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The Ethics of Expertise

Last week I wrote about the ethics of research evidence, in which I cited Charles Knight’s contention that evidence should be used by people with expertise. 862 more words

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How to clean your own Surveymonkey data

Second in an unexpected mini-series on the professional use of Surveymonkey, I’m going to get even more geeky… brace yourself…

Quantitative data is all about ‘facts’ and ‘hard stats’, but in order to present a set of objective data you sometimes need to use your subjective judgment to ensure that your dataset is as strong as possible.  1,320 more words

Science Policy Around the Web - October 27, 2017

By: Cindo O. Nicholson, Ph.D.

The Opioid Crisis

Engulfed in opioid deaths, Ohio turns to science

The state of Ohio has been the most plagued by the opioid scourge in the United States. 738 more words

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What are our ethical responsibilities in a changing world of Internet research?

Jon Swain. 

Over the last decade or so there has been an ever-increasing interest in the ethics of educational and social science research. Researchers’ responsibilities to their participants, fellow members of the research community, and to the institution where they work or study are receiving more attention. 669 more words

Further Higher And Lifelong Education

A template to develop a research protocol (quantitative, health care)

Well, I guess it is time to share a template that I use to develop a research protocol (for myself and to submit to an Institutional Review Board). 13 more words

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