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Ethical and Inclusive Research

CMHDARN Webinar – Ethical and Inclusive Research

When conducting research in the mental health and alcohol and other drugs sectors, it’s important to recognise that populations are not homogeneous. We therefore need to consider the value and complexities of conducting research with diverse communities.

This panel webinar includes voices from LGBTIQ+ communities, Aboriginal communities, people with disabilities and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

It explores concepts such as:

  • why it is important to recognise diverse communities in research
  • how to conduct ethical research with diverse communities
  • what consent may look like for different communities
  • how to collect data for/from these communities in a meaningful and ethical way.

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