Research Ethics

Research Ethics

BRIDGE Open Research Ethics Protocol

The BRIDGE open research ethics protocol describes the team’s research ethics and processes. It is an ‘open’ research ethics protocol in two senses. First, by placing it here on the project website, the protocol is public so that all parties interested in our research can understand our approach. Second, this document is evolving. It is an on-going practical acknowledgement of ‘ethics in action’ – the unfolding of ethical considerations as research/design progresses. Comments and contributions are debated and, where considered important, integrated. We invite comments and expressions of interest for engagement in the project.

 

If you would like to comment on the document or discuss the BRIDGE project’s ethics protocols please do not hesitate to contact either Jan Harvard Skjetne (Jan.H.Skjetne@sintef.no) or Aslak Wegner Eide (aslak.eide@sintef.no) at SINTEF or Monika Büscher (m.buscher@lancaster.ac.uk) or Lisa Wood (l.a.wood@lancaster.ac.uk) at Lancaster University.

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