Etik i kvalitativ og kolloborativ forskning – fordringer for forskere, medforskere og andre sundhedsprofessionelle

Translated title of the contribution: Ethics in qualitative and collaborative research – requirements for researchers, co-researchers, and other healthcare professionals

Christine Øye, Stinne Glasdam

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Abstract

Ethics is always at stake in qualitative health and nursing research. The article examines and discusses research ethical dilemmas in qualitative health research, with a special focus on collaborative research. Firstly, the article discusses challenges with gatekeepers influencing the recruitment of informants when planning and executing interviews and participant observations. Secondly, the article discusses ethical challenges that arise in collaborative research when following research ethical guidelines such as obtaining informed consent, ensuring anonymization and not least complying with integrity in research. In qualitative health research, ethics must be understood as relational, processual, and situational and as such ethical dilemmas must be solved as the research proceeds. Therefore, research ethical issues and dilemmas must be solved ‘on the spot’ and not only at the desktop before the research project begins.
Translated title of the contributionEthics in qualitative and collaborative research – requirements for researchers, co-researchers, and other healthcare professionals
Original languageDanish
Pages (from-to)123-136
JournalKlinisk Sygepleje
Volume36
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Ethics

Free keywords

  • Collaborative research
  • Reseach ethical dilemma
  • Qualitative research
  • Gatekeepers

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