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Application for ethics approval

Home of Sinovuyo teen participants in a rural area Home of Sinovuyo Teen participants in a rural area

Proposals involving research that involves non-universal distribution of resources (e.g. randomised control trials involving the provision of goods or services, to one group and not to another group) and  primary data collection from anyone, particularly people who’s agency is limited (due to age or capability) on sensitive subjects (e.g. violence, abuse, health status) must go through an ethical review process. These papers provide background information on what was submitted to the review boards of Universities of Cape Town and Oxford, the research protocol that was published and the letters of approval that were received by  the Sinovuyo Teen Parenting Programme research team.


Documents

Toolkit
A parenting programme to prevent abuse of adolescents in South Africa: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
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Example of research protocol - Appendix E: safety protocol, consent forms, and ethical approvals
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Research protocol - Appendix 2: questionnaires and scales
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Example of research protocol - Appendix E: safety protocol
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Research protocol - Trials
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Research protocol - Appendix: protocol for elite interviews
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University of Cape Town - Commerce faculty ethics in research application form
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University of Cape Town - Granted ethics approval
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University of Oxford - Ethics approval
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University of Oxford - Application form
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University of Oxford - Amendment of research ethics application
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University of Oxford - Changes in protocol for PACCASA project
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