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Re: not primarily for research purposes » Dr. Bob

Posted by alexandra_k on December 27, 2005, at 16:02:13

In reply to Re: not primarily for research purposes, posted by Dr. Bob on December 19, 2005, at 17:02:53

> > How does that sit with this:

> > > Some members have discussed participating in person at workshops about the site, accepting an open invitation posted by Hsiung at his site to attend the 2006 conference of the American Psychiatric Association.

> I wouldn't consider that research...

So no informed consent then?
Do you think other people might be inclined to consider it research?

Does the APA provide some reimbursement of accomodation / travel costs for 'presenters' then???

> > And with asking people to participate in research at various points?

> > Is it the 'primarily' that is crucial?

> Yes, I think so.

Why should it be?

Why... Who is on that ethics committee Dr B?

I think that going through those kinds of boards are fairly much a good thing... Accountability and all...




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