Research with Audio-Visual Mobile Data Collection Tools: Ethics and Regulations

Explores a research team’s experience using mobile audio-visual recording devices in sensitive settings.

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About this Webinar

Learn about using mobile audio-visual (AV) recording devices in sensitive settings (such as a hospital intensive care unit or other patient-facing environment). The webinar describes ethical and regulatory issues associated with AV-based research, including how data collection and the technology used affects privacy and confidentiality, the informed consent process, legal/liability risks, and the issue of bystanders.

Additionally, the presenters discuss implementation considerations such as organizational readiness and participatory design strategies. The webinar concludes with real-world examples of technological and practical challenges, and both planned and mid-study adaptations to such challenges.

Language Availability: English

Suggested Audiences: Graduate Students, Institutional Officials, IRB Members and Administrators, Researchers

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Research with Audio-Visual Mobile Data Collection Tools: Ethics and Regulations

Presented by: Ethan Larsen, PhD - Children’s Hospital of PhiladelphiaJacob Kolman, MA - Houston Methodist and Texas A&M University; Faisal Masud, MD, FCCP, FCCM - Houston Methodist and Weill Cornell Medical CollegeFarzan Sasangohar, PhD - Texas A&M University and Houston Methodist

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify ethical, regulatory, and liability issues associated with research using audio-visual (AV) data collection.
  • Describe the role of organizational readiness in implementing video recordings in a hospital (highly confidential) setting.
  • Explain the role of participant engagement in informing study design and facilitating study conduct.
  • Understand the roles of technological limitations and environmental contexts when collecting data with mobile devices.

Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 20426 (English)