Engaging in research projects with community partners introduces unique and challenging ethical tensions. Such tensions may develop around issues of power, control, confidentiality, mutuality, and transparency. Special considerations emerge as well for community-based researchers as they seek institutional review board approval of their projects. Attendees will discuss relevant case examples and consider strategies and best practices for ensuring institutional approval of community-based research projects. James Frabutt and Jay Brandenberger host.
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