The presentation should address the following:
Define ethics in human research and identify how ethics are presented in the article.
Explain the background and hypothesis of the historical research project.
Explain the role of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and note examples of protections for research participants. If there was no IRB, explain how having one could have helped ensure ethical standards were maintained.
Using current principles outlined by the IRB that govern human research, identify the principles that were violated. Provide an explanation regarding the violations and how these violations would have been avoided using current research practices. Identify the principles that were violated using current IRB principles that govern human research. Give an explanation for the violations and how they could have been avoided using current research practices.
Colors, graphics, and key words should be used to make the presentation visually appealing.
The presentation should be visually appealing with colors, graphics, and key words.
Use the notes section below each slide to write the details of what would be said during a live presentation. This allows you to show your understanding and critical thinking skills to the instructor.