Introducing a critical conversation on research ethics using collaborative and participatory methods

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Ed Grover

Join NCRM's newly established Collaborative and Participatory Methodological Special Interest Group (MSIG) for the first event in its Critical Conversations series.

Creating a space for critical conversations to emerge, this session will focus on how we practise ethics throughout the life of our research cycles (and beyond). Themes will be sourced from the attendees, but could include institutional processes, power, collaboration and co-production, remuneration, representation and tokenism.

The session will take place on Wednesday, 12 October 2022, from 16:00 to 17:30. It will start with four lightening talks of approximately three minutes. If you'd like to offer a lightening talk on the topic of ethics using collaborative and participatory methods, please email ali.hanbury@manchester.ac.uk with an outline of your idea.

This session will be hosted on Zoom and guided by the MSIG organisers, and break-out rooms may be used. The sessions will not be recorded but the MSIG may write a blog to reflect on the key points of the session without identifying any individual contributors or attendees, unless permission is expressly given.

The session duration is 90 minutes. A short break is scheduled and attendees are welcome to join and leave as they need to. Feedback on the format is welcomed. Instructions on how to join Zoom can be found on the Zoom website.

Register for the event