The Post-Research Ethics Analysis (PREA) Project
Contributors:Van Bortel, Tine
Mulate, Yimtubezinash Woldeamanuel
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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 4.
A series of presentations provide an overview of the PREA project and preliminary findings. An initial scoping review led to the Research Ethics Tool commissioned by the project funders, R2HC. Then a more thorough PREA Systematic Review was conducted, led by Mr Steven Martin of Anglia Ruskin University, UK. The methods and search results are presented, followed by an overview of the 13 Themes identified in the analysis. Then Prof Tine Van Bortel introduced the qualitative research component, beginning with the training for the in-country interviewers. Mr Nawaraj Upadhaya of HealthNet TPO discusses the coordination of the interviews in Nepal, Afghanistan and South Sudan. Dr Yimtu Mulate, Addis Ababa University conducted the interviews in Ethiopia. The qualitative analysis was discussed by Prof Van Bortel and Dr Ainul Hanafiah of the University of East London, UK. The methods of the analysis and the 10 Themes identified were presented, as well as overall conclusions from the findings.
AUTHOR AFFILIATION: Dónal O'Mathúna, The Ohio State University, United States, and Dublin City University, Ireland, email@example.com
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