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Disaster Research Ethics: Gaps, Challenges, and Team Sustainability

July 12, 2007. This two-part webinar is the seventh and final session of the series, Disaster Research Training for Children and Families. This session focuses on ethical issues of research using human subjects, led by Randy Beaton, PhD, EMT.

Quick Facts

Topics: Behavioral & Mental Health, Emergency Preparedness & Disasters, Maternal and Child Health, Vulnerable Populations & Health Disparities

Format: Webinar

Time: 3 hours

Cost: Free

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Description

This two-part webinar is the seventh and final session of the series, Disaster Research Training for Children and Families. The series is intended to enhance the infrastructure and to provide the skills, information and resources needed to conduct disaster mental health research with children and families. This session is made up of two 1 1/2 hour webinars, led by Randy Beaton, PhD, EMT, and a panel from the University of Washington Human Subjects Division.

Air date: July 12, 2007

Learning Objectives

Part One:

  • Recognize ethical issues involving standard of practice, informed consent, confidentiality, record keeping, and supervision in the provision of disaster mental health services
  • Recognize legal issues involving professional liability, vicarious liability, licensure, and HIPAA in the provision of disaster mental health services
  • Be able to recognize the impact of states' disaster related statutes on the provision of disaster mental health services and research
  • Understand the impact of federal statutes (HHS, FDA, & HIPAA) when conducting disaster mental health research

Part Two:

  • Identify significant gaps in knowledge about harmful effects of disasters on children's psychosocial functioning.
  • Identify significant gaps in knowledge about variables that influence the differential effects of disasters on children's psychosocial functioning.
  • Identify significant gaps in knowledge about the effectiveness of psychosocial services and interventions for children affected by disasters.
  • Identify significant challenges to extending and elaborating knowledge about the effects of disasters on children's psychosocial functioning and the effectiveness of disaster mental health interventions.

Intended Audience

Local Multidisciplinary Research Team (LMRT) members

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Quick Facts

Topics: Behavioral & Mental Health, Emergency Preparedness & Disasters, Maternal and Child Health, Vulnerable Populations & Health Disparities

Format: Webinar

Time: 3 hours

Cost: Free

NWCPHP trainings are accessed through PH LearnLink. See help.

Disaster Research Training for Children and Families Webinar Series

Session 1: Disaster Research for Children and Families: Universal Training Module

Session 2: Team Building and Culturally Competent Disaster Research

Session 3: Coping and Resilience for Youth in Traumatic Events

Session 4: Research Methodology and Program Evaluation

Session 5: Children's Disaster Mental Health and Child Mental Health Screenings

Session 6: Early Interventions and Psychoeducational Group Interventions with Children

Session 7: Disaster Research Ethics: Gaps, Challenges, and Team Sustainability

Format

The series of seven training sessions was held online, using iLinc web conferencing software. The initial Universal Training Project lasted 1.5 hours. All other training sessions in this series lasted 3 hours. Recordings of these sessions are available below.

Session Seven Presenter

Randal Beaton, PhD, EMT, is a Research Professor on the faculty of the Schools of Nursing, Public Health and Community Medicine, and the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice at the University of Washington. Dr. Beaton has conducted disaster mental health research with fire fighters and paramedics and has presented numerous trainings for public health and other providers on disaster mental health.

Competencies

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