Conducting research on nonsuicidal self-injury in schools: Ethical considerations and recommendations.
Hasking, P. A., Lewis, S. P., Robinson, K., Heath, N. L., & Wilson, M. S. (2019). Conducting research on nonsuicidal self-injury in schools: Ethical considerations and recommendations. School Psychology International, 40(3), pp. 217-234. This article addresses six key ethical concerns associated
Shaw, T., Runions, K. C., Johnston, R. S., & Cross, D. (2018). Does the risk outweigh the benefits? Adolescent responses to completing health surveys. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 28(2), pp. 412-426. This paper shares adolescents experiences of completing research
Care Matters: Time for Change (Department for Education and Skills, 2007) identified the importance of narrowing the gap in attainment between children in and leaving out-of-home care and their peers in the general population. Right2BCared4 was one of the initiatives
Perez Vallejos, E., Koene, A., Carter, C. J., Hunt, D., Woodard, C., Urquhart, L., Bergin, A., & Statache, R. (2019). Accessing online data for youth mental health research: Meeting the ethical challenges. Philosophy & Technology, 32(1), pp. 87-110.
Caron, C., Raby, R., Mitchell, C., Théwissen-LeBlanc, S., & Prioletta, J. (2017). From concept to data: sleuthing social change-oriented youth voices on YouTube. Journal of Youth Studies, 20(1), pp. 47-62.
Case study: Ethical guidance for pediatric e-health research using examples from pain research with adolescents.
Henderson, E. M., Law, E. F., Palermo, T. M., & Eccleston, C. (2012). Case study: Ethical guidance for pediatric e-health research using examples from pain research with adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 37(10), pp. 1116-1126.
Hein, I. M., Troost, P. W., Lindeboom, R., de Vries, M. C., Zwaan, C. M., & Lindauer, R. J. L. (2012). Assessing children’s competence to consent in research by a standardized tool: A validity study. BMC Pediatrics, 12(1), pp. 156-164.
Santelli, J., Haerizadeh, S., & McGovern, T. (2017). Inclusion with protection: Obtaining informed consent when conducting research with adolescents. Florence: UNICEF, Office of Research - Innocenti.