Skip to main content

Research in Schools

Understandably, conducting research in school can be an arduous process with high standards to clear. This is because children are considered a vulnerable population and there are more protective measures put into place. There are ethical guidelines to adhere to when doing this type of research.

Request a Consult

Consultation is available to help clarify and address ethical issues that arise in human subjects research.

Request a Consult

Video

Research in Schools

On March 1, 2017, Mary Ott, MD, MA, gave a talk on conducting research in schools. The talk explored a number of case studies regarding how to obtain student consent in schools.

Related Resources

Conducting Research in Schools: A Practical Guide

Doing Research in Primary School: Information Activities in Project-Based learning