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Pickles, J. (2020). Including and involving young people (under 18’s) in hate research without the consent of parents. Qualitative Research, 20(1), pp. 22-38. Abstract: This article provides a reflection on the ethical challenges faced when seeking ethical approval to include

Mackworth-Young, C. R. S., Schneiders, M. L., Wringe, A., Simwinga, M., & Bond, V. (2019). Navigating ‘ethics in practice’: An ethnographic case study with young women living with HIV in Zambia. Global Public Health, 14(12), pp.1689-1702.  This article reflects on the

Mitchell, S., Nadeem, S., Khan, D., Boora, R., Coad, J., Slowther, A. M., & Dale, J. (2017). G518(P) An ethical approach to patient and public involvement with children and young people. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 102(Suppl 1), A205.

Flores, D., McKinney, R., Arscott, J., & Barroso, J. (2017). Obtaining waivers of parental consent: A strategy endorsed by gay, bisexual, and queer adolescent males for health prevention research. Nursing Outlook, Published on-line ahead of print.

Embleton, L., Ott, M. A., Wachira, J., Naanyu, V., Kamanda, A., Makori, D., Ayuku, D., & Braitstein, P. (2015). Adapting ethical guidelines for adolescent health research to street-connected childre and youth in low- and middle- income countries: A case study from Western Kenya. BMC Medical Ethics, 16, pp. 89-100.