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January 2021

Groven, K. S., Svendby, E. B., & Rugseth, G. (2020). Ethical sensitivity in co-production: Openness and doubt when young women participate in research. Health Care for Women International, 41(4), pp. 445-460. This article reflects upon an 'ethically-important' or 'ethically-charged' moment

Incidental brain findings (IBFs) are brain abnormalities with no outward symptoms that are detected in healthy children and adults during their participation in research studies which apply neuroimaging techniques such as structural (MRI) and functional (fMRI) magnetic resonance imaging, magnetoencephalography

Whittington, E. (2019). Co-producing and navigating consent in participatory research with young people. Journal of Children’s Services, 14(3), pp. 205-216. Abstract Purpose: Research within the fields of youth sexuality and safeguarding, and ethical governance more broadly, has traditionally prioritised risk aversion

Jackson-Hollis, V. (2019). Qualitative research with primary school-aged children: Ethical and practical considerations of evalutaing a safeguarding programme in schools. Journal of Children’s Services, 14(3), pp. 194-204. Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore some of the ethical

Davidson, E. (2017). Saying it like it is? Power, participation and research involving young people. Social Inclusion, 5(3). Available online. Abstract: Developments in the conceptualisation of childhood have prompted a fundamental shift in young people’s position within social research. Central to