Research Ethics Module Supporting Pages

This unit contains all of the discussion scenarios referenced in the group mentoring modules. Please see the individual modules for an organized view.

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  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated10/28/2015

    engineering, engineering practice, research, research ethics, responsible conduct of research, ethics, research with human subjects, mentally ill, consent,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when a patient wishes to withdraw from a clinical study and the researcher disputes the patient's competency.

    Author(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated02/01/2016

    engineering, engineering practice, research, research ethics, responsible conduct of research, ethics, research with human subjects, mentally ill, consent,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when a researcher is unsure if a study participant is too incapacitated to actually give informed consent.

    Author(s) Stuart Youngner
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated03/24/2016

    engineering, engineering practice, research ethics, research, ethics, responsible conduct of research, reviewer, journal review, collaboration, collaborative science,

    A scenario about a journal editor who realizes that a manuscript submitted for review is similar to that of one of dissertators.

    Author(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated01/29/2016

    vulnerable populations, responsible conduct of research, research ethics, inclusion, exclusion, research subjects, participants in research,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when researchers propose to do research on a marginalized ethnic group who are already suspicious of research.

    Author(s) Atwood D. Gaines
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated12/02/2015

    engineering, engineering practice, vulnerable populations, responsible conduct of research, research ethics, inclusion, exclusion, research subjects, participants in research,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when a participant's spouse wishes to remove teh participant from the research study.

    Author(s) Barb Daley
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated10/28/2015

    vulnerable populations, responsible conduct of research, research ethics, inclusion, exclusion, research subjects, participants in research, Alzheimer's Disease, AD,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when researchers propose to do research on persons with Alzheimer's Deisease and their caregivers.

    Author(s) Barb Daley
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated12/16/2015

    vulnerable populations, responsible conduct of research, research ethics, inclusion, exclusion, research subjects, participants in research, risks, research risks,

    Researchers propose to exclude women from the protocol on the basis of the claim that the research poses risk to reproductive systems.

    Author(s) Atwood D. Gaines
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated10/26/2015

    research, responsible conduct of research, authorship, fair credit, author lists, publishing, research ethics,

    A scenario that covers ethical issues that arise when a supervisor does not review a doctoral student's manuscript.

    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated10/20/2015

    Supervisor/Trainee, Supervisor, advisor, mentor, trainee, graduate student, research conduct, responsible conduct of research, responsible research conduct,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about situations where a student might be justified in switching advisors.

    Author(s) Anila Jahangiri Caroline Whitbeck
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated09/30/2015

    responsible conduct of research, research ethics, responsible research conduct, advisor, mentor, supervisor, job recommendation, recommendation, advisor-advisee relationship, mentor-mentee relationship, supervisor-trainee relationship,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise in the supervisor-trainee relationship; namely, a student is worried about the recommendation his advisor will write given present setbacks in his research.

    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated10/28/2015

    responsible conduct of research, research ethics, research integrity, responsible research conduct, supervisor, mentor, advisor, assistantship, supervisor-supervisee relationship, mentor-mentee relationship,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise in the advisor-advisee relationship; namely, when it is appropriate to express concerns or disappointment to one's advisor?

    Author(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated10/28/2015

    research ethics, responsible conduct of research, responsible research conduct, collaborative work, collaboration, authorship, publishing, authorship practices, fellow researchers

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about ways of responding to a conflict over data between a faculty member and a student.

    Author(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated11/09/2015

    responsible conduct of research, research integrity, responsible research conduct, research ethics, human biological materials, consent, genetics, gene research, genes and ethnic groups, susceptibility to disease, ethnic groups,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise in genetic research and ethnic group susceptibility.

    Author(s) Thomas H. Murray
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
Cite this page: "Research Ethics Module Supporting Pages" Online Ethics Center for Engineering 8/10/2006 OEC Accessed: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 <www.onlineethics.org/Resources/TeachingTools/Modules/19237/resethpages.aspx>