Center for Bioethics

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.

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