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Inclusive Research Practices Series - Inclusive Human Participant Research
Human participant research is somehow both antithetical and complementary to science. On the one hand, working with human participants provides incredibly rich and complex data with ‘real-world’ ecological validity. On the other, this richness is due to the incredible number of variables which uncontrollably become intertwined with your research interest, potentially limiting the conclusions you can draw from your work. Historical over-representation of white men as research participants, coupled with often overly-stringent exclusion criteria has led to a diversity crisis in human participant research. For our research to be truly inclusive, representative and generalisable to the rest of the population, our data must be collected from diverse individuals.

This session will explore common barriers to diversity in studies with human participants, and will provide guidance on how to make sure your own research is accessible and inclusive.


Pollyanna Sheehan | Research Consultant | Student Mental Health Researcher| University of Bristol
'An Introduction to Reflexive, Inclusive and Ethical Research Practice'

Arnelle Etienne | CEO | Sèvo
‘Inclusive Electrode Design for EEG Recordings' (preliminary title)

This event is part of the ‘Inclusive Research Practices’ 4-part seminar series organised by the Inclusive Research Collective. To view the other events and find out more, visit https://www.inclusiverc.com/inclusive-research-practices . Registration is open for everyone, you do not need to be a member of University of Bristol to attend.

Jun 23, 2021 01:00 PM in London

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