The PREA Tool
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Series/Report no.:PREA Conference. Ethics and Humanitarian Research: Generating Evidence Ethically. The Fawcett Event Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, March 25-26, 2019. Presentation. Session 5.
The PREA Tool is the primary practical output from the Post-Research Ethics Analysis (PREA) Project. This presentation shows how it was developed from the findings of the PREA systematic review and qualitative interview analysis. The Tool is available at https://www.preatool.com/. It has two main uses: to allow research teams to explore the ethical issues as they develop, conduct, and review their projects. As the user identifies characteristics of the project, the Tool will provide prompts for various ethical issues that should be considered. It eventually provides suggestions for various types of resources to allow further exploration or training in specific ethical issues. Links are provided to these resources, most of which are available open-access. The second use is a search function to identify resources on specific ethical issues relevant to humanitarian health research and evidence generation. Plans for further development, revision and evaluation of the Tool are presented.
AUTHOR AFFILIATION: Dónal O'Mathúna, The Ohio State University, United States, and Dublin City University, Ireland, firstname.lastname@example.org
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