups, for example participants in a
000302 p.000300: 000352 p.000008: long term cohort study, may also need to be requested from a data producer who controls access to the group.
000303 p.000300: 000353 p.000008:
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000309 p.000300: 001184 p.000028: involvement. Information should be provided in a form that is comprehensible and accessible to participants, typically
000310 p.000300: 001185 p.000028: in written form (or in a form that participants can access after the end of the research interaction), and time should
000311 p.000300: 001186 p.000028: be allowed for the participants to consider their choices and to discuss their decision with others if appropriate. The
000312 p.000300: 001187 p.000028: consent forms should be signed off by the research participants to indicateconsent.
000313 p.000300: 001188 p.000028:
000314 p.000300: 001189 p.000028: Where participants are in a potentially vulnerable or dependent position (eg children) it is important to ensure that
000315 p.000300: 001190 p.000028: they have the time and opportunity to access support in their decision-making, for example by discussing their choice
000316 p.000300: 001191 p.000028: with a trusted adult. Where consent is sought from children it is normally good practice to secure permission from a
000317 p.000300: 001192 p.000029: 29
000318 p.000300: 001193 p.000029:
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000323 p.000300: review
000324 p.000300: 002113 p.000050: approaches to participation, confidentiality and dissemination. Feedback on workshop findings will be offered to local
000325 p.000300: 002114 p.000050: authorities and associations through a summary report. More generally, participants will be able to view project
000326 p.000300: 002115 p.000050: information and findings on the 'Superdiverse streets' online project pages.
000327 p.000300: 002116 p.000050:
000328 p.000300: 002117 p.000050: In sum, for all stages of research dependent on research participants, I will submit anEthics Review Questionnaire
000329 p.000300: for
000330 p.000300: 002118 p.000050: Researchers to the LSE Research Ethics Committee, which operates in accordance with the ESRC ResearchEthics
000331 p.000300: Framework.
000332 p.000300: 002119 p.000050:
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000915 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
000916 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
000917 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
000918 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
000919 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
000920 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
000921 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
000922 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
000923 p.000300: research
000924 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
...

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000946 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
000947 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
000948 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
000949 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
000950 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
000951 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
000952 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
000953 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
000954 p.000300: research
000955 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
...

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000996 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
000997 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
000998 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
000999 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
001000 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
001001 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
001002 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
001003 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
001004 p.000300: research
001005 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
...

...
001417 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
001418 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
001419 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
001420 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
001421 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
001422 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
001423 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
001424 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
001425 p.000300: research
001426 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
...

...
001448 p.000300: 000345 p.000008:
001449 p.000300: 000346 p.000008: • Individuals or groups where permission of a gatekeeper is normally required for initial or continued access to
001450 p.000300: 000347 p.000008: participants. This includes research involving gatekeepers such as adult professionals (eg those working with children
001451 p.000300: 000348 p.000008: or the elderly), or research in communities (in the UK or overseas) whereaccess to research participants is not
001452 p.000300: 000349 p.000008: possible without the permission of another adult, such as another family member (eg the parent or husband of the
001453 p.000300: 000350 p.000008: participant) or a community leader, and research where participants are in a dependent relationship with the
001454 p.000300: gatekeeper
001455 p.000300: 000351 p.000008: (eg employees recruited through their workplace). Permission for access to other groups, for example participants in a
001456 p.000300: 000352 p.000008: long term cohort study, may also need to be requested from a data producer who controls access to the group.
001457 p.000300: 000353 p.000008:
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001804 p.000300: 000345 p.000008:
001805 p.000300: 000346 p.000008: • Individuals or groups where permission of a gatekeeper is normally required for initial or continued access to
001806 p.000300: 000347 p.000008: participants. This includes research involving gatekeepers such as adult professionals (eg those working with children
001807 p.000300: 000348 p.000008: or the elderly), or research in communities (in the UK or overseas) whereaccess to research participants is not
001808 p.000300: 000349 p.000008: possible without the permission of another adult, such as another family member (eg the parent or husband of the
001809 p.000300: 000350 p.000008: participant) or a community leader, and research where participants are in a dependent relationship with the
001810 p.000300: gatekeeper
001811 p.000300: 000351 p.000008: (eg employees recruited through their workplace). Permission for access to other groups, for example participants in a
001812 p.000300: 000352 p.000008: long term cohort study, may also need to be requested from a data producer who controls access to the group.
001813 p.000300: 000353 p.000008:
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001974 p.000300: 001184 p.000028: involvement. Information should be provided in a form that is comprehensible and accessible to participants, typically
001975 p.000300: 001185 p.000028: in written form (or in a form that participants can access after the end of the research interaction), and time should
001976 p.000300: 001186 p.000028: be allowed for the participants to consider their choices and to discuss their decision with others if appropriate. The
001977 p.000300: 001187 p.000028: consent forms should be signed off by the research participants to indicateconsent.
001978 p.000300: 001188 p.000028:
001979 p.000300: 001189 p.000028: Where participants are in a potentially vulnerable or dependent position (eg children) it is important to ensure that
001980 p.000300: 001190 p.000028: they have the time and opportunity to access support in their decision-making, for example by discussing their choice
001981 p.000300: 001191 p.000028: with a trusted adult. Where consent is sought from children it is normally good practice to secure permission from a
001982 p.000300: 001192 p.000029: 29
001983 p.000300: 001193 p.000029:
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002108 p.000300: 001184 p.000028: involvement. Information should be provided in a form that is comprehensible and accessible to participants, typically
002109 p.000300: 001185 p.000028: in written form (or in a form that participants can access after the end of the research interaction), and time should
002110 p.000300: 001186 p.000028: be allowed for the participants to consider their choices and to discuss their decision with others if appropriate. The
002111 p.000300: 001187 p.000028: consent forms should be signed off by the research participants to indicateconsent.
002112 p.000300: 001188 p.000028:
002113 p.000300: 001189 p.000028: Where participants are in a potentially vulnerable or dependent position (eg children) it is important to ensure that
002114 p.000300: 001190 p.000028: they have the time and opportunity to access support in their decision-making, for example by discussing their choice
002115 p.000300: 001191 p.000028: with a trusted adult. Where consent is sought from children it is normally good practice to secure permission from a
002116 p.000300: 001192 p.000029: 29
002117 p.000300: 001193 p.000029:
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002164 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
002165 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
002166 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
002167 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
002168 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
002169 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
002170 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
002171 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
002172 p.000300: research
002173 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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002181 p.000300: 000345 p.000008:
002182 p.000300: 000346 p.000008: • Individuals or groups where permission of a gatekeeper is normally required for initial or continued access to
002183 p.000300: 000347 p.000008: participants. This includes research involving gatekeepers such as adult professionals (eg those working with children
002184 p.000300: 000348 p.000008: or the elderly), or research in communities (in the UK or overseas) whereaccess to research participants is not
002185 p.000300: 000349 p.000008: possible without the permission of another adult, such as another family member (eg the parent or husband of the
002186 p.000300: 000350 p.000008: participant) or a community leader, and research where participants are in a dependent relationship with the
002187 p.000300: gatekeeper
002188 p.000300: 000351 p.000008: (eg employees recruited through their workplace). Permission for access to other groups, for example participants in a
002189 p.000300: ...
002190 p.000300:
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002250 p.000300: 001184 p.000028: involvement. Information should be provided in a form that is comprehensible and accessible to participants, typically
002251 p.000300: 001185 p.000028: in written form (or in a form that participants can access after the end of the research interaction), and time should
002252 p.000300: 001186 p.000028: be allowed for the participants to consider their choices and to discuss their decision with others if appropriate. The
002253 p.000300: 001187 p.000028: consent forms should be signed off by the research participants to indicateconsent.
002254 p.000300: 001188 p.000028:
002255 p.000300: 001189 p.000028: Where participants are in a potentially vulnerable or dependent position (eg children) it is important to ensure that
002256 p.000300: 001190 p.000028: they have the time and opportunity to access support in their decision-making, for example by discussing their choice
002257 p.000300: 001191 p.000028: with a trusted adult. Where consent is sought from children it is normally good practice to secure permission from a
002258 p.000300: 001192 p.000029: 29
002259 p.000300: 001193 p.000029:
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002400 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
002401 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
002402 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
002403 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
002404 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
002405 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
002406 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
002407 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
002408 p.000300: research
002409 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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002470 p.000300: 001184 p.000028: involvement. Information should be provided in a form that is comprehensible and accessible to participants, typically
002471 p.000300: 001185 p.000028: in written form (or in a form that participants can access after the end of the research interaction), and time should
002472 p.000300: 001186 p.000028: be allowed for the participants to consider their choices and to discuss their decision with others if appropriate. The
002473 p.000300: 001187 p.000028: consent forms should be signed off by the research participants to indicateconsent.
002474 p.000300: 001188 p.000028:
002475 p.000300: 001189 p.000028: Where participants are in a potentially vulnerable or dependent position (eg children) it is important to ensure that
002476 p.000300: 001190 p.000028: they have the time and opportunity to access support in their decision-making, for example by discussing their choice
002477 p.000300: 001191 p.000028: with a trusted adult. Where consent is sought from children it is normally good practice to secure permission from a
002478 p.000300: 001192 p.000029: 29
002479 p.000300: 001193 p.000029:
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002631 p.000300: 000345 p.000008:
002632 p.000300: 000346 p.000008: • Individuals or groups where permission of a gatekeeper is normally required for initial or continued access to
002633 p.000300: 000347 p.000008: participants. This includes research involving gatekeepers such as adult professionals (eg those working with children
002634 p.000300: 000348 p.000008: or the elderly), or research in communities (in the UK or overseas) whereaccess to research participants is not
002635 p.000300: 000349 p.000008: possible without the permission of another adult, such as another family member (eg the parent or husband of the
002636 p.000300: 000350 p.000008: participant) or a community leader, and research where participants are in a dependent relationship with the
002637 p.000300: gatekeeper
002638 p.000300: 000351 p.000008: (eg employees recruited through their workplace). Permission for access to other groups, for example participants in a
002639 p.000300: 000352 p.000008: long term cohort study, may also need to be requested from a data producer who controls access to the group.
002640 p.000300: ...
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002737 p.000300: (return to top)
002738 p.000300: ...
002739 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
002740 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
002741 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
002742 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
002743 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
002744 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
002745 p.000300: research
002746 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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003047 p.000300: Social / Literacy
003048 p.000300: Searching for indicator literate:
003049 p.000300:
003050 p.000300: (return to top)
003051 p.000300: ...
003052 p.000300: 001189 p.000028: Where participants are in a potentially vulnerable or dependent position (eg children) it is important to ensure that
003053 p.000300: 001190 p.000028: they have the time and opportunity to access support in their decision-making, for example by discussing their choice
003054 p.000300: 001191 p.000028: with a trusted adult. Where consent is sought from children it is normally good practice to secure permission from a
003055 p.000300: 001192 p.000029: 29
003056 p.000300: 001193 p.000029:
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004043 p.000300: cognitive impairment Cognitive Impairment
004044 p.000300: cultural Cultural Differences
004045 p.000300: culture Cultural Differences
004046 p.000300: deceased Linguistic Proficiency
004047 p.000300: dependence Drug Dependence
004048 p.000300: dependent Dependent
004049 p.000300: disability Mentally Disabled
004050 p.000300: drug Drug Usage
004051 p.000300: economic Economic/Poverty
004052 p.000300: education Educational
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004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
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000333 p.000300: 002120 p.000050:
000334 p.000300: 002121 p.000050:
000335 p.000300: ...
000336 p.000300:
000337 p.000300: General/Other / Diminished Autonomy
000338 p.000300: Searching for indicator age:
000339 p.000300:
000340 p.000300: (return to top)
000341 p.000300: ...
000342 p.000300: 000944 p.000023: Proxy consent
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000345 p.000300: 000946 p.000023: research participants is necessary, the best interests of the vulnerable person should be of the highest importance.
000346 p.000300: 000947 p.000023: Proxy consent should only be used when participants are unable toconsent themselves or where it is legally
000347 p.000300: necessary.
000348 p.000300: 000948 p.000023: Care should be taken when consent cannot be sought from the participants, and it should not be assumed that
000349 p.000300: agreement
000350 p.000300: 000949 p.000023: cannot be sought from children because of their age.
000351 p.000300: 000950 p.000023: When proxy consent is used agreed criteria should be provided to confirm participants fully understands to what they
000352 p.000300: 000951 p.000023: are participating, and criteria identifying signs of participants’ unwillingness to take part or wishing to terminate
000353 p.000300: 000952 p.000023: the research interaction.
000354 p.000300: 000953 p.000023:
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000359 p.000300: 001489 p.000035: Research that may need to be reviewed by NHS Research Ethics Committee or another external ethics committee (if
000360 p.000300: yes,
000361 p.000300: 001490 p.000035: please give brief details as an annex)
000362 p.000300: 001491 p.000035: Will the study involve recruitment of patients or staff through the NHS or the use of NHS data or premises and/or
000363 p.000300: 001492 p.000035: equipment?
000364 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000365 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000366 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000367 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000368 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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000537 p.000300: 001489 p.000035: Research that may need to be reviewed by NHS Research Ethics Committee or another external ethics committee (if
000538 p.000300: yes,
000539 p.000300: 001490 p.000035: please give brief details as an annex)
000540 p.000300: 001491 p.000035: Will the study involve recruitment of patients or staff through the NHS or the use of NHS data or premises and/or
000541 p.000300: 001492 p.000035: equipment?
000542 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000543 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000544 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000545 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000546 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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000924 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
000925 p.000300: 000316 p.000007:
000926 p.000300: ...
000927 p.000300:
000928 p.000300: ...
000929 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000930 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000931 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000932 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000933 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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000955 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
000956 p.000300: 000316 p.000007:
000957 p.000300: ...
000958 p.000300:
000959 p.000300: ...
000960 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000961 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000962 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000963 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000964 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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001024 p.000300: provisions for
001025 p.000300: 001119 p.000027: research (Sections 30-33 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005) in order to be lawful. Intrusive procedures are defined as
001026 p.000300: ...
001027 p.000300:
001028 p.000300: ...
001029 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
001030 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
001031 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
001032 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
001033 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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002229 p.000300: 000946 p.000023: research participants is necessary, the best interests of the vulnerable person should be of the highest importance.
002230 p.000300: 000947 p.000023: Proxy consent should only be used when participants are unable toconsent themselves or where it is legally
002231 p.000300: necessary.
002232 p.000300: 000948 p.000023: Care should be taken when consent cannot be sought from the participants, and it should not be assumed that
002233 p.000300: agreement
002234 p.000300: 000949 p.000023: cannot be sought from children because of their age.
002235 p.000300: 000950 p.000023: When proxy consent is used agreed criteria should be provided to confirm participants fully understands to what they
002236 p.000300: 000951 p.000023: are participating, and criteria identifying signs of participants’ unwillingness to take part or wishing to terminate
002237 p.000300: 000952 p.000023: the research interaction.
002238 p.000300: 000953 p.000023:
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002304 p.000300: 001297 p.000031: research into teenage sexuality or alcohol use). In such circumstances, researchers will need to regard the potential
002305 p.000300: 001298 p.000031: risk to the principal participants of the research as a priority.
002306 p.000300: 001299 p.000031:
002307 p.000300: ...
002308 p.000300: ...
002309 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
002310 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002311 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
002312 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
002313 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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002449 p.000300: 000946 p.000023: research participants is necessary, the best interests of the vulnerable person should be of the highest importance.
002450 p.000300: 000947 p.000023: Proxy consent should only be used when participants are unable toconsent themselves or where it is legally
002451 p.000300: necessary.
002452 p.000300: 000948 p.000023: Care should be taken when consent cannot be sought from the participants, and it should not be assumed that
002453 p.000300: agreement
002454 p.000300: 000949 p.000023: cannot be sought from children because of their age.
002455 p.000300: 000950 p.000023: When proxy consent is used agreed criteria should be provided to confirm participants fully understands to what they
002456 p.000300: 000951 p.000023: are participating, and criteria identifying signs of participants’ unwillingness to take part or wishing to terminate
002457 p.000300: 000952 p.000023: the research interaction.
002458 p.000300: 000953 p.000023:
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002494 p.000300: 001289 p.000031: participants. Passive assent, including group assent (with consent given by a gatekeeper) should be avoided wherever
002495 p.000300: 001290 p.000031: possible, and every effort should be made to develop methods of seeking consent that are appropriate to the groups
002496 p.000300: ...
002497 p.000300:
002498 p.000300: ...
002499 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
002500 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002501 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
002502 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
002503 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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002886 p.000300: 001489 p.000035: Research that may need to be reviewed by NHS Research Ethics Committee or another external ethics committee (if
002887 p.000300: yes,
002888 p.000300: 001490 p.000035: please give brief details as an annex)
002889 p.000300: 001491 p.000035: Will the study involve recruitment of patients or staff through the NHS or the use of NHS data or premises and/or
002890 p.000300: 001492 p.000035: equipment?
002891 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
002892 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002893 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
002894 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
002895 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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004029 p.000300: Appendix
004030 p.000300: Indicator List
004031 p.000300: Indicator Vulnerability
004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
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004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
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General/Other / Impaired Autonomy

Searching for indicator autonomy:

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000332 p.000300: 002119 p.000050:
000333 p.000300: 002120 p.000050:
000334 p.000300: 002121 p.000050:
000335 p.000300: ...
000336 p.000300:
000337 p.000300: General/Other / Diminished Autonomy
000338 p.000300: Searching for indicator age:
000339 p.000300:
000340 p.000300: (return to top)
000341 p.000300: ...
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000367 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000368 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000369 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
000370 p.000300: ...
000371 p.000300:
000372 p.000300: General/Other / Impaired Autonomy
000373 p.000300: Searching for indicator autonomy:
000374 p.000300:
000375 p.000300: (return to top)
000376 p.000300: ...
000377 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000378 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000379 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000380 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000381 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000382 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000383 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000384 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000385 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
000386 p.000300: 000137 p.000003: risk and harm should be mitigated by robust precautions.
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000390 p.000300: 000164 p.000003:
000391 p.000300: 000165 p.000003: • ROs should have clear, transparent and effective procedures for ethics review and governance and appropriate
000392 p.000300: 000166 p.000003: mechanisms for monitoring.
000393 p.000300: 000167 p.000004: 4
000394 p.000300: 000168 p.000004:
000395 p.000300: 000169 p.000004: • Research should be designed in such a way that the dignity and (when possible) the autonomy of research
000396 p.000300: 000170 p.000004: participants is respected and appropriately protected.
000397 p.000300: 000171 p.000004:
000398 p.000300: 000172 p.000004: • Ethics review should always be proportionate to the potentialrisk. Where possible, risks should be minimised; for
000399 p.000300: 000173 p.000004: example, whether the research involves primary data collection or the re-use of existing data.
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000619 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000620 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000621 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000622 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000623 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000624 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000625 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000626 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000627 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
000628 p.000300: ...
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000850 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000851 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000852 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000853 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000854 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000855 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000856 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000857 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000858 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
000859 p.000300: ...
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001102 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
001103 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
001104 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
001105 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
001106 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
001107 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
001108 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
001109 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
001110 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
001111 p.000300: ...
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004029 p.000300: Appendix
004030 p.000300: Indicator List
004031 p.000300: Indicator Vulnerability
004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
004039 p.000300: child Child
004040 p.000300: children Child
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004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
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Searching for indicator diminished autonomy:

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000332 p.000300: 002119 p.000050:
000333 p.000300: 002120 p.000050:
000334 p.000300: 002121 p.000050:
000335 p.000300: ...
000336 p.000300:
000337 p.000300: General/Other / Diminished Autonomy
000338 p.000300: Searching for indicator age:
000339 p.000300:
000340 p.000300: (return to top)
000341 p.000300: ...
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004029 p.000300: Appendix
004030 p.000300: Indicator List
004031 p.000300: Indicator Vulnerability
004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
004039 p.000300: child Child
004040 p.000300: children Child
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004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
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Searching for indicator impaired autonomy:

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000367 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000368 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000369 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
000370 p.000300: ...
000371 p.000300:
000372 p.000300: General/Other / Impaired Autonomy
000373 p.000300: Searching for indicator autonomy:
000374 p.000300:
000375 p.000300: (return to top)
000376 p.000300: ...
000377 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
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004029 p.000300: Appendix
004030 p.000300: Indicator List
004031 p.000300: Indicator Vulnerability
004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
004039 p.000300: child Child
004040 p.000300: children Child
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004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
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General/Other / Incapacitated

Searching for indicator incapacitated:

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000397 p.000300: 000171 p.000004:
000398 p.000300: 000172 p.000004: • Ethics review should always be proportionate to the potentialrisk. Where possible, risks should be minimised; for
000399 p.000300: 000173 p.000004: example, whether the research involves primary data collection or the re-use of existing data.
000400 p.000300: ...
000401 p.000300:
000402 p.000300: General/Other / Incapacitated
000403 p.000300: Searching for indicator incapacity:
000404 p.000300:
000405 p.000300: (return to top)
000406 p.000300: ...
000407 p.000300: 000317 p.000007: • (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents ). Normally this will be a REC recognised by the Secretary of
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004061 p.000300: home Property Ownership
004062 p.000300: illegal Illegal Activity
004063 p.000300: illness Physically Ill
004064 p.000300: impaired Cognitive Impairment
004065 p.000300: impairment Cognitive Impairment
004066 p.000300: incapacity Incapacitated
004067 p.000300: influence Drug Usage
004068 p.000300: justice Breastfeeding Children
004069 p.000300: literate Literacy
004070 p.000300: minor Youth/Minors
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004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
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000162 p.000300: ...
000163 p.000300:
000164 p.000300: ...
000165 p.000300: 001329 p.000032:
000166 p.000300: 001330 p.000032: 2.3 Medical research
000167 p.000300: 001331 p.000032: The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents) states that any medical
000168 p.000300: 001332 p.000032: research or treatment should benefit the individual and such benefit will not be reasonably achieved without the
000169 p.000300: 001333 p.000032: intervention. The past and present wishes of the individual should be taken into account (by any methods of
000170 p.000300: 001334 p.000032: communication), and consent should be obtained by the closest relative or person with relevant powers (egwelfare
000171 p.000300: 001335 p.000032: attorney).
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000360 p.000300: yes,
000361 p.000300: 001490 p.000035: please give brief details as an annex)
000362 p.000300: 001491 p.000035: Will the study involve recruitment of patients or staff through the NHS or the use of NHS data or premises and/or
000363 p.000300: 001492 p.000035: equipment?
000364 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000365 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000366 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000367 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000368 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000369 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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000397 p.000300: 000171 p.000004:
000398 p.000300: 000172 p.000004: • Ethics review should always be proportionate to the potentialrisk. Where possible, risks should be minimised; for
000399 p.000300: 000173 p.000004: example, whether the research involves primary data collection or the re-use of existing data.
000400 p.000300: ...
000401 p.000300:
000402 p.000300: General/Other / Incapacitated
000403 p.000300: Searching for indicator incapacity:
000404 p.000300:
000405 p.000300: (return to top)
000406 p.000300: ...
000407 p.000300: 000317 p.000007: • (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents ). Normally this will be a REC recognised by the Secretary of
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000410 p.000300: 000319 p.000007: Ethics Committees (GAfREC) (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-
000411 p.000300: 000320 p.000007: governance/governance-arrangements-for-research-ethics- committees/#sthash.rH7OVRVy.dpuf). Research
000412 p.000300: conducted in
000413 p.000300: 000321 p.000007: Scotland should be reviewed by the Scotland ‘A’ REC
000414 p.000300: (http://www.nhsresearchscotland.org.uk/226_Research+Ethics.html)
000415 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
000416 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
000417 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
000418 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
000419 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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000424 p.000300: 000886 p.000021: NHS or Social Care services, and such research should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC (see
000425 p.000300: Appendix D).
000426 p.000300: 000887 p.000022: 22
000427 p.000300: 000888 p.000022:
000428 p.000300: 000889 p.000022: In addition, research involving adults who come under the remit of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
000429 p.000300: 000890 p.000022: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents) or the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
000430 p.000300: 000891 p.000022: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents) requires review by a recognised and appropriate REC operating
000431 p.000300: under
000432 p.000300: 000892 p.000022: the GAfREC (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/governance-
000433 p.000300: 000893 p.000022: arrangements-for-research-ethics-committees/) or Scotland ‘A’ REC. For a full list of the research which
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000437 p.000300: 000895 p.000022: Scotland research ethics service (http://www.nhsresearchscotland.org.uk/226_Research+Ethics.html) also provide
000438 p.000300: guidance
000439 p.000300: 000896 p.000022: on the scope of the research provisions under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
000440 p.000300: 000897 p.000022: (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/questions-and- answers-mental-capacity-act-
000441 p.000300: 2005/)
000442 p.000300: 000898 p.000022: and Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents).
000443 p.000300: 000899 p.000022:
000444 p.000300: 000900 p.000022: 1.11 Legal and data protection requirements should be met
000445 p.000300: 000901 p.000022: Data requirements
000446 p.000300: 000902 p.000022: ROs should ensure that appropriate practical arrangements are in place to maintain the integrity and security of
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000451 p.000300: 001108 p.000026: ensure that potential participants have the capacity to understand the consequences (and risks) of
000452 p.000300: 001109 p.000027: 27
000453 p.000300: 001110 p.000027:
000454 p.000300: 001111 p.000027: participating in order to give valid consent. ‘Capacity’ is legally defined under the terms of the MentalCapacity
000455 p.000300: Act
000456 p.000300: 001112 p.000027: 2005 and the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000, and any projects that involve participants who fall under
000457 p.000300: 001113 p.000027: these Acts must be reviewed by a ‘recognised’ REC operating under the GAfREC
000458 p.000300: (http://www.ukbiobank.ac.uk/ethics/) or
000459 p.000300: 001114 p.000027: Scotland ‘A’ REC. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 applies to 16-17 year olds and adults (18 years and over)
000460 p.000300: who lack
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000465 p.000300: the
000466 p.000300: 001118 p.000027: time). ‘Intrusive’ research involving people without capacity to consent should comply with the specific
000467 p.000300: provisions for
000468 p.000300: 001119 p.000027: research (Sections 30-33 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005) in order to be lawful. Intrusive procedures are defined as
000469 p.000300: 001120 p.000027: the ones requiring consent in law, including the use of personal information. Code of Practice under the Adults with
000470 p.000300: 001121 p.000027: Incapacity Act clarifies that ‘an adult does not have impaired capacity simply by virtue of having an addiction,
000471 p.000300: 001122 p.000027: psychotic illness or learning difficulties and disabilities’ (p.6). The Scottish Act states that the wishes of the
000472 p.000300: 001123 p.000027: individual should be taken into account and any intervention should benefit the individual (Section 51 of the Adults
000473 p.000300: 001124 p.000027: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000). The key point for both Acts is that valid consent can only be secured if the
000474 p.000300: 001125 p.000027: participant has capacity to make a decision at the timeconsent is sought. (see Department of Health, Mental
000475 p.000300: Capacity
000476 p.000300: 001126 p.000027: Act 2005 and consent for research
000477 p.000300: 001127 p.000027: (http://www.wales.gov.uk/dhss/publications/health/mentalhealth/mentalcapacityact/2117019
000478 p.000300: 001128 p.000027: /mcaconsente.pdf?lang=en) and Adults with Incapacity Act 2000- Code of Practice, Part 5
000479 p.000300: 001129 p.000027: (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/4)).
000480 p.000300: 001130 p.000027:
000481 p.000300: 001131 p.000027: Is it legitimate to expose some research participants/organisations to risk?
000482 p.000300: 001132 p.000027: This might arise for two reasons. First, as is recognised elsewhere (see Tri-Council of Canada, 2002
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000486 p.000300: 001282 p.000031: gatekeepers where necessary to undertake the research, for example from the relevant public sector organisation to
000487 p.000300: 001283 p.000031: undertake research on public sector property.
000488 p.000300: 001284 p.000031:
000489 p.000300: 001285 p.000031: How do you obtain consent from potentially vulnerable people?
000490 p.000300: 001286 p.000031: In cases where research involves potentially vulnerable groups, for example children, older persons or adults with
000491 p.000300: 001287 p.000031: learning disabilities (for those who fall under the remit of the Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity
000492 p.000300: 001288 p.000031: (Scotland) Act 2000 see below), every effort should be made to secure actively given informed consent from individual
000493 p.000300: 001289 p.000031: participants. Passive assent, including group assent (with consent given by a gatekeeper) should be avoided wherever
000494 p.000300: 001290 p.000031: possible, and every effort should be made to develop methods of seeking consent that are appropriate to the groups
000495 p.000300: 001291 p.000031: being studied, using expert advice, support and training where necessary.
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000501 p.000300: 001296 p.000031: example there may be circumstances where seeking consent from parents could jeopardise the research (for
000502 p.000300: example, in
000503 p.000300: 001297 p.000031: research into teenage sexuality or alcohol use). In such circumstances, researchers will need to regard the potential
000504 p.000300: 001298 p.000031: risk to the principal participants of the research as a priority.
000505 p.000300: 001299 p.000031:
000506 p.000300: 001300 p.000031: How do you obtain consent from participants who fall under the MentalCapacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity
000507 p.000300: 001301 p.000031: (Scotland) Act 2000?
000508 p.000300: 001302 p.000031: In the case of research with adults who lack capacity to make a decision under the terms of the MentalCapacity Act
000509 p.000300: 001303 p.000031: 2005 (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents) and Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
000510 p.000300: 001304 p.000031: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents), these projects must be reviewed by a ‘recognised’ REC or
000511 p.000300: Scotland
000512 p.000300: 001305 p.000031: ‘A’ REC (Code of practice Mental Capacity Act 2005
000513 p.000300: (www.opsi.gov.uk/acts/acts2005/related/ukpgacop_20050009_en.pdf) and
000514 p.000300: 001306 p.000031: Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/0)).
000515 p.000300: 001307 p.000031:
000516 p.000300: 001308 p.000031: The Mental Capacity Act states that researchers should assume that a person has capacity to make a decision;
000517 p.000300: unless
000518 p.000300: 001309 p.000031: there is proof that they do not have capacity to make a specific decision, and that a potential participant must
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000524 p.000300: 001327 p.000032: worker (and thus could not be a personal consultee), such as the person’s GP, social worker or carer, providing
000525 p.000300: they
000526 p.000300: 001328 p.000032: have no connection with the research project.
000527 p.000300: 001329 p.000032:
000528 p.000300: 001330 p.000032: 2.3 Medical research
000529 p.000300: 001331 p.000032: The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents) states that any medical
000530 p.000300: 001332 p.000032: research or treatment should benefit the individual and such benefit will not be reasonably achieved without the
000531 p.000300: 001333 p.000032: intervention. The past and present wishes of the individual should be taken into account (by any methods of
000532 p.000300: 001334 p.000032: communication), and consent should be obtained by the closest relative or person with relevant powers (egwelfare
000533 p.000300: 001335 p.000032: attorney).
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000538 p.000300: yes,
000539 p.000300: 001490 p.000035: please give brief details as an annex)
000540 p.000300: 001491 p.000035: Will the study involve recruitment of patients or staff through the NHS or the use of NHS data or premises and/or
000541 p.000300: 001492 p.000035: equipment?
000542 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000543 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000544 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000545 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000546 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000547 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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000553 p.000300: 001654 p.000039:
000554 p.000300: 001655 p.000039:
000555 p.000300: 001656 p.000039:
000556 p.000300: 001657 p.000039: Does the research involve NHS patients, records, equipment, premises or vulnerable people under the Mental
000557 p.000300: Capacity Act
000558 p.000300: 001658 p.000039: 2005 and Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000?
000559 p.000300: 001659 p.000039:
000560 p.000300: 001660 p.000039:
000561 p.000300: 001661 p.000039:
000562 p.000300: 001662 p.000039:
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000566 p.000300: 001816 p.000043: research), this is especially important.
000567 p.000300: 001817 p.000043:
000568 p.000300: 001818 p.000043: Valid consent: Consent is valid if it meets three conditions: participant has capacity to make a decision; the process
000569 p.000300: 001819 p.000043: is free from coercion; and the consent is informed. For consent to be ‘valid’ the participant must be capable of
000570 p.000300: 001820 p.000043: understanding all the potential risks involved. Where this may be in doubt, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Adults
000571 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
000572 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
000573 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
000574 p.000300: 001824 p.000043:
000575 p.000300: 001825 p.000043:
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000578 p.000300: 001974 p.000047: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/mental-capacity-act-code-of-practice
000579 p.000300: 001975 p.000047: • HRA Mental Capacity Act 2005-Questions and Answers
000580 p.000300: 001976 p.000047: www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/questions-and-answers- mental-capacity-act-2005/
000581 p.000300: 001977 p.000047: • Department of Health Mental Capacity Act and consent for research
000582 p.000300: 001978 p.000047: http://wales.gov.uk/dhss/publications/health/mentalhealth/mentalcapacityact/2117019/m caconsente.pdf?lang=en
000583 p.000300: 001979 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10
000584 p.000300: 001980 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity Act 2000: Code of practice (2010) For practitioners authorised to carry out medical
000585 p.000300: 001981 p.000047: treatment or research under Part 5 of the Act www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/0
000586 p.000300: 001982 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity (Ethics Committee) Scotland Regulations 2002
000587 p.000300: 001983 p.000047: www.legislation.gov.uk/ssi/2002/190/contents/made
000588 p.000300: 001984 p.000047: • Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1974/53
000589 p.000300: 001985 p.000047: • Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions Order 1975)
000590 p.000300: www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/1198/contents/made
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000692 p.000300: 001816 p.000043: research), this is especially important.
000693 p.000300: 001817 p.000043:
000694 p.000300: 001818 p.000043: Valid consent: Consent is valid if it meets three conditions: participant has capacity to make a decision; the process
000695 p.000300: 001819 p.000043: is free from coercion; and the consent is informed. For consent to be ‘valid’ the participant must be capable of
000696 p.000300: 001820 p.000043: understanding all the potential risks involved. Where this may be in doubt, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Adults
000697 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
000698 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
000699 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
000700 p.000300: ...
000701 p.000300:
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000728 p.000300: 000319 p.000007: Ethics Committees (GAfREC) (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-
000729 p.000300: 000320 p.000007: governance/governance-arrangements-for-research-ethics- committees/#sthash.rH7OVRVy.dpuf). Research
000730 p.000300: conducted in
000731 p.000300: 000321 p.000007: Scotland should be reviewed by the Scotland ‘A’ REC
000732 p.000300: (http://www.nhsresearchscotland.org.uk/226_Research+Ethics.html)
000733 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
000734 p.000300: ...
000735 p.000300:
000736 p.000300: ...
000737 p.000300: 000490 p.000012: applications per se. Wherever they are located, RECs should meet the requirements of this FRE, even at department
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000925 p.000300: 000316 p.000007:
000926 p.000300: ...
000927 p.000300:
000928 p.000300: ...
000929 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000930 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000931 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000932 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000933 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000934 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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000956 p.000300: 000316 p.000007:
000957 p.000300: ...
000958 p.000300:
000959 p.000300: ...
000960 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
000961 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000962 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000963 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000964 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000965 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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000979 p.000300: the
000980 p.000300: 001118 p.000027: time). ‘Intrusive’ research involving people without capacity to consent should comply with the specific
000981 p.000300: provisions for
000982 p.000300: 001119 p.000027: research (Sections 30-33 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005) in order to be lawful. Intrusive procedures are defined as
000983 p.000300: 001120 p.000027: the ones requiring consent in law, including the use of personal information. Code of Practice under the Adults with
000984 p.000300: 001121 p.000027: Incapacity Act clarifies that ‘an adult does not have impaired capacity simply by virtue of having an addiction,
000985 p.000300: 001122 p.000027: psychotic illness or learning difficulties and disabilities’ (p.6). The Scottish Act states that the wishes of the
000986 p.000300: 001123 p.000027: individual should be taken into account and any intervention should benefit the individual (Section 51 of the Adults
000987 p.000300: 001124 p.000027: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000). The key point for both Acts is that valid consent can only be secured if the
000988 p.000300: 001125 p.000027: participant has capacity to make a decision at the timeconsent is sought. (see Department of Health, Mental
000989 p.000300: Capacity
000990 p.000300: ...
000991 p.000300:
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001008 p.000300:
001009 p.000300: ...
001010 p.000300: 001110 p.000027:
001011 p.000300: 001111 p.000027: participating in order to give valid consent. ‘Capacity’ is legally defined under the terms of the MentalCapacity
001012 p.000300: Act
001013 p.000300: 001112 p.000027: 2005 and the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000, and any projects that involve participants who fall under
001014 p.000300: 001113 p.000027: these Acts must be reviewed by a ‘recognised’ REC operating under the GAfREC
001015 p.000300: (http://www.ukbiobank.ac.uk/ethics/) or
001016 p.000300: 001114 p.000027: Scotland ‘A’ REC. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 applies to 16-17 year olds and adults (18 years and over)
001017 p.000300: who lack
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001025 p.000300: 001119 p.000027: research (Sections 30-33 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005) in order to be lawful. Intrusive procedures are defined as
001026 p.000300: ...
001027 p.000300:
001028 p.000300: ...
001029 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
001030 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
001031 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
001032 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
001033 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
001034 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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...
001061 p.000300: Health / Drug Usage
001062 p.000300: Searching for indicator drug:
001063 p.000300:
001064 p.000300: (return to top)
001065 p.000300: ...
001066 p.000300: 001112 p.000027: 2005 and the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000, and any projects that involve participants who fall under
001067 p.000300: 001113 p.000027: these Acts must be reviewed by a ‘recognised’ REC operating under the GAfREC
001068 p.000300: (http://www.ukbiobank.ac.uk/ethics/) or
001069 p.000300: 001114 p.000027: Scotland ‘A’ REC. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 applies to 16-17 year olds and adults (18 years and over)
001070 p.000300: who lack
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001075 p.000300: the
001076 p.000300: 001118 p.000027: time). ‘Intrusive’ research involving people without capacity to consent should comply with the specific
001077 p.000300: provisions for
001078 p.000300: 001119 p.000027: research (Sections 30-33 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005) in order to be lawful. Intrusive procedures are defined as
001079 p.000300: 001120 p.000027: the ones requiring consent in law, including the use of personal information. Code of Practice under the Adults with
001080 p.000300: 001121 p.000027: Incapacity Act clarifies that ‘an adult does not have impaired capacity simply by virtue of having an addiction,
001081 p.000300: ...
001082 p.000300:
001083 p.000300: ...
001084 p.000300: 001502 p.000036:
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001175 p.000300: 000319 p.000007: Ethics Committees (GAfREC) (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-
001176 p.000300: 000320 p.000007: governance/governance-arrangements-for-research-ethics- committees/#sthash.rH7OVRVy.dpuf). Research
001177 p.000300: conducted in
001178 p.000300: 000321 p.000007: Scotland should be reviewed by the Scotland ‘A’ REC
001179 p.000300: (http://www.nhsresearchscotland.org.uk/226_Research+Ethics.html)
001180 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
001181 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
001182 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
001183 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
001184 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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001281 p.000300: research
001282 p.000300: ...
001283 p.000300:
001284 p.000300: ...
001285 p.000300: 001120 p.000027: the ones requiring consent in law, including the use of personal information. Code of Practice under the Adults with
001286 p.000300: 001121 p.000027: Incapacity Act clarifies that ‘an adult does not have impaired capacity simply by virtue of having an addiction,
001287 p.000300: 001122 p.000027: psychotic illness or learning difficulties and disabilities’ (p.6). The Scottish Act states that the wishes of the
001288 p.000300: 001123 p.000027: individual should be taken into account and any intervention should benefit the individual (Section 51 of the Adults
001289 p.000300: 001124 p.000027: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000). The key point for both Acts is that valid consent can only be secured if the
001290 p.000300: 001125 p.000027: participant has capacity to make a decision at the timeconsent is sought. (see Department of Health, Mental
001291 p.000300: Capacity
001292 p.000300: 001126 p.000027: Act 2005 and consent for research
001293 p.000300: 001127 p.000027: (http://www.wales.gov.uk/dhss/publications/health/mentalhealth/mentalcapacityact/2117019
001294 p.000300: 001128 p.000027: /mcaconsente.pdf?lang=en) and Adults with Incapacity Act 2000- Code of Practice, Part 5
001295 p.000300: 001129 p.000027: (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/4)).
001296 p.000300: 001130 p.000027:
001297 p.000300: 001131 p.000027: Is it legitimate to expose some research participants/organisations to risk?
001298 p.000300: ...
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001400 p.000300: 001974 p.000047: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/mental-capacity-act-code-of-practice
001401 p.000300: 001975 p.000047: • HRA Mental Capacity Act 2005-Questions and Answers
001402 p.000300: 001976 p.000047: www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/questions-and-answers- mental-capacity-act-2005/
001403 p.000300: 001977 p.000047: • Department of Health Mental Capacity Act and consent for research
001404 p.000300: 001978 p.000047: http://wales.gov.uk/dhss/publications/health/mentalhealth/mentalcapacityact/2117019/m caconsente.pdf?lang=en
001405 p.000300: 001979 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10
001406 p.000300: 001980 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity Act 2000: Code of practice (2010) For practitioners authorised to carry out medical
001407 p.000300: 001981 p.000047: treatment or research under Part 5 of the Act www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/0
001408 p.000300: 001982 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity (Ethics Committee) Scotland Regulations 2002
001409 p.000300: ...
001410 p.000300:
001411 p.000300: Health / Mentally Disabled
001412 p.000300: Searching for indicator disability:
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001429 p.000300: Health / Motherhood/Family
001430 p.000300: Searching for indicator family:
001431 p.000300:
001432 p.000300: (return to top)
001433 p.000300: ...
001434 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
001435 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
001436 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
001437 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
001438 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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001499 p.000300: the
001500 p.000300: 001118 p.000027: time). ‘Intrusive’ research involving people without capacity to consent should comply with the specific
001501 p.000300: provisions for
001502 p.000300: 001119 p.000027: research (Sections 30-33 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005) in order to be lawful. Intrusive procedures are defined as
001503 p.000300: 001120 p.000027: the ones requiring consent in law, including the use of personal information. Code of Practice under the Adults with
001504 p.000300: 001121 p.000027: Incapacity Act clarifies that ‘an adult does not have impaired capacity simply by virtue of having an addiction,
001505 p.000300: 001122 p.000027: psychotic illness or learning difficulties and disabilities’ (p.6). The Scottish Act states that the wishes of the
001506 p.000300: 001123 p.000027: individual should be taken into account and any intervention should benefit the individual (Section 51 of the Adults
001507 p.000300: 001124 p.000027: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000). The key point for both Acts is that valid consent can only be secured if the
001508 p.000300: 001125 p.000027: participant has capacity to make a decision at the timeconsent is sought. (see Department of Health, Mental
001509 p.000300: Capacity
001510 p.000300: 001126 p.000027: Act 2005 and consent for research
001511 p.000300: ...
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001514 p.000300:
001515 p.000300: (return to top)
001516 p.000300: ...
001517 p.000300: 000321 p.000007: Scotland should be reviewed by the Scotland ‘A’ REC
001518 p.000300: (http://www.nhsresearchscotland.org.uk/226_Research+Ethics.html)
001519 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
001520 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
001521 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
001522 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
001523 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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001607 p.000300:
001608 p.000300: (return to top)
001609 p.000300: ...
001610 p.000300: 000321 p.000007: Scotland should be reviewed by the Scotland ‘A’ REC
001611 p.000300: (http://www.nhsresearchscotland.org.uk/226_Research+Ethics.html)
001612 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
001613 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
001614 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
001615 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
001616 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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002285 p.000300: 001282 p.000031: gatekeepers where necessary to undertake the research, for example from the relevant public sector organisation to
002286 p.000300: 001283 p.000031: undertake research on public sector property.
002287 p.000300: 001284 p.000031:
002288 p.000300: 001285 p.000031: How do you obtain consent from potentially vulnerable people?
002289 p.000300: 001286 p.000031: In cases where research involves potentially vulnerable groups, for example children, older persons or adults with
002290 p.000300: 001287 p.000031: learning disabilities (for those who fall under the remit of the Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity
002291 p.000300: 001288 p.000031: (Scotland) Act 2000 see below), every effort should be made to secure actively given informed consent from individual
002292 p.000300: 001289 p.000031: participants. Passive assent, including group assent (with consent given by a gatekeeper) should be avoided wherever
002293 p.000300: 001290 p.000031: possible, and every effort should be made to develop methods of seeking consent that are appropriate to the groups
002294 p.000300: 001291 p.000031: being studied, using expert advice, support and training where necessary.
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002305 p.000300: 001298 p.000031: risk to the principal participants of the research as a priority.
002306 p.000300: 001299 p.000031:
002307 p.000300: ...
002308 p.000300: ...
002309 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
002310 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002311 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
002312 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
002313 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
002314 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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002487 p.000300: 001282 p.000031: gatekeepers where necessary to undertake the research, for example from the relevant public sector organisation to
002488 p.000300: 001283 p.000031: undertake research on public sector property.
002489 p.000300: 001284 p.000031:
002490 p.000300: 001285 p.000031: How do you obtain consent from potentially vulnerable people?
002491 p.000300: 001286 p.000031: In cases where research involves potentially vulnerable groups, for example children, older persons or adults with
002492 p.000300: 001287 p.000031: learning disabilities (for those who fall under the remit of the Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity
002493 p.000300: 001288 p.000031: (Scotland) Act 2000 see below), every effort should be made to secure actively given informed consent from individual
002494 p.000300: 001289 p.000031: participants. Passive assent, including group assent (with consent given by a gatekeeper) should be avoided wherever
002495 p.000300: 001290 p.000031: possible, and every effort should be made to develop methods of seeking consent that are appropriate to the groups
002496 p.000300: ...
002497 p.000300:
002498 p.000300: ...
002499 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
002500 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002501 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
002502 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
002503 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
002504 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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002531 p.000300: 001654 p.000039:
002532 p.000300: 001655 p.000039:
002533 p.000300: 001656 p.000039:
002534 p.000300: 001657 p.000039: Does the research involve NHS patients, records, equipment, premises or vulnerable people under the Mental
002535 p.000300: Capacity Act
002536 p.000300: 001658 p.000039: 2005 and Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000?
002537 p.000300: 001659 p.000039:
002538 p.000300: 001660 p.000039:
002539 p.000300: 001661 p.000039:
002540 p.000300: ...
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002655 p.000300: Social / Ethnicity
002656 p.000300: Searching for indicator ethnic:
002657 p.000300:
002658 p.000300: (return to top)
002659 p.000300: ...
002660 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
002661 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
002662 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
002663 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
002664 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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002770 p.000300: 000886 p.000021: NHS or Social Care services, and such research should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC (see
002771 p.000300: Appendix D).
002772 p.000300: 000887 p.000022: 22
002773 p.000300: 000888 p.000022:
002774 p.000300: 000889 p.000022: In addition, research involving adults who come under the remit of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
002775 p.000300: 000890 p.000022: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents) or the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
002776 p.000300: 000891 p.000022: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents) requires review by a recognised and appropriate REC operating
002777 p.000300: under
002778 p.000300: 000892 p.000022: the GAfREC (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/governance-
002779 p.000300: 000893 p.000022: arrangements-for-research-ethics-committees/) or Scotland ‘A’ REC. For a full list of the research which
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002783 p.000300: 000895 p.000022: Scotland research ethics service (http://www.nhsresearchscotland.org.uk/226_Research+Ethics.html) also provide
002784 p.000300: guidance
002785 p.000300: 000896 p.000022: on the scope of the research provisions under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
002786 p.000300: 000897 p.000022: (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/questions-and- answers-mental-capacity-act-
002787 p.000300: 2005/)
002788 p.000300: 000898 p.000022: and Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents).
002789 p.000300: 000899 p.000022:
002790 p.000300: 000900 p.000022: 1.11 Legal and data protection requirements should be met
002791 p.000300: 000901 p.000022: Data requirements
002792 p.000300: ...
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002800 p.000300: 001108 p.000026: ensure that potential participants have the capacity to understand the consequences (and risks) of
002801 p.000300: 001109 p.000027: 27
002802 p.000300: 001110 p.000027:
002803 p.000300: 001111 p.000027: participating in order to give valid consent. ‘Capacity’ is legally defined under the terms of the MentalCapacity
002804 p.000300: Act
002805 p.000300: 001112 p.000027: 2005 and the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000, and any projects that involve participants who fall under
002806 p.000300: 001113 p.000027: these Acts must be reviewed by a ‘recognised’ REC operating under the GAfREC
002807 p.000300: (http://www.ukbiobank.ac.uk/ethics/) or
002808 p.000300: 001114 p.000027: Scotland ‘A’ REC. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 applies to 16-17 year olds and adults (18 years and over)
002809 p.000300: who lack
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002814 p.000300: the
002815 p.000300: 001118 p.000027: time). ‘Intrusive’ research involving people without capacity to consent should comply with the specific
002816 p.000300: provisions for
002817 p.000300: 001119 p.000027: research (Sections 30-33 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005) in order to be lawful. Intrusive procedures are defined as
002818 p.000300: 001120 p.000027: the ones requiring consent in law, including the use of personal information. Code of Practice under the Adults with
002819 p.000300: 001121 p.000027: Incapacity Act clarifies that ‘an adult does not have impaired capacity simply by virtue of having an addiction,
002820 p.000300: 001122 p.000027: psychotic illness or learning difficulties and disabilities’ (p.6). The Scottish Act states that the wishes of the
002821 p.000300: 001123 p.000027: individual should be taken into account and any intervention should benefit the individual (Section 51 of the Adults
002822 p.000300: 001124 p.000027: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000). The key point for both Acts is that valid consent can only be secured if the
002823 p.000300: 001125 p.000027: participant has capacity to make a decision at the timeconsent is sought. (see Department of Health, Mental
002824 p.000300: Capacity
002825 p.000300: 001126 p.000027: Act 2005 and consent for research
002826 p.000300: 001127 p.000027: (http://www.wales.gov.uk/dhss/publications/health/mentalhealth/mentalcapacityact/2117019
002827 p.000300: 001128 p.000027: /mcaconsente.pdf?lang=en) and Adults with Incapacity Act 2000- Code of Practice, Part 5
002828 p.000300: 001129 p.000027: (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/4)).
002829 p.000300: ...
002830 p.000300:
002831 p.000300: ...
002832 p.000300: 001282 p.000031: gatekeepers where necessary to undertake the research, for example from the relevant public sector organisation to
002833 p.000300: 001283 p.000031: undertake research on public sector property.
002834 p.000300: 001284 p.000031:
002835 p.000300: 001285 p.000031: How do you obtain consent from potentially vulnerable people?
002836 p.000300: 001286 p.000031: In cases where research involves potentially vulnerable groups, for example children, older persons or adults with
002837 p.000300: 001287 p.000031: learning disabilities (for those who fall under the remit of the Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity
002838 p.000300: 001288 p.000031: (Scotland) Act 2000 see below), every effort should be made to secure actively given informed consent from individual
002839 p.000300: 001289 p.000031: participants. Passive assent, including group assent (with consent given by a gatekeeper) should be avoided wherever
002840 p.000300: 001290 p.000031: possible, and every effort should be made to develop methods of seeking consent that are appropriate to the groups
002841 p.000300: 001291 p.000031: being studied, using expert advice, support and training where necessary.
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002847 p.000300: 001296 p.000031: example there may be circumstances where seeking consent from parents could jeopardise the research (for
002848 p.000300: example, in
002849 p.000300: 001297 p.000031: research into teenage sexuality or alcohol use). In such circumstances, researchers will need to regard the potential
002850 p.000300: 001298 p.000031: risk to the principal participants of the research as a priority.
002851 p.000300: 001299 p.000031:
002852 p.000300: 001300 p.000031: How do you obtain consent from participants who fall under the MentalCapacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity
002853 p.000300: 001301 p.000031: (Scotland) Act 2000?
002854 p.000300: 001302 p.000031: In the case of research with adults who lack capacity to make a decision under the terms of the MentalCapacity Act
002855 p.000300: 001303 p.000031: 2005 (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents) and Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
002856 p.000300: 001304 p.000031: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents), these projects must be reviewed by a ‘recognised’ REC or
002857 p.000300: Scotland
002858 p.000300: 001305 p.000031: ‘A’ REC (Code of practice Mental Capacity Act 2005
002859 p.000300: (www.opsi.gov.uk/acts/acts2005/related/ukpgacop_20050009_en.pdf) and
002860 p.000300: 001306 p.000031: Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/0)).
002861 p.000300: 001307 p.000031:
002862 p.000300: 001308 p.000031: The Mental Capacity Act states that researchers should assume that a person has capacity to make a decision;
002863 p.000300: unless
002864 p.000300: 001309 p.000031: there is proof that they do not have capacity to make a specific decision, and that a potential participant must
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002887 p.000300: yes,
002888 p.000300: 001490 p.000035: please give brief details as an annex)
002889 p.000300: 001491 p.000035: Will the study involve recruitment of patients or staff through the NHS or the use of NHS data or premises and/or
002890 p.000300: 001492 p.000035: equipment?
002891 p.000300: 001493 p.000035: Does the study involve participants age 16 or over who are unable to give informedconsent? (eg people with learning
002892 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002893 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
002894 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
002895 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
002896 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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002916 p.000300: 001654 p.000039:
002917 p.000300: 001655 p.000039:
002918 p.000300: 001656 p.000039:
002919 p.000300: 001657 p.000039: Does the research involve NHS patients, records, equipment, premises or vulnerable people under the Mental
002920 p.000300: Capacity Act
002921 p.000300: 001658 p.000039: 2005 and Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000?
002922 p.000300: 001659 p.000039:
002923 p.000300: 001660 p.000039:
002924 p.000300: 001661 p.000039:
002925 p.000300: ...
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002931 p.000300: 001816 p.000043: research), this is especially important.
002932 p.000300: 001817 p.000043:
002933 p.000300: 001818 p.000043: Valid consent: Consent is valid if it meets three conditions: participant has capacity to make a decision; the process
002934 p.000300: 001819 p.000043: is free from coercion; and the consent is informed. For consent to be ‘valid’ the participant must be capable of
002935 p.000300: 001820 p.000043: understanding all the potential risks involved. Where this may be in doubt, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Adults
002936 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
002937 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
002938 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
002939 p.000300: 001824 p.000043:
002940 p.000300: ...
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002951 p.000300: 001974 p.000047: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/mental-capacity-act-code-of-practice
002952 p.000300: 001975 p.000047: • HRA Mental Capacity Act 2005-Questions and Answers
002953 p.000300: 001976 p.000047: www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/questions-and-answers- mental-capacity-act-2005/
002954 p.000300: 001977 p.000047: • Department of Health Mental Capacity Act and consent for research
002955 p.000300: 001978 p.000047: http://wales.gov.uk/dhss/publications/health/mentalhealth/mentalcapacityact/2117019/m caconsente.pdf?lang=en
002956 p.000300: 001979 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10
002957 p.000300: 001980 p.000047: • Adults with Incapacity Act 2000: Code of practice (2010) For practitioners authorised to carry out medical
002958 p.000300: 001981 p.000047: treatment or research under Part 5 of the Act www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/10/20153801/0
002959 p.000300: ...
002960 p.000300: Social / Gender
002961 p.000300: Searching for indicator gender:
002962 p.000300:
002963 p.000300: (return to top)
002964 p.000300: ...
002965 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
002966 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
002967 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
002968 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
002969 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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003485 p.000300: 000886 p.000021: NHS or Social Care services, and such research should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC (see
003486 p.000300: Appendix D).
003487 p.000300: 000887 p.000022: 22
003488 p.000300: 000888 p.000022:
003489 p.000300: 000889 p.000022: In addition, research involving adults who come under the remit of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
003490 p.000300: 000890 p.000022: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents) or the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
003491 p.000300: ...
003492 p.000300:
003493 p.000300: ...
003494 p.000300: 000910 p.000022: ROs should be aware of the limits of the original consent given by participants. Transferring personal data to others
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003655 p.000300: 001327 p.000032: worker (and thus could not be a personal consultee), such as the person’s GP, social worker or carer, providing
003656 p.000300: they
003657 p.000300: 001328 p.000032: have no connection with the research project.
003658 p.000300: 001329 p.000032:
003659 p.000300: 001330 p.000032: 2.3 Medical research
003660 p.000300: 001331 p.000032: The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/contents) states that any medical
003661 p.000300: ...
003662 p.000300:
003663 p.000300: ...
003664 p.000300: 001359 p.000033:
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003958 p.000300: Social / Threat of Violence
003959 p.000300: Searching for indicator violence:
003960 p.000300:
003961 p.000300: (return to top)
003962 p.000300: ...
003963 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
003964 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
003965 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
003966 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
003967 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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003975 p.000300: Social / Victim of Abuse
003976 p.000300: Searching for indicator abuse:
003977 p.000300:
003978 p.000300: (return to top)
003979 p.000300: ...
003980 p.000300: 000322 p.000007: which is operating under The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
003981 p.000300: 000323 p.000008: 8
003982 p.000300: 000324 p.000008:
003983 p.000300: 000325 p.000008: (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2000/4/section/10).
003984 p.000300: 000326 p.000008: • Potentially sensitive topics, for example participants’ sexual behaviour, illegal or political behaviour,
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004061 p.000300: home Property Ownership
004062 p.000300: illegal Illegal Activity
004063 p.000300: illness Physically Ill
004064 p.000300: impaired Cognitive Impairment
004065 p.000300: impairment Cognitive Impairment
004066 p.000300: incapacity Incapacitated
004067 p.000300: influence Drug Usage
004068 p.000300: justice Breastfeeding Children
004069 p.000300: literate Literacy
004070 p.000300: minor Youth/Minors
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004154 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences cultural
004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
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General/Other / Laboratory Staff

Searching for indicator usage:

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000590 p.000300: www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/1198/contents/made
000591 p.000300: 001986 p.000047: • The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2013.
000592 p.000300: ...
000593 p.000300:
000594 p.000300: General/Other / Laboratory Staff
000595 p.000300: Searching for indicator usage:
000596 p.000300:
000597 p.000300: (return to top)
000598 p.000300: ...
000599 p.000300: 001704 p.000040: framework is ethics review of each specific research project by an independentethics committee as well as strategies
000600 p.000300: 001705 p.000040: to update regularly the biobank donor and ongoing withdrawal opportunities. If anything in the framework changes, the
000601 p.000300: 001706 p.000040: participant should re-consent.
000602 p.000300: 001707 p.000040:
000603 p.000300: 001708 p.000040: Controlled data: are data which may be identifiable and thus potentially disclosive but to which access may be granted
000604 p.000300: 001709 p.000040: to users who have been accredited and their data usage has been approved by a relevant Data Access Committee.
000605 p.000300: Data
000606 p.000300: 001710 p.000040: service providers may provide details of their policies regarding access to controlled data, for example the UK Data
000607 p.000300: 001711 p.000040: Service (http://ukdataservice.ac.uk/get-data/data-access-policy/controlled-data.aspx).
000608 p.000300: 001712 p.000040:
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001056 p.000300: 000302 p.000007: disciplinary bodies and ROs to determine whether their project should be subject to a light-touch or full review.
001057 p.000300: 000303 p.000007: However, the REC is expected to ensure that the appropriate ethics review is undertaken. The following section
001058 p.000300: provides
001059 p.000300: ...
001060 p.000300:
001061 p.000300: Health / Drug Usage
001062 p.000300: Searching for indicator drug:
001063 p.000300:
001064 p.000300: (return to top)
001065 p.000300: ...
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002002 p.000300: 001704 p.000040: framework is ethics review of each specific research project by an independentethics committee as well as strategies
002003 p.000300: 001705 p.000040: to update regularly the biobank donor and ongoing withdrawal opportunities. If anything in the framework changes, the
002004 p.000300: 001706 p.000040: participant should re-consent.
002005 p.000300: 001707 p.000040:
002006 p.000300: 001708 p.000040: Controlled data: are data which may be identifiable and thus potentially disclosive but to which access may be granted
002007 p.000300: 001709 p.000040: to users who have been accredited and their data usage has been approved by a relevant Data Access Committee.
002008 p.000300: Data
002009 p.000300: 001710 p.000040: service providers may provide details of their policies regarding access to controlled data, for example the UK Data
002010 p.000300: 001711 p.000040: Service (http://ukdataservice.ac.uk/get-data/data-access-policy/controlled-data.aspx).
002011 p.000300: 001712 p.000040:
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004045 p.000300: culture Cultural Differences
004046 p.000300: deceased Linguistic Proficiency
004047 p.000300: dependence Drug Dependence
004048 p.000300: dependent Dependent
004049 p.000300: disability Mentally Disabled
004050 p.000300: drug Drug Usage
004051 p.000300: economic Economic/Poverty
004052 p.000300: education Educational
004053 p.000300: educational Educational
004054 p.000300: elderly Elderly
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004062 p.000300: illegal Illegal Activity
004063 p.000300: illness Physically Ill
004064 p.000300: impaired Cognitive Impairment
004065 p.000300: impairment Cognitive Impairment
004066 p.000300: incapacity Incapacitated
004067 p.000300: influence Drug Usage
004068 p.000300: justice Breastfeeding Children
004069 p.000300: literate Literacy
004070 p.000300: minor Youth/Minors
004071 p.000300: nursing home In Nursing Home
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004086 p.000300: special Religion
004087 p.000300: student Student
004088 p.000300: threat Threat of Stigma
004089 p.000300: undue influence Undue Influence
004090 p.000300: union Trade Union Membership
004091 p.000300: usage Laboratory Staff
004092 p.000300: violence Threat of Violence
004093 p.000300: vulnerable Child
004094 p.000300: welfare Welfare Recipient
004095 p.000300: women Women
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004155 p.000300: General/Other Cultural Differences culture
004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
004164 p.000300: Health Cadavers cadavers
004165 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive
004166 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive impairment
004167 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment impaired
004168 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment impairment
004169 p.000300: Health Drug Dependence dependence
004170 p.000300: Health Drug Usage drug
004171 p.000300: Health Drug Usage influence
004172 p.000300: Health HIV/AIDS hiv
004173 p.000300: Health Health health
004174 p.000300: Health Mentally Disabled disability
004175 p.000300: Health Motherhood/Family family
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General/Other / Other Country

Searching for indicator vulnerability:

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000005 p.000300: This file was generated: 2020-02-01 15:37:44
000006 p.000300:
000007 p.000300: Trigger
000008 p.000300: Indicators in focus are Peer Indicators (that share the same "Outside" Indicators (those that do NOT share
000009 p.000300: Words/Phrases are
000010 p.000300: typically shown Vulnerability association) are shown the same Vulnerability association) are shown
000011 p.000300: shown highlighted in
000012 p.000300: highlighted in yellow; highlighted in pink; highlighted in green;
000013 p.000300: gray.
000014 p.000300:
000015 p.000300: Link to Appendix (Indicator List, Indicator Peers, Trigger Words, Type/Vulnerability/Indicator Overlay, Document Map)
000016 p.000300:
000017 p.000300:
000018 p.000300: Economic / Economic/Poverty
000019 p.000300: Searching for indicator economic:
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004026 p.000300: 000222 p.000005:
004027 p.000300: 000223 p.000005: • The ESRC’s guidance and information for ESRC-funded students
004028 p.000300: ...
004029 p.000300: Appendix
004030 p.000300: Indicator List
004031 p.000300: Indicator Vulnerability
004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
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004142 p.000300: sensitive
004143 p.000300:
004144 p.000300: vulnerable
004145 p.000300:
004146 p.000300:
004147 p.000300: Applicable Type / Vulnerability / Indicator Overlay for this Input
004148 p.000300: Vulnerability
004149 p.000300: Vulnerability Indicator
004150 p.000300: Type
004151 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty economic
004152 p.000300: Economic Economic/Poverty poor
004153 p.000300: Economic Welfare Recipient welfare
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General/Other / Presence of Coercion

Searching for indicator coercion:

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000376 p.000300: ...
000377 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000378 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000379 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000380 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000381 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000382 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000383 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000384 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000385 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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000564 p.000300:
000565 p.000300: ...
000566 p.000300: 001816 p.000043: research), this is especially important.
000567 p.000300: 001817 p.000043:
000568 p.000300: 001818 p.000043: Valid consent: Consent is valid if it meets three conditions: participant has capacity to make a decision; the process
000569 p.000300: 001819 p.000043: is free from coercion; and the consent is informed. For consent to be ‘valid’ the participant must be capable of
000570 p.000300: 001820 p.000043: understanding all the potential risks involved. Where this may be in doubt, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Adults
000571 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
000572 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
000573 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
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000608 p.000300: 001712 p.000040:
000609 p.000300: 001713 p.000040: Data Custodian (Data Controller): is a person who determines the purposes for which and manner in which any
000610 p.000300: personal
000611 p.000300: ...
000612 p.000300:
000613 p.000300: General/Other / Presence of Coercion
000614 p.000300: Searching for indicator coercion:
000615 p.000300:
000616 p.000300: (return to top)
000617 p.000300: ...
000618 p.000300: 000127 p.000003: 3
000619 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000620 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000621 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000622 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000623 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000624 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000625 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000626 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000627 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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000631 p.000300: 001178 p.000028: should be particularly careful in publishing and using information about third parties.
000632 p.000300: 001179 p.000028:
000633 p.000300: 001180 p.000028: 2.2 Consent
000634 p.000300: 001181 p.000028: What is informed consent?
000635 p.000300: 001182 p.000028: Informed consent entails giving sufficient information about the research and ensuring that there is no explicit or
000636 p.000300: 001183 p.000028: implicit coercion (see below) so that prospective participants can make an informed and free decision on their possible
000637 p.000300: 001184 p.000028: involvement. Information should be provided in a form that is comprehensible and accessible to participants, typically
000638 p.000300: 001185 p.000028: in written form (or in a form that participants can access after the end of the research interaction), and time should
000639 p.000300: 001186 p.000028: be allowed for the participants to consider their choices and to discuss their decision with others if appropriate. The
000640 p.000300: 001187 p.000028: consent forms should be signed off by the research participants to indicateconsent.
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000644 p.000300: 001209 p.000029:
000645 p.000300: 001210 p.000029: In some areas of research, particularly in facilitating biobank research, participants are asked to provide broad
000646 p.000300: 001211 p.000029: consent. This approach means that participants consent to a framework for future research of certain types, not just to
000647 p.000300: 001212 p.000029: consent for a particular project.
000648 p.000300: 001213 p.000029:
000649 p.000300: 001214 p.000029: What does it mean that research participants should participate voluntarily, free from any coercion?
000650 p.000300: 001215 p.000029: In all cases of research, researchers should inform participants of their right to refuse to participate or withdraw
000651 p.000300: 001216 p.000029: from the investigation whenever and for whatever reason they wish. There should be no coercion or undue influence
000652 p.000300: of
000653 p.000300: 001217 p.000029: research participants to take part in the research.
000654 p.000300: 001218 p.000029:
000655 p.000300: 001219 p.000029: Research participants, however, may be given small monetary reimbursement for their time and expenses involved.
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000662 p.000300: 001227 p.000029: (https://www.mrs.org.uk/standards/downloads/2008-01-
000663 p.000300: 001228 p.000029: 18%20Incentives%20and%20Free%20Prize%20Draws.pdf?SESSID=hbt5j57mhnb2vrs0pfsrs2 hma0) has published
000664 p.000300: useful guidelines on
000665 p.000300: 001229 p.000029: using free prize draws. Where children are involved, it is often appropriate to acknowledge their help with personal
000666 p.000300: 001230 p.000029: gifts, for example gift vouchers or gifts to participating schools. Incentives may be permissible, but anything which
000667 p.000300: 001231 p.000029: implies coercion is not.
000668 p.000300: 001232 p.000029:
000669 p.000300: 001233 p.000029:
000670 p.000300: 001234 p.000030: 30
000671 p.000300: 001235 p.000030:
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000676 p.000300: data and
000677 p.000300: 001754 p.000041: records (such as, but not restricted to medical, genetic, financial, personnel, criminal or administrative records and
000678 p.000300: 001755 p.000041: test results including scholastic achievements).
000679 p.000300: 001756 p.000041:
000680 p.000300: 001757 p.000041: Freely-given informed consent: Informed consent entails giving sufficient information about the research and ensuring
000681 p.000300: 001758 p.000041: that there is no explicit or implicit coercion so that prospective participants can make an informed and free decision
000682 p.000300: 001759 p.000041: on their possible involvement. Typically, the information should be provided in written form, time should be allowed
000683 p.000300: 001760 p.000041: for the participants to consider their choices and the forms should be signed off by the research participants to
000684 p.000300: 001761 p.000041: indicate consent. Where participants are not literate, verbal consent may be obtained but this should wherever
000685 p.000300: possible
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000690 p.000300: 001814 p.000043: Transparency in research ethics: The full, accurate, and open disclosure of relevant information is always important.
000691 p.000300: 001815 p.000043: Where the research involves new and innovative methodologies which raise distinctive considerations (eg online
000692 p.000300: 001816 p.000043: research), this is especially important.
000693 p.000300: 001817 p.000043:
000694 p.000300: 001818 p.000043: Valid consent: Consent is valid if it meets three conditions: participant has capacity to make a decision; the process
000695 p.000300: 001819 p.000043: is free from coercion; and the consent is informed. For consent to be ‘valid’ the participant must be capable of
000696 p.000300: 001820 p.000043: understanding all the potential risks involved. Where this may be in doubt, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Adults
000697 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
000698 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
000699 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
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000849 p.000300: 000127 p.000003: 3
000850 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000851 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000852 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000853 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000854 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000855 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000856 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000857 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000858 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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000875 p.000300:
000876 p.000300: ...
000877 p.000300: 001211 p.000029: consent. This approach means that participants consent to a framework for future research of certain types, not just to
000878 p.000300: 001212 p.000029: consent for a particular project.
000879 p.000300: 001213 p.000029:
000880 p.000300: 001214 p.000029: What does it mean that research participants should participate voluntarily, free from any coercion?
000881 p.000300: 001215 p.000029: In all cases of research, researchers should inform participants of their right to refuse to participate or withdraw
000882 p.000300: 001216 p.000029: from the investigation whenever and for whatever reason they wish. There should be no coercion or undue influence
000883 p.000300: of
000884 p.000300: 001217 p.000029: research participants to take part in the research.
000885 p.000300: 001218 p.000029:
000886 p.000300: 001219 p.000029: Research participants, however, may be given small monetary reimbursement for their time and expenses involved.
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001101 p.000300: 000127 p.000003: 3
001102 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
001103 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
001104 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
001105 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
001106 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
001107 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
001108 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
001109 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
001110 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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001127 p.000300:
001128 p.000300: ...
001129 p.000300: 001211 p.000029: consent. This approach means that participants consent to a framework for future research of certain types, not just to
001130 p.000300: 001212 p.000029: consent for a particular project.
001131 p.000300: 001213 p.000029:
001132 p.000300: 001214 p.000029: What does it mean that research participants should participate voluntarily, free from any coercion?
001133 p.000300: 001215 p.000029: In all cases of research, researchers should inform participants of their right to refuse to participate or withdraw
001134 p.000300: 001216 p.000029: from the investigation whenever and for whatever reason they wish. There should be no coercion or undue influence
001135 p.000300: of
001136 p.000300: 001217 p.000029: research participants to take part in the research.
001137 p.000300: 001218 p.000029:
001138 p.000300: 001219 p.000029: Research participants, however, may be given small monetary reimbursement for their time and expenses involved.
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001968 p.000300:
001969 p.000300: ...
001970 p.000300: 001180 p.000028: 2.2 Consent
001971 p.000300: 001181 p.000028: What is informed consent?
001972 p.000300: 001182 p.000028: Informed consent entails giving sufficient information about the research and ensuring that there is no explicit or
001973 p.000300: 001183 p.000028: implicit coercion (see below) so that prospective participants can make an informed and free decision on their possible
001974 p.000300: 001184 p.000028: involvement. Information should be provided in a form that is comprehensible and accessible to participants, typically
001975 p.000300: 001185 p.000028: in written form (or in a form that participants can access after the end of the research interaction), and time should
001976 p.000300: 001186 p.000028: be allowed for the participants to consider their choices and to discuss their decision with others if appropriate. The
001977 p.000300: 001187 p.000028: consent forms should be signed off by the research participants to indicateconsent.
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002272 p.000300: 001227 p.000029: (https://www.mrs.org.uk/standards/downloads/2008-01-
002273 p.000300: 001228 p.000029: 18%20Incentives%20and%20Free%20Prize%20Draws.pdf?SESSID=hbt5j57mhnb2vrs0pfsrs2 hma0) has published
002274 p.000300: useful guidelines on
002275 p.000300: 001229 p.000029: using free prize draws. Where children are involved, it is often appropriate to acknowledge their help with personal
002276 p.000300: 001230 p.000029: gifts, for example gift vouchers or gifts to participating schools. Incentives may be permissible, but anything which
002277 p.000300: 001231 p.000029: implies coercion is not.
002278 p.000300: 001232 p.000029:
002279 p.000300: 001233 p.000029:
002280 p.000300: ...
002281 p.000300:
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002929 p.000300: 001814 p.000043: Transparency in research ethics: The full, accurate, and open disclosure of relevant information is always important.
002930 p.000300: 001815 p.000043: Where the research involves new and innovative methodologies which raise distinctive considerations (eg online
002931 p.000300: 001816 p.000043: research), this is especially important.
002932 p.000300: 001817 p.000043:
002933 p.000300: 001818 p.000043: Valid consent: Consent is valid if it meets three conditions: participant has capacity to make a decision; the process
002934 p.000300: 001819 p.000043: is free from coercion; and the consent is informed. For consent to be ‘valid’ the participant must be capable of
002935 p.000300: 001820 p.000043: understanding all the potential risks involved. Where this may be in doubt, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Adults
002936 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
002937 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
002938 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
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003005 p.000300: data and
003006 p.000300: 001754 p.000041: records (such as, but not restricted to medical, genetic, financial, personnel, criminal or administrative records and
003007 p.000300: 001755 p.000041: test results including scholastic achievements).
003008 p.000300: 001756 p.000041:
003009 p.000300: 001757 p.000041: Freely-given informed consent: Informed consent entails giving sufficient information about the research and ensuring
003010 p.000300: 001758 p.000041: that there is no explicit or implicit coercion so that prospective participants can make an informed and free decision
003011 p.000300: ...
003012 p.000300:
003013 p.000300: Social / LGBTQ+ Status
003014 p.000300: Searching for indicator physically:
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003062 p.000300: ...
003063 p.000300:
003064 p.000300: ...
003065 p.000300: 001756 p.000041:
003066 p.000300: 001757 p.000041: Freely-given informed consent: Informed consent entails giving sufficient information about the research and ensuring
003067 p.000300: 001758 p.000041: that there is no explicit or implicit coercion so that prospective participants can make an informed and free decision
003068 p.000300: 001759 p.000041: on their possible involvement. Typically, the information should be provided in written form, time should be allowed
003069 p.000300: 001760 p.000041: for the participants to consider their choices and the forms should be signed off by the research participants to
003070 p.000300: 001761 p.000041: indicate consent. Where participants are not literate, verbal consent may be obtained but this should wherever
003071 p.000300: possible
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004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
004039 p.000300: child Child
004040 p.000300: children Child
004041 p.000300: coercion Presence of Coercion
004042 p.000300: cognitive Cognitive Impairment
004043 p.000300: cognitive impairment Cognitive Impairment
004044 p.000300: cultural Cultural Differences
004045 p.000300: culture Cultural Differences
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004156 p.000300: General/Other Dependent dependent
004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
004164 p.000300: Health Cadavers cadavers
004165 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive
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000403 p.000300: Searching for indicator incapacity:
000404 p.000300:
000405 p.000300: (return to top)
000406 p.000300: ...
000407 p.000300: 000317 p.000007: • (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents ). Normally this will be a REC recognised by the Secretary of
000408 p.000300: 000318 p.000007: State and Welsh Ministers and operating under the Health Research Authority (HRA) Governance Arrangements for
000409 p.000300: Research
000410 p.000300: 000319 p.000007: Ethics Committees (GAfREC) (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-
000411 p.000300: 000320 p.000007: governance/governance-arrangements-for-research-ethics- committees/#sthash.rH7OVRVy.dpuf). Research
000412 p.000300: conducted in
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000697 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
000698 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
000699 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
000700 p.000300: ...
000701 p.000300:
000702 p.000300: General/Other / Relationship to Authority
000703 p.000300: Searching for indicator authority:
000704 p.000300:
000705 p.000300: (return to top)
000706 p.000300: ...
000707 p.000300: 000267 p.000006:
000708 p.000300: 000268 p.000006: RO policies and procedures for light-touch, expedited and full review should include a clear statement that addresses
000709 p.000300: 000269 p.000006: the following issues:
000710 p.000300: 000270 p.000006:
000711 p.000300: 000271 p.000006: • criteria for identifying research that involves more than minimal risks (see example descriptions below)
000712 p.000300: 000272 p.000006: • the system of review for such research, including the scope of the authority of those to whom responsibility for
000713 p.000300: 000273 p.000006: review has been ‘delegated’
000714 p.000300: 000274 p.000006: • forms and procedures for submitting applications for light-touch, expedited and full review
000715 p.000300: 000275 p.000006: • procedures for reporting decisions to the principal REC
000716 p.000300: 000276 p.000006: • procedures for periodic ad-hoc audit (of light-touch, full and expedited reviews by the principal REC)
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000721 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
000722 p.000300: research
000723 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
000724 p.000300: 000316 p.000007:
000725 p.000300: 000317 p.000007: • (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents ). Normally this will be a REC recognised by the Secretary of
000726 p.000300: 000318 p.000007: State and Welsh Ministers and operating under the Health Research Authority (HRA) Governance Arrangements for
000727 p.000300: Research
000728 p.000300: 000319 p.000007: Ethics Committees (GAfREC) (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-
000729 p.000300: 000320 p.000007: governance/governance-arrangements-for-research-ethics- committees/#sthash.rH7OVRVy.dpuf). Research
000730 p.000300: conducted in
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000738 p.000300: level
000739 p.000300: 000491 p.000012: if this is where the decision to review a project is to be taken. If checklists are used to identify the type of review
000740 p.000300: 000492 p.000012: required, the checklists may, if necessary, be overseen by an independent review body at faculty, school or department
000741 p.000300: 000493 p.000012: level.
000742 p.000300: 000494 p.000012:
000743 p.000300: 000495 p.000012: The authority of a REC should be delegated through the RO’s usual governance mechanisms. It should report to
000744 p.000300: the
000745 p.000300: 000496 p.000012: appropriate RO authority. In defining a REC’s mandate and authority, the organisation should make clear the
000746 p.000300: 000497 p.000012: jurisdiction of a REC and its relationship to other relevant bodies or authorities both within and outside the RO.
000747 p.000300: 000498 p.000012:
000748 p.000300: 000499 p.000012: ROs are expected to monitor the operation of RECs for which they are responsible and the decisions they take in
000749 p.000300: 000500 p.000012: relation to social science proposals, according to the standards and guidelines set out here.
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000755 p.000300: 000533 p.000013: supportive reflection that promotes mutual learning for researchers and REC members. RECs are responsible for
000756 p.000300: reviewing
000757 p.000300: 000534 p.000013: all research involving human participants and personal data conducted under their auspices and undertaken by
000758 p.000300: 000535 p.000013: individuals employed by the organisation that does not come under the remit of the UK Health Departments and
000759 p.000300: Health
000760 p.000300: 000536 p.000013: Research Authority (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/). RECs should review research proposals in a way that is independent,
000761 p.000300: 000537 p.000013: competent and timely. In some circumstances RECs may authorise other sub-committees or their chair to conduct
000762 p.000300: reviews
000763 p.000300: 000538 p.000013: on research involving minimal risk on their behalf. These sub-committees and chair will have no conflicts of interest
000764 p.000300: 000539 p.000013: with the project and will be accountable to the REC and through it to the appropriate organisational authorities for
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000769 p.000300: 001334 p.000032: communication), and consent should be obtained by the closest relative or person with relevant powers (egwelfare
000770 p.000300: 001335 p.000032: attorney).
000771 p.000300: 001336 p.000032:
000772 p.000300: 001337 p.000032: What happens when research involves tissue samples (including blood)?
000773 p.000300: 001338 p.000032: UK research involving human tissue (including blood) is subject to the Human Tissue Act 2004, or The Human Tissue
000774 p.000300: 001339 p.000032: (Scotland) Act 2006, and should adhere to the Codes of Practice issued by the Human Tissue Authority. Ethics
000775 p.000300: review
000776 p.000300: 001340 p.000032: should be obtained from a REC operating to the standards set out in the governance arrangements issued by the UK
000777 p.000300: Health
000778 p.000300: 001341 p.000032: Departments or other ethics committees for clinical trials of investigational medicinal products recognised by the
000779 p.000300: 001342 p.000032: United Kingdom Ethics Committee Authority (UKECA).
000780 p.000300: 001343 p.000032:
000781 p.000300: 001344 p.000032: Where research involves the need to secure tissue samples (including blood), participants should be informed of their
000782 p.000300: 001345 p.000032: rights over such samples and data derived from them, especially whether they have or do not have the right to retrieve
000783 p.000300: 001346 p.000032: such samples.
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000787 p.000300: 001890 p.000045: • Department for Business, Innovation and Skills– Universal ethical code for scientists (2007)
000788 p.000300: 001891 p.000045: www.gov.uk/government/publications/universal-ethical-code-for-scientists
000789 p.000300: 001892 p.000045: • Ethical Research Involving Children (ERIC) www.childethics.com/
000790 p.000300: 001893 p.000045: • European Science Foundation (2011). European code of Conduct for Research Integrity
000791 p.000300: 001894 p.000045: www.esf.org/fileadmin/Public_documents/Publications/Code_Conduct_ResearchIntegri ty.pdf
000792 p.000300: 001895 p.000045: • Human Tissue Authority (2014). Code of Practice
000793 p.000300: www.hta.gov.uk/policiesandcodesofpractice/codesofpractice.cfm
000794 p.000300: 001896 p.000045: • International Visual Sociology Association (2009). Code of Research Ethics and Guidelines
000795 p.000300: 001897 p.000045: http://visualsociology.org/about/ethics-and-guidelines.html
000796 p.000300: 001898 p.000045: • Market Research Society (2014). Code of Conduct https://www.mrs.org.uk/standards/code_of_conduct/
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000801 p.000300: 001906 p.000045: www.ucea.ac.uk/en/publications/index.cfm/guidance-on-health-and-safety- in-fieldwork
000802 p.000300: 001907 p.000045: • University of Durham and National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCP) (2012) Community-based
000803 p.000300: 001908 p.000045: participatory research. A guide to ethical principles and practice.
000804 p.000300: 001909 p.000045: https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/beacon/CBPREthicsGuidewebNovember20121.pdf
000805 p.000300: 001910 p.000045:
000806 p.000300: 001911 p.000045: Health research authority and NHS Research
000807 p.000300: 001912 p.000045: • Health Research Authority (HRA) www.hra.nhs.uk/
000808 p.000300: 001913 p.000045: • HRA guidance for applicants and research community www.hra.nhs.uk/research- community/
000809 p.000300: 001914 p.000045: • HRA decision tool (MRC/HRA): www.hra-decisiontools.org.uk/ethics
000810 p.000300: 001915 p.000045: • HRA Application process Flowchart www.hra.nhs.uk/documents/2014/05/rec-
000811 p.000300: 001916 p.000045: application-process-flowchart-v6-0-19-may-2014.pdf
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000816 p.000300: 001926 p.000046: • Department of Health (2011). Governance arrangements for research ethics committees: a harmonised edition
000817 p.000300: (updated
000818 p.000300: 001927 p.000046: April 2012) www.gov.uk/government/publications/health-research-ethics-committees-governance- arrangements
000819 p.000300: 001928 p.000046: • UK Health Departments, Research Governance Frameworks
000820 p.000300: 001929 p.000046: www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/research-governance- frameworks/
000821 p.000300: 001930 p.000046: • Health Research Authority, Standard Operating Procedures for Research Ethics Committees (2015)
000822 p.000300: 001931 p.000046: http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and- governance/standard-operating-procedures/
000823 p.000300: 001932 p.000046: • The Ministry of Defense Research Ethics Committees (MODREC)
000824 p.000300: www.science.mod.uk/engagement/modrec/modrec.aspx
000825 p.000300: 001933 p.000046: • Social Care Research Ethics Committee www.screc.org.uk
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000831 p.000300: 002079 p.000049: This research project will be conducted with full compliance of research ethics norms, and more specifically the codes
000832 p.000300: 002080 p.000049: and practices established in the British Sociological Association's Statement of Ethical Practice and the LSE Research
000833 p.000300: 002081 p.000049: Ethics Policy. The research will involve human participants, commencing with a face-to-face/ door-to-door survey of
000834 p.000300: the
000835 p.000300: 002082 p.000049: proprietors of each of the streets. In the second year of study, focus group workshops will be held with local
000836 p.000300: 002083 p.000049: authority officers and members, and trade associations and relevant local organisations associated with each street.
000837 p.000300: As
000838 p.000300: 002084 p.000049: principal investigator I will take core responsibility to explain, in appropriate detail, what the research is about to
000839 p.000300: 002085 p.000049: participants. Every research participant will be given a one-page 'project information sheet' that outlines the purpose
000840 p.000300: 002086 p.000049: of the study, who is undertaking and financing the study, and
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001168 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
001169 p.000300: research
001170 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
001171 p.000300: 000316 p.000007:
001172 p.000300: 000317 p.000007: • (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents ). Normally this will be a REC recognised by the Secretary of
001173 p.000300: 000318 p.000007: State and Welsh Ministers and operating under the Health Research Authority (HRA) Governance Arrangements for
001174 p.000300: Research
001175 p.000300: 000319 p.000007: Ethics Committees (GAfREC) (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-
001176 p.000300: 000320 p.000007: governance/governance-arrangements-for-research-ethics- committees/#sthash.rH7OVRVy.dpuf). Research
001177 p.000300: conducted in
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001213 p.000300: 000533 p.000013: supportive reflection that promotes mutual learning for researchers and REC members. RECs are responsible for
001214 p.000300: reviewing
001215 p.000300: 000534 p.000013: all research involving human participants and personal data conducted under their auspices and undertaken by
001216 p.000300: 000535 p.000013: individuals employed by the organisation that does not come under the remit of the UK Health Departments and
001217 p.000300: Health
001218 p.000300: 000536 p.000013: Research Authority (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/). RECs should review research proposals in a way that is independent,
001219 p.000300: 000537 p.000013: competent and timely. In some circumstances RECs may authorise other sub-committees or their chair to conduct
001220 p.000300: reviews
001221 p.000300: 000538 p.000013: on research involving minimal risk on their behalf. These sub-committees and chair will have no conflicts of interest
001222 p.000300: 000539 p.000013: with the project and will be accountable to the REC and through it to the appropriate organisational authorities for
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001300 p.000300: ...
001301 p.000300: 001335 p.000032: attorney).
001302 p.000300: 001336 p.000032:
001303 p.000300: 001337 p.000032: What happens when research involves tissue samples (including blood)?
001304 p.000300: 001338 p.000032: UK research involving human tissue (including blood) is subject to the Human Tissue Act 2004, or The Human Tissue
001305 p.000300: 001339 p.000032: (Scotland) Act 2006, and should adhere to the Codes of Practice issued by the Human Tissue Authority. Ethics
001306 p.000300: review
001307 p.000300: 001340 p.000032: should be obtained from a REC operating to the standards set out in the governance arrangements issued by the UK
001308 p.000300: Health
001309 p.000300: 001341 p.000032: Departments or other ethics committees for clinical trials of investigational medicinal products recognised by the
001310 p.000300: 001342 p.000032: United Kingdom Ethics Committee Authority (UKECA).
001311 p.000300: 001343 p.000032:
001312 p.000300: 001344 p.000032: Where research involves the need to secure tissue samples (including blood), participants should be informed of their
001313 p.000300: ...
001314 p.000300:
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001351 p.000300: 001906 p.000045: www.ucea.ac.uk/en/publications/index.cfm/guidance-on-health-and-safety- in-fieldwork
001352 p.000300: 001907 p.000045: • University of Durham and National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCP) (2012) Community-based
001353 p.000300: 001908 p.000045: participatory research. A guide to ethical principles and practice.
001354 p.000300: 001909 p.000045: https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/beacon/CBPREthicsGuidewebNovember20121.pdf
001355 p.000300: 001910 p.000045:
001356 p.000300: 001911 p.000045: Health research authority and NHS Research
001357 p.000300: 001912 p.000045: • Health Research Authority (HRA) www.hra.nhs.uk/
001358 p.000300: 001913 p.000045: • HRA guidance for applicants and research community www.hra.nhs.uk/research- community/
001359 p.000300: 001914 p.000045: • HRA decision tool (MRC/HRA): www.hra-decisiontools.org.uk/ethics
001360 p.000300: 001915 p.000045: • HRA Application process Flowchart www.hra.nhs.uk/documents/2014/05/rec-
001361 p.000300: 001916 p.000045: application-process-flowchart-v6-0-19-may-2014.pdf
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001370 p.000300: 001926 p.000046: • Department of Health (2011). Governance arrangements for research ethics committees: a harmonised edition
001371 p.000300: (updated
001372 p.000300: 001927 p.000046: April 2012) www.gov.uk/government/publications/health-research-ethics-committees-governance- arrangements
001373 p.000300: 001928 p.000046: • UK Health Departments, Research Governance Frameworks
001374 p.000300: 001929 p.000046: www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/research-governance- frameworks/
001375 p.000300: 001930 p.000046: • Health Research Authority, Standard Operating Procedures for Research Ethics Committees (2015)
001376 p.000300: 001931 p.000046: http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and- governance/standard-operating-procedures/
001377 p.000300: 001932 p.000046: • The Ministry of Defense Research Ethics Committees (MODREC)
001378 p.000300: www.science.mod.uk/engagement/modrec/modrec.aspx
001379 p.000300: 001933 p.000046: • Social Care Research Ethics Committee www.screc.org.uk
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002352 p.000300: 001890 p.000045: • Department for Business, Innovation and Skills– Universal ethical code for scientists (2007)
002353 p.000300: 001891 p.000045: www.gov.uk/government/publications/universal-ethical-code-for-scientists
002354 p.000300: 001892 p.000045: • Ethical Research Involving Children (ERIC) www.childethics.com/
002355 p.000300: 001893 p.000045: • European Science Foundation (2011). European code of Conduct for Research Integrity
002356 p.000300: 001894 p.000045: www.esf.org/fileadmin/Public_documents/Publications/Code_Conduct_ResearchIntegri ty.pdf
002357 p.000300: 001895 p.000045: • Human Tissue Authority (2014). Code of Practice
002358 p.000300: www.hta.gov.uk/policiesandcodesofpractice/codesofpractice.cfm
002359 p.000300: 001896 p.000045: • International Visual Sociology Association (2009). Code of Research Ethics and Guidelines
002360 p.000300: ...
002361 p.000300:
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002744 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
002745 p.000300: research
002746 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
002747 p.000300: 000316 p.000007:
002748 p.000300: 000317 p.000007: • (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2005/9/contents ). Normally this will be a REC recognised by the Secretary of
002749 p.000300: 000318 p.000007: State and Welsh Ministers and operating under the Health Research Authority (HRA) Governance Arrangements for
002750 p.000300: Research
002751 p.000300: 000319 p.000007: Ethics Committees (GAfREC) (http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-
002752 p.000300: ...
002753 p.000300:
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003399 p.000300: 000471 p.000011:
003400 p.000300: 000472 p.000011: Research that involves anonymised records and datasets that exist in the public domain may only require a light-touch
003401 p.000300: ...
003402 p.000300:
003403 p.000300: ...
003404 p.000300: 000495 p.000012: The authority of a REC should be delegated through the RO’s usual governance mechanisms. It should report to
003405 p.000300: the
003406 p.000300: 000496 p.000012: appropriate RO authority. In defining a REC’s mandate and authority, the organisation should make clear the
003407 p.000300: 000497 p.000012: jurisdiction of a REC and its relationship to other relevant bodies or authorities both within and outside the RO.
003408 p.000300: 000498 p.000012:
003409 p.000300: 000499 p.000012: ROs are expected to monitor the operation of RECs for which they are responsible and the decisions they take in
003410 p.000300: 000500 p.000012: relation to social science proposals, according to the standards and guidelines set out here.
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003765 p.000300: ...
003766 p.000300:
003767 p.000300: ...
003768 p.000300: 001928 p.000046: • UK Health Departments, Research Governance Frameworks
003769 p.000300: 001929 p.000046: www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and-governance/research-governance- frameworks/
003770 p.000300: 001930 p.000046: • Health Research Authority, Standard Operating Procedures for Research Ethics Committees (2015)
003771 p.000300: 001931 p.000046: http://www.hra.nhs.uk/resources/research-legislation-and- governance/standard-operating-procedures/
003772 p.000300: 001932 p.000046: • The Ministry of Defense Research Ethics Committees (MODREC)
003773 p.000300: www.science.mod.uk/engagement/modrec/modrec.aspx
003774 p.000300: 001933 p.000046: • Social Care Research Ethics Committee www.screc.org.uk
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004030 p.000300: Indicator List
004031 p.000300: Indicator Vulnerability
004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
004039 p.000300: child Child
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004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
004164 p.000300: Health Cadavers cadavers
004165 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive
004166 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive impairment
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000697 p.000300: 001821 p.000043: with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 may apply (see Appendix D).
000698 p.000300: 001822 p.000043:
000699 p.000300: 001823 p.000043:
000700 p.000300: ...
000701 p.000300:
000702 p.000300: General/Other / Relationship to Authority
000703 p.000300: Searching for indicator authority:
000704 p.000300:
000705 p.000300: (return to top)
000706 p.000300: ...
000707 p.000300: 000267 p.000006:
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004030 p.000300: Indicator List
004031 p.000300: Indicator Vulnerability
004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
004039 p.000300: child Child
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004157 p.000300: General/Other Diminished Autonomy age
004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
004164 p.000300: Health Cadavers cadavers
004165 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive
004166 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive impairment
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General/Other / Undue Influence

Searching for indicator undue influence:

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000376 p.000300: ...
000377 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000378 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000379 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000380 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000381 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000382 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000383 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000384 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000385 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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000618 p.000300: 000127 p.000003: 3
000619 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000620 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000621 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000622 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000623 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000624 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000625 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000626 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000627 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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000646 p.000300: 001211 p.000029: consent. This approach means that participants consent to a framework for future research of certain types, not just to
000647 p.000300: 001212 p.000029: consent for a particular project.
000648 p.000300: 001213 p.000029:
000649 p.000300: 001214 p.000029: What does it mean that research participants should participate voluntarily, free from any coercion?
000650 p.000300: 001215 p.000029: In all cases of research, researchers should inform participants of their right to refuse to participate or withdraw
000651 p.000300: 001216 p.000029: from the investigation whenever and for whatever reason they wish. There should be no coercion or undue influence
000652 p.000300: of
000653 p.000300: 001217 p.000029: research participants to take part in the research.
000654 p.000300: 001218 p.000029:
000655 p.000300: 001219 p.000029: Research participants, however, may be given small monetary reimbursement for their time and expenses involved.
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000839 p.000300: 002085 p.000049: participants. Every research participant will be given a one-page 'project information sheet' that outlines the purpose
000840 p.000300: 002086 p.000049: of the study, who is undertaking and financing the study, and
000841 p.000300: 002087 p.000050: 50
000842 p.000300: ...
000843 p.000300:
000844 p.000300: General/Other / Undue Influence
000845 p.000300: Searching for indicator undue influence:
000846 p.000300:
000847 p.000300: (return to top)
000848 p.000300: ...
000849 p.000300: 000127 p.000003: 3
000850 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
000851 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
000852 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
000853 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
000854 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
000855 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
000856 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
000857 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
000858 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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000862 p.000300: 000499 p.000012: ROs are expected to monitor the operation of RECs for which they are responsible and the decisions they take in
000863 p.000300: 000500 p.000012: relation to social science proposals, according to the standards and guidelines set out here.
000864 p.000300: 000501 p.000012:
000865 p.000300: 000502 p.000012: Independence of Research Ethics Committees
000866 p.000300: 000503 p.000012: ROs are responsible for ensuring that the RECs within their organisation act independently. They should be free from
000867 p.000300: 000504 p.000012: bias and undue influence from the RO in which they are located, from the researchers whose proposals they consider
000868 p.000300: and
000869 p.000300: 000505 p.000012: from the personal or financial interests of their members. The independence of a REC is founded on their membership,
000870 p.000300: on
000871 p.000300: 000506 p.000012: strict rules regarding conflict of interests and on regular monitoring of and accountability for their decisions.
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000877 p.000300: 001211 p.000029: consent. This approach means that participants consent to a framework for future research of certain types, not just to
000878 p.000300: 001212 p.000029: consent for a particular project.
000879 p.000300: 001213 p.000029:
000880 p.000300: 001214 p.000029: What does it mean that research participants should participate voluntarily, free from any coercion?
000881 p.000300: 001215 p.000029: In all cases of research, researchers should inform participants of their right to refuse to participate or withdraw
000882 p.000300: 001216 p.000029: from the investigation whenever and for whatever reason they wish. There should be no coercion or undue influence
000883 p.000300: of
000884 p.000300: 001217 p.000029: research participants to take part in the research.
000885 p.000300: 001218 p.000029:
000886 p.000300: 001219 p.000029: Research participants, however, may be given small monetary reimbursement for their time and expenses involved.
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001101 p.000300: 000127 p.000003: 3
001102 p.000300: 000128 p.000003:
001103 p.000300: 000129 p.000003: Our principles and expectations for ethical research
001104 p.000300: 000130 p.000003: There are six key principles of ethical research that we expect to be addressed:
001105 p.000300: 000131 p.000003:
001106 p.000300: 000132 p.000003: • Research participants should take part voluntarily, free from any coercion or undue influence, and their rights,
001107 p.000300: 000133 p.000003: dignity and (when possible) autonomy should be respected and appropriately protected.
001108 p.000300: 000134 p.000003:
001109 p.000300: 000135 p.000003: • Research should be worthwhile and provide value that outweighs any risk or harm. Researchers should aim to
001110 p.000300: 000136 p.000003: maximise the benefit of the research and minimise potential risk of harm to participants and researchers. All potential
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001114 p.000300: 000499 p.000012: ROs are expected to monitor the operation of RECs for which they are responsible and the decisions they take in
001115 p.000300: 000500 p.000012: relation to social science proposals, according to the standards and guidelines set out here.
001116 p.000300: 000501 p.000012:
001117 p.000300: 000502 p.000012: Independence of Research Ethics Committees
001118 p.000300: 000503 p.000012: ROs are responsible for ensuring that the RECs within their organisation act independently. They should be free from
001119 p.000300: 000504 p.000012: bias and undue influence from the RO in which they are located, from the researchers whose proposals they consider
001120 p.000300: and
001121 p.000300: 000505 p.000012: from the personal or financial interests of their members. The independence of a REC is founded on their membership,
001122 p.000300: on
001123 p.000300: 000506 p.000012: strict rules regarding conflict of interests and on regular monitoring of and accountability for their decisions.
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001129 p.000300: 001211 p.000029: consent. This approach means that participants consent to a framework for future research of certain types, not just to
001130 p.000300: 001212 p.000029: consent for a particular project.
001131 p.000300: 001213 p.000029:
001132 p.000300: 001214 p.000029: What does it mean that research participants should participate voluntarily, free from any coercion?
001133 p.000300: 001215 p.000029: In all cases of research, researchers should inform participants of their right to refuse to participate or withdraw
001134 p.000300: 001216 p.000029: from the investigation whenever and for whatever reason they wish. There should be no coercion or undue influence
001135 p.000300: of
001136 p.000300: 001217 p.000029: research participants to take part in the research.
001137 p.000300: 001218 p.000029:
001138 p.000300: 001219 p.000029: Research participants, however, may be given small monetary reimbursement for their time and expenses involved.
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003409 p.000300: 000499 p.000012: ROs are expected to monitor the operation of RECs for which they are responsible and the decisions they take in
003410 p.000300: 000500 p.000012: relation to social science proposals, according to the standards and guidelines set out here.
003411 p.000300: 000501 p.000012:
003412 p.000300: 000502 p.000012: Independence of Research Ethics Committees
003413 p.000300: 000503 p.000012: ROs are responsible for ensuring that the RECs within their organisation act independently. They should be free from
003414 p.000300: 000504 p.000012: bias and undue influence from the RO in which they are located, from the researchers whose proposals they consider
003415 p.000300: and
003416 p.000300: ...
003417 p.000300:
003418 p.000300: ...
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004084 p.000300:
004085 p.000300: social Social
004086 p.000300: special Religion
004087 p.000300: student Student
004088 p.000300: threat Threat of Stigma
004089 p.000300: undue influence Undue Influence
004090 p.000300: union Trade Union Membership
004091 p.000300: usage Laboratory Staff
004092 p.000300: violence Threat of Violence
004093 p.000300: vulnerable Child
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004158 p.000300: General/Other Impaired Autonomy autonomy
004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
004164 p.000300: Health Cadavers cadavers
004165 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive
004166 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive impairment
004167 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment impaired
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Health / Cadavers

Searching for indicator cadavers:

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000670 p.000300: 001234 p.000030: 30
000671 p.000300: 001235 p.000030:
000672 p.000300: ...
000673 p.000300:
000674 p.000300: ...
000675 p.000300: 001753 p.000041: died (cadavers, human remains and body parts), embryos and fetuses, human tissue and bodily fluids, and human
000676 p.000300: data and
000677 p.000300: 001754 p.000041: records (such as, but not restricted to medical, genetic, financial, personnel, criminal or administrative records and
000678 p.000300: 001755 p.000041: test results including scholastic achievements).
000679 p.000300: 001756 p.000041:
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000886 p.000300: 001219 p.000029: Research participants, however, may be given small monetary reimbursement for their time and expenses involved.
000887 p.000300: Payment
000888 p.000300: 001220 p.000029: should not override the principles of freely given and fully informed consent. Participants should know before they
000889 p.000300: ...
000890 p.000300:
000891 p.000300: Health / Cadavers
000892 p.000300: Searching for indicator cadavers:
000893 p.000300:
000894 p.000300: (return to top)
000895 p.000300: ...
000896 p.000300: 001748 p.000041: Expedited review: In exceptional circumstances, it may be necessary for a proposal involving possible risk of harm to
000897 p.000300: 001749 p.000041: receive a full review at short notice. An expedited review is carried out by one or more members of a Research Ethics
000898 p.000300: 001750 p.000041: Committee (REC), commonly its chair, and not by a member of the department due to carry out the research.
000899 p.000300: 001751 p.000041:
000900 p.000300: 001752 p.000041: Human participants: Human participants are defined as including living human beings, human beings who have
000901 p.000300: recently
000902 p.000300: 001753 p.000041: died (cadavers, human remains and body parts), embryos and fetuses, human tissue and bodily fluids, and human
000903 p.000300: data and
000904 p.000300: 001754 p.000041: records (such as, but not restricted to medical, genetic, financial, personnel, criminal or administrative records and
000905 p.000300: 001755 p.000041: test results including scholastic achievements).
000906 p.000300: 001756 p.000041:
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002999 p.000300: 001749 p.000041: receive a full review at short notice. An expedited review is carried out by one or more members of a Research Ethics
003000 p.000300: 001750 p.000041: Committee (REC), commonly its chair, and not by a member of the department due to carry out the research.
003001 p.000300: 001751 p.000041:
003002 p.000300: 001752 p.000041: Human participants: Human participants are defined as including living human beings, human beings who have
003003 p.000300: recently
003004 p.000300: 001753 p.000041: died (cadavers, human remains and body parts), embryos and fetuses, human tissue and bodily fluids, and human
003005 p.000300: data and
003006 p.000300: 001754 p.000041: records (such as, but not restricted to medical, genetic, financial, personnel, criminal or administrative records and
003007 p.000300: 001755 p.000041: test results including scholastic achievements).
003008 p.000300: 001756 p.000041:
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004032 p.000300: abuse Victim of Abuse
004033 p.000300: access Access to Social Goods
004034 p.000300: age Diminished Autonomy
004035 p.000300: authority Relationship to Authority
004036 p.000300: autonomy Impaired Autonomy
004037 p.000300: cadavers Cadavers
004038 p.000300: capacity Fetus/Neonate
004039 p.000300: child Child
004040 p.000300: children Child
004041 p.000300: coercion Presence of Coercion
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004159 p.000300: General/Other Incapacitated incapacity
004160 p.000300: General/Other Laboratory Staff usage
004161 p.000300: General/Other Presence of Coercion coercion
004162 p.000300: General/Other Relationship to Authority authority
004163 p.000300: General/Other Undue Influence undue influence
004164 p.000300: Health Cadavers cadavers
004165 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive
004166 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment cognitive impairment
004167 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment impaired
004168 p.000300: Health Cognitive Impairment impairment
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Health / Cognitive Impairment

Searching for indicator cognitive:

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000280 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
000281 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
000282 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
000283 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
000284 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
000285 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
000286 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
000287 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
000288 p.000300: research
000289 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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000543 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000544 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000545 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000546 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000547 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
000548 p.000300: 001498 p.000035: Does the research involve other potentially vulnerable groups: children, those with cognitive impairment, or those in
000549 p.000300: ...
000550 p.000300:
000551 p.000300: ...
000552 p.000300: 001653 p.000039: review by department REC
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000905 p.000300: 001755 p.000041: test results including scholastic achievements).
000906 p.000300: 001756 p.000041:
000907 p.000300: 001757 p.000041: Freely-given informed consent: Informed consent entails giving sufficient information about the research and ensuring
000908 p.000300: ...
000909 p.000300:
000910 p.000300: Health / Cognitive Impairment
000911 p.000300: Searching for indicator cognitive:
000912 p.000300:
000913 p.000300: (return to top)
000914 p.000300: ...
000915 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
000916 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
000917 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
000918 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
000919 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
000920 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
000921 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
000922 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
000923 p.000300: research
000924 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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000930 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000931 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000932 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000933 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000934 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
000935 p.000300: 001498 p.000035: Does the research involve other potentially vulnerable groups: children, those with cognitive impairment, or those in
000936 p.000300: 001499 p.000035: unequal relationships? (eg your own students)
000937 p.000300: 001500 p.000035: Will the study require the co-operation of a gatekeeper for initial
000938 p.000300: 001501 p.000036: 36
000939 p.000300: 001502 p.000036:
000940 p.000300: ...
000941 p.000300:
000942 p.000300: Searching for indicator cognitive impairment:
000943 p.000300:
000944 p.000300: (return to top)
000945 p.000300: ...
000946 p.000300: 000307 p.000007:
000947 p.000300: 000308 p.000007: Research potentially requiring a full ethics review
000948 p.000300: 000309 p.000007: Research involving:
000949 p.000300: 000310 p.000007:
000950 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
000951 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
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000953 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
000954 p.000300: research
000955 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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000961 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
000962 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
000963 p.000300: Scotland ‘A’
000964 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
000965 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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000967 p.000300: 001499 p.000035: unequal relationships? (eg your own students)
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001031 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
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001033 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
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001035 p.000300: 001498 p.000035: Does the research involve other potentially vulnerable groups: children, those with cognitive impairment, or those in
001036 p.000300: 001499 p.000035: unequal relationships? (eg your own students)
001037 p.000300: 001500 p.000035: Will the study require the co-operation of a gatekeeper for initial
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001424 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
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001426 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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002168 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
002169 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
002170 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
002171 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
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002173 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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002310 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002311 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
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002404 p.000300: 000311 p.000007: • Potentially vulnerable people, for example children and young people, those with a learning disability or
002405 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
002406 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
002407 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
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002409 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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002500 p.000300: 001494 p.000035: disabilities: see Mental Capacity Act 2005/ Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000. All research that falls under
002501 p.000300: 001495 p.000035: the auspices MCA/AWI should be reviewed by a recognised and appropriate REC operating under GAfREC or
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002503 p.000300: 001496 p.000035: REC).
002504 p.000300: 001497 p.000035: Research that may need a full review
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002506 p.000300: 001499 p.000035: unequal relationships? (eg your own students)
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002742 p.000300: 000312 p.000007: cognitive impairment, or potentially vulnerable individuals in a dependent or unequal relationship.
002743 p.000300: 000313 p.000007:
002744 p.000300: 000314 p.000007: • People who lack capacity to make decisions or who during the research project come to lackcapacity. Such
002745 p.000300: research
002746 p.000300: 000315 p.000007: should be reviewed by an appropriate body operating under the Mental Capacity Act 2005
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