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Chapter 5: Ethics;

ethics in research

Nuremberg Code First to establish code of ethics
Nurses code of ethics American Nurses Association Code of Ethics
Bellmont Report served as basis for Code of ethics in USA government
Beneficence Minimize harm, maximize benefit
Respect for human dignity right to self determination, right to full disclosure
Justice right to fair treatment and right to privacy
Informed consent participant understand risks, benefits, their rights, and ability to leave
Process consent Often used in qualitative study, consent that is used ongoing through the study
Debriefing Also participants to speak after data collection
Assent Child's (<7) affirmation of participating in a study, along with parent's informed consent
Research misconduct Fabrication, falsification, plagiarism
Directional Hypothesis existence and expected direction of relationship between variables
Nondirectional hypothesis state prediction of relationship of variables, but does not prove that they exist or how they act
Research hypothesis statements of the expected variable relationship
Null hypothesis Statement that there is not any relationship between two particular variables
Created by: kalensnyder