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Ethical Principles in Research with Deaf People

Host
University of Rochester Medical Center

Contact information
Thomas T. Fogg
Voice phone:
(585) 758-7820
thomas_fogg@
urmc.Rochester.edu

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This self-guided curriculum reviews standards and guidelines used by the University of Rochester Medical Center Research Subjects Review Board when reviewing research to be conducted with deaf people who communicate in American Sign Language (ASL). Staff from the university's Prevention Research Center collaborated with members of a deaf community to adapt the Ethical Principles in Research Program Curriculum to be culturally and linguistically appropriate for deaf people who use ASL.

Audience
The training is intended for deaf people who use ASL and are interested in learning about research ethics for deaf people.

Duration
½ day (4 hours).

 

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