Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research – Panel

Date: Wednesday February 25th, 2015

Four highly experienced and knowledgeable research colleagues explored a range of ethical issues that emerge in qualitative research, including those related to the experience of research participants.

Facilitator, Dr. Beth Haverkamp, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Research and our distinguished group of panelists:


– Laurel Evans, PhD, Director, Research Ethics, UBC
“How the UBC BREB and the TCPS Incorporate Qualitative Expertise in Research Ethics Reviews”

– Meris Williams, PhD, Registered Clinical Counsellor, Vancouver,BC
“When Interviews Become Interventions…Unexpectedly”

– Susan Cox, PhD, Associate Professor, Affiliate Department of Sociology, School of Population & Public Health (SPPH), UBC
“Ethics and the Experience of Research Participants”

– Lisa Loutzenheiser, PhD, Associate Professor, Curriculum & Pedagogy, UBC
“Alterity:Ethical Questions in Research with Marginalized Youth”

A year of Research in Education event, Faculty of Education, UBC