These guidelines were produced with aim of increasing awareness amongst community research partners about the ethical challenges in research. They also aim to encourage research funders, research organisations and research ethics committees to understand the complexities of community-based participatory research (CBPR) and to change some of their existing requirements to better support CBPR.
The guide includes discussion of the ethical principles that underpin CBPR and guidelines on how to put the ethical principles into practice. Case studies of CBPR research projects and examples of ethical issues in CBPR are available as a separate document to download.
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Date Entered: 2013/01/08
Date Edited: 2013/01/08