CREO collaborated with UofG, Applied Social Psychology Area to host a workshop as part of the required ethics curriculum for graduate students in Applied Social Psychology. The workshop was also open to students and faculty in other Areas of Psychology and in FRAN. The goals of the workshop were to:
- promote ethical community and evaluation research,
- foster continuing professional development of students,
- consider the ethical implications of alternative approaches to community & evaluation research,
- highlight the skills and competencies needed to do ethical community research & intervention,
- disclose the values, interests, and conflict of interests that often attend community research,
- get some practice in thinking through ethical issues through two case studies,
- learn the “Guiding Principles for Evaluators” (in addition to the Tri-Council Human Participants Ethics Code).
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