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Principles and Guidelines for Research with Vulnerable Individuals and Families
Most of our empirical research is conducted with the co-operation of children or families who are vulnerable because of age, trauma history, emotional fragility, institutional status, or involvement with the legal system. For these reasons, the standard principles of ethical research practice must be augmented in our work. This 8-page document reviews ethical study design, definition of a pool of potential subjects, contacting subjects, seeking their participation, safe handling of information collected, and dissemination of results. Also listed are the 12 principles guiding all research at the Centre.
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