Ethical dilemmas in qualitative research: how do we respect autonomy?

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Authors: Hind, M.

Journal: Br J Theatre Nurs

Volume: 2

Issue: 10

Pages: S1-S5

ISSN: 1353-0224

This essay brings the concept of nursing research into light and in particular examines the principle of 'respect for autonomy', its relationship and limitations in the field of research on human subjects during qualitative research. This essay will also identify how ethical dilemmas, involving respect for autonomy, can develop during research and a systematical method of critical ethical analysis will be presented to demonstrate how nurse researchers can resolve such issues, if and when they arise. It is necessary to focus on one facet of the research process to illustrate the 'depth' of consideration required to ensure that such research is of the highest quality.

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Authors: Hind, M.

Journal: The British journal of theatre nursing : NATNews : the official journal of the National Association of Theatre Nurses

Volume: 2

Issue: 10

ISSN: 1353-0224

This essay brings the concept of nursing research into light and in particular examines the principle of 'respect for autonomy', its relationship and limitations in the field of research on human subjects during qualitative research. This essay will also identify how ethical dilemmas, involving respect for autonomy, can develop during research and a systematical method of critical ethical analysis will be presented to demonstrate how nurse researchers can resolve such issues, if and when they arise. It is necessary to focus on one facet of the research process to illustrate the 'depth' of consideration required to ensure that such research is of the highest quality.

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Authors: Hind, M.

Journal: The British journal of theatre nursing : NATNews : the official journal of the National Association of Theatre Nurses

Volume: 2

Issue: 10

Pages: S1-S5

ISSN: 1353-0224

This essay brings the concept of nursing research into light and in particular examines the principle of 'respect for autonomy', its relationship and limitations in the field of research on human subjects during qualitative research. This essay will also identify how ethical dilemmas, involving respect for autonomy, can develop during research and a systematical method of critical ethical analysis will be presented to demonstrate how nurse researchers can resolve such issues, if and when they arise. It is necessary to focus on one facet of the research process to illustrate the 'depth' of consideration required to ensure that such research is of the highest quality.

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