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ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT I need help with this assignment ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS a1_wk_1.pdf wk_1_slides_research_guidelines__1_.pptx chapter_1_book_slides__3rd_ed.__2_.pptx sss_590_online_week_1_article_ch3_lind__anderson__oberle_ethical_issues.pdf wk_1_read_neutel.p ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT. SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 1 GUIDELINES FOR PAIRED ASSIGNMENT #1: INFORMED CONSENT * * Papers are to be no less than three pages but no more than four pages. This does not include your cover and reference pages. Points will be deducted for not adhering to the specified page limits. NOTE: As you complete this assignment, you may want to refer back to the following three readings: (a) Chapter 3 in Engel and Schutt; (b) Lind, Anderson, and Oberle’s article; and (c) Neutel’s article. ASSIGNMENT: Examine the Informed Consent (see p. 2) that was provided to adults interested in participating in a career counseling program. In essay format (re: include a brief introduction), address the following: ? Identify and discuss three strengths of the Informed Consent (re: one paragraph for each strength); ? Identify and discuss three weaknesses of the Informed Consent (re: one paragraph for each weakness); and ? Suggest and discuss three recommendations to improve the Informed Consent. Be specific and thorough (re: one paragraph for each suggestion). GRADING RUBRICS: See p. 3. SUBMISSION: Please name your documents (.doc/.docx) as follows: Pair #_A1. PDFs will neither be accepted nor reviewed. DUE DATE: Your assignments are to be uploaded to Engage by 11:55 p.m. (EDT) on Saturday. Email submissions along with any and all submissions received after 11:56 p.m. (EDT) will neither be accepted nor reviewed. As a result, the grade will be automatically recorded as a zero. No exceptions. SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT You have been selected to participate in Career Counseling—a program that addresses adult indecision in selecting a career. For quality assurance purposes, the project will be evaluated to ascertain its impact on participants’ career decision–making skills. Career Counseling is operated by Galactic Inc. (Project Director: Bob Brown). The evaluation of the services provided by Career Counseling is being conducted by the National Catholic School of Social Service at the Catholic University of America (Evaluator: Sam Simon, Ph.D.). Your participation in this project is completely voluntary. You may withdraw at any time and for any reason. Workshop on Career Decision–Making In return for the opportunity to receive free instruction in career decision–making, I agree that if I am selected to participate, I will: ? Attend all Career Counseling sessions; ? Devote time to doing “homework” that is to be completed between sessions; and ? Complete and return the evaluation forms that will be provided to me at the end of the last session. In the event that I am not scheduled to receive instruction, SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT. I understand that I will receive monetary compensation upon completion and submission of the evaluation forms. I also affirm that: ? The purpose of the Career Counseling program has been explained to me; ? I have been given an opportunity to ask questions for which I have received satisfactory answers; and ? I understand that any and all information collected from me will remain confidential. Participant’s Name (Print) Address: Phone: SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 PAIRED ASSIGNMENT #1: RUBRICS 3 POINTS POSSIBLE Introduction 5 Three Strengths Identification and Discussion Sources of Evidence 20 Three Weaknesses Identification and Discussion Sources of Evidence 20 Three Recommendations Suggestion and Discussion Sources of Evidence 30 Academic Expression/Writing Mechanics Clarity of Thought and Organization Grammar and Sentence Structure Punctuation and Spelling 15 Format: APA Style 1–Inch Margins Citations Cover Page Double–Spaced Headings Page Numbers References Running Head Times New Roman 12 (within text) Two Spaces after Each Sentence 10 OVERALL TOTAL 100 POINTS EARNED Ethical and Scientific Guidelines for Social Work Research Chapter 3 Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Historical Background ? Concern with ethical practice is not a new idea ? Hippocrates in 5 BCE Greece ? Nuremberg War Crime Trials ? Tuskegee experiment Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Historical Background ? National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research ? Belmont Report established three basic ethical principles for the protection of human subjects: ? Respect for persons ? Beneficence ? Justice Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Protection of Human Subjects ? Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects ? Institutional Review Boards (IRB) ? National Association of Social Workers (NASW) ? The Code of Ethics incorporates both practice standards and specific evaluation and research standards Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Ethical Principles ? Achieving Valid Results ? Honesty and Openness ? Protecting Research Participants ? The Use of Research Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Achieving Valid Results ? Commitment to achieving valid results is the necessary starting point for ethical research practice ? ? ? ? Do you agree with Milgram’s assumption that obedience could fruitfully be studied in the laboratory? Do you find merit in Baumrind’s criticism? Will your evaluation of the ethics of Milgram’s experiments be influenced by your answers to these questions? Should our standards differ when we judge the results of a study to provide valid information about important social psychological processes? Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Honesty and Openness ? The act of publication itself is a vital element in maintaining openness and honesty ? Extends to your results, even if they were not what you expected ? Was Kepler right to change his numbers? Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Protecting Research Participants ? NASW ? Research should cause no physical or mental harm to subjects. ? Subjects must give their informed consent to participate in the research, if capable. If not, then assent must be obtained from an appropriate proxy. SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT. ? Participation in research should be voluntary, and participants should be informed of their right to withdraw at any time without penalty. ? Researchers should fully disclose their identity. ? Social workers doing research should avoid conflicts of interest and reveal possible conflicts with potential participants. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Protecting Research Participants ? NASW (continued) ? Avoid conflicts of interest and reveal possible conflicts with potential participants. ? Anonymity or confidentiality must be maintained for individual research participants. ? Findings should be reported accurately; errors later found should be corrected. ? The benefits of a research project should outweigh any foreseeable risks. ? Social workers should take steps to ensure that participants have access to appropriate supportive services Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications IRB ? Exempt status determination ? Expedited reviews ? Full committee reviews. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Exempt ? ? Exempt status is determined and confirmed by the IRB committee. Minimal human subject involvement ? Not for research on prisoners ? Not for participants under age 18 unless ? educational tests or observations of public behavior not observed directly by the researcher Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Exempt ? Do not require a signed consent form ? Exceptions: ? those involving data collection other than observation do require ? an introductory statement ? how confidentiality is protected ? voluntary nature of participation ? ability to stop at any time ? , and contact information. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Expedited ? Done for new or continuing studies ? Present minimal risk of harm to the participant ? Three categories common to social work research ? Research involving materials collected for NON-RESEARCH purposes ? Collection of data from recordings ? Individual or group characteristics or behavior Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Expedited ? Informed consent requirements must be met when the research is approved by an expedited review. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Full Review ? These extensive reviews are conducted, vetted, and voted upon by the full committee. ? ? ? ? Summarize the proposal Discuss issues of concerns related to the research and informed consent documents Discuss recommendations about the risk Discuss recommendations with regard to ? Approval ? Modification ? Disapproval Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Scientific Guidelines ? Test ideas against empirical reality without becoming too personally invested in a particular outcome ? Plan and carry out investigations systematically ? Document all procedures and disclose them publicly ? Clarify assumptions Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Scientific Guidelines. SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT. ? Specify the meaning of all terms ? Maintain a skeptical stance toward current knowledge ? Replicate research and build social theory ? Search for regularities or patterns Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Science, Society, and Social Work Research Chapter One Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Reasoning about the Social World ? Take a few minutes to read each of the following questions and jot down your answers. Don’t ruminate about the questions or worry about your responses. This is not a test; there are no “wrong” answers. (1) How would you describe Burt? (2) What is it like to be homeless? (3) Was Burt typical of the homeless population? (4) In general, why do people become homeless? Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Social Science ? Social science ? The use of scientific methods to investigate individuals ? groups ? communities ? organizations ? societies ? social processes ? ? the knowledge produced by these investigations. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Errors in Every Day Reasoning ? Overgeneralization ? what we know to be true for some cases is true for all cases ? Selective or Inaccurate Observation ? look only at things that are in line with our beliefs ? Illogical Reasoning ? jump to conclusions/argue on the basis of invalid assumptions ? Resistance to Change ? the reluctance to change our ideas in light of new information ? Adherence to Authority ? difficult to change our ideas because someone in a position of authority has told us what is correct Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications The Social Scientific Approach ? Reduces the likelihood of overgeneralization ? by using systematic procedures for selection ? Avoids illogical reasoning ? use explicit criteria for identifying causes ? Reduces the risk of selective, inaccurate, or incomplete observation ? by requiring that we measure and sample phenomena systematically. ? Lessen the tendency to develop answers from unquestioning respect for authority. ? Because we base our beliefs on evidence that can be examined and critiqued by others Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications The Social Scientific Approach ? Greatly reduces potential sources of error in everyday reasoning ? Relies on logical and systematic methods to answer questions. ? Allows others to inspect and evaluate methods. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Evidence-Based Practice ? Best current research evidence ? Client values ? Client circumstances ? Clinical expertise Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Evidence-Based Practice ? Social workers should provide clients with the information necessary to make decisions about services: ? ? ? ? effectiveness of the intervention client’s role in the intervention expectations of the client length of the intervention Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Difficulties with Implementation Researchers Practitioners Is the intervention effective? Will the intervention be effective in my setting? Does the participant fit criteria for inclusion? Is the study population is like the clients? What are the clinical outcomes? What is the cost? Does this relate to my agency’s mission? SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT. Treatment fidelity is required. Do I have the needed materials to ensure treatment fidelity? Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Validity ? Measurement Validity ? Generalizability ? Sample ? Cross-population (external validity) ? Causal (Internal) Validity Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Diverse Society ? Social work researchers must recognize that cultural norms impact on the research process ? ? ? ? willingness to participate in research activities meaning ascribed to abstract terms and constructs way data are collected interpretation of the findings Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Categories of Social Work Research Studies ? Descriptive ? Exploratory ? Explanatory ? Evaluative Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Descriptive Research ? Who are the homeless? How many are women? How many are children? How many are from minority groups? When did them become homeless? How long have they been homeless? Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Exploratory Research ? What is it like to be homeless? ? What is it like to be live in a homeless shelter? ? How might we conduct such exploratory research about homelessness? Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Explanatory Research ? Why do people become homeless? ? Does the unemployment rate influence the frequency of homelessness? Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Evaluation Research ? Evaluation research uses research methods and processes for a variety of different tasks ? ? ? ? ? describing the clients using a particular program exploring and assessing the needs of different communities evaluating the effectiveness of a particular program monitoring the progress of clients monitoring the performance of staff Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Qualitative and Quantitative Methods. SSS 590: WEEK 1, ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT ASSIGNMENT 1 2 INFORMED CONSENT.? Quantitative Most often used for descriptive, explanatory, or evaluative research Goal is to develop an understanding that correctly reflects reality ? Qualitative Most often used for exploratory research Goal is to develop an “authentic” understanding of a social process or setting Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Strengths and Limitations ? Strengths ? Permits us ? to see more ? to observe with fewer distortions ? to describe more clearly to others the basis for our opinions Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Strengths and Limitations ? Limitations ? Social work researchers will always disagree somewhat ? their differing research opportunities ? methodological approaches ? policy preferences. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Welcome to Social Work Research ? Research methods has many benefits. ? This knowledge will give you ? greater confidence in your own opinions ? improve your ability to evaluate others’ opinions ? encourage you to refine your questions, answers, and methods of inquiry about the social world. ? Also, having the tools of research can ? guide you to improve the social programs in which you work ? provide better interventions with your clients ? monitor their progress. Rafael J. Engel and Russell K. Schutt, The Practice of Research in Social Work, 3rd Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications Nursing Ethics http://nej.sagepub.com/ Ethical Issues in Adolescent Consent for Research Candace Lind, Beverly Anderson and Kathleen Oberle Nurs Ethics 2003 10: 504 DOI: 10.1191/0969733003ne632oa The online version of this article can be found at: http://nej.sagepub.com/content/10/5/504 Published by: http://www.sagepublications.com Additional services and information for Nursing Ethics can be found at: Email Alerts: http://nej.sagepub.com/cgi/alerts Subscriptions: http://nej.sagepub.com/subscriptions Reprints: http://www.sagepub.com/journalsReprints.nav Permissions: http://www.sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.nav Citations: http://nej.sagepub.com/content/10/5/504.refs.html >> Version of Record – Sep 1, 2003 What is This? Downloaded from nej.sagepub.com at CATHOLIC UNIV OF AMERICA on December 5, 2014 ETHICAL ISSUES IN ADOLESCENT CONSENT FOR RESEARCH Candace Lind, Beverly Anderson and Kathleen Oberle Key words: adolescents; children; consent; empowerment; relational narrative; research Different opinions are expressed in the literature regarding when children and adolescents can start to make decisions to participate in research and give informed consent. Nurses are frequently involved in research, either as investigators or caregivers, and must therefore have a thorough understanding of consent and related issues. In this article the issues are explored from a Canadian perspective. The argument is put forward that adolescents may be capable of a greater involvement in the research consent process than is the norm. Increasing adolescen … Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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