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Research Data Management and Research Ethics

Research Data Management and Research Ethics 

This session will address the overlap between the ethical conduct of research with human participants and research data management practices. We will provide an overview of ethics-related standards relating to data management, and discuss practical strategies researchers should undertake to ensure human participant privacy and confidentiality is protected in data collection, analyses and storage.

Dr. Stacey Page, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary and an Adjunct Professor, Alberta University of the Arts.  She has close to 20 years of REB experience in varied roles - as a student, administrator, advisor, member, researcher and vice chair.   She currently Chairs the Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board at the University of Calgary, is a member of the Human Research Ethics Board, Mount Royal University as well as a member of the Research Ethics Board, Alberta University of the Arts.

Jenny Godley, PhD, does research on the mechanisms through which social class affects health. She uses some secondary data, including both public use Statistics Canada datasets and microdata available in the Research Data Centre, and administrative health data, and also collects her own data using survey and social network methods. 

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