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Authors:Sam Staddon (University of Edinburgh)
Clara Calia (University of Edinburgh)
Corinne Reid (Victoria University)
Lisa Boden (University of Edinburgh)
Liz Grant (University of Edinburgh)
Paper short abstract:
Description of a collaboratively-developed Toolkit to promote ethical action in global research, and exploration of its use to influence and innovate University ethics procedures and practices.
Paper long abstract:
In this paper, we introduce a Toolkit to promote ethical action in global research, developed in the context of a project at the University of Edinburgh, UK, in collaboration with more than 200 global researchers from more than 30 countries and 60 different disciplines (see https://www.ethical-global-research.ed.ac.uk). This toolkit, rather than offering ethical regulation, offers a flexible frame of reference which promotes contextual ethical reflection and accountability within research teams. The global research toolkit proposes two fundamental axes of reflective analysis; firstly, iterative ethical analysis throughout the ‘Research Journey’, and secondly, ethical analysis based on the ‘4Ps’ model: Place, People, Principle and Precedent. We will present how the Toolkit has been used to influence and innovate University of Edinburgh ethics procedures and practices.
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