Checklists for Ethics in Scientific Research: Follow-up
A list of five published papers that describe an ethics checklist has been provided in the attached spreadsheet.
Checklists for Ethics in Scientific Research
- The paper "The Behavioral Scientist’s Ethics Checklist" describes an ethics checklist that outlines fundamental concepts and concerns that behavioral scientists and businesses should consider before starting their research, as well as enable helps operationalize previous work on applying behavioral science ethically.
- The paper "Doing Data Science: A Framework and Case Study" describes an ethics checklist that can be used to conduct ethical reviews at each level of research. It addresses the difficulty of working with researchers from many fields and allows them to approach ethics from various perspectives.
- Authors engage in a variety of unethical acts, some of which are done on purpose and others which are done by accident. The paper "Publication ethics" describes a publication ethics checklist that assist readers in intentionally avoiding such misconduct and conducting honest ethical research and pursuing publications
- The paper "Ethics review: example of checklist" describes an ethics checklist to be used to determine the level of potential risk or harm from a proposed Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) research project.
- The paper "Research Ethics: Checklist: Ethical Data Collection From Human Participants" describes an ethics checklist that researchers should use when considering ethical issues that may occur in the course of their research, based on basic ethical principles.
For this research on checklists for ethics in scientific research, we leveraged the most reputable sources of information in the public domain, including websites of academic institutions such as University of Illinois, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and academic databases such as NCBI, UK Research and Innovation, and SAGE Journals.