Research with High-Risk Populations: Balancing Science, Ethics and Law

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Research conducted on high-risk populations raises unique ethical and legal questions. While collecting data, researchers conducting descriptive, non-intervention studies may be faced with threats of harm to or by the participants, such as suicide, child abuse, or violence. At what point should the researcher override confidentiality protection agreements? How do researchers address the tensions between successfully recruiting participants while communicating their obligation to disclose threatening behaviors? How do ...

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