Webinar | Wednesday April 24, 2024, 2 - 3 p.m. MT
Presenters will share key ethical considerations for partnered research in international communities.
This session will introduce suggestions for translating or contextualizing UCalgary’s westernized processes when working with international partners. How may approaches for recruitment, consent, relationship development or incentives need to be reassessed with unique cultural expectations?
For an introduction to Research Ethics and submitting an ethics application with partners, view this recording of Navigating Partnered Research: Research Ethics for Community Engaged Projects with Dr. Jenny Godley and Dr. Stacey Page.
About the speakers:
Dr. Jenny Godley, PhD, trained as a demographer and a social network analyst, Dr. Godley studies the effects of social class and gender on health outcomes such as obesity and eating disorders. She has been Chair of the Conjoint Faculties Research Ethics Board since 2019.
Dr. Rita Yembilah, PhD, is a geographer by training. She currently works in research and evaluation with the Canadian Poverty Institute at Ambrose University. She also works in evaluation consultancy, mainly in international development. She is an adjunct assistant professor with the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology and serves on the Conjoint Faculty Ethics Board (Social Sciences) at the University of Calgary.
Navigating Partnered Research is a digital series hosted by the Knowledge Engagement team in Research Services to provide support and guidance for faculty members interested in pursuing partnered research projects in the social sciences and humanities.