Ethical considerations and principles when conducting research among ethnic minorities, experiences from the UK – University of Copenhagen

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Ethical considerations and principles when conducting research among ethnic minorities, experiences from the UK

On 22 May 2013 MESU - the Danish Research Centre for Migration is glad to invite you to this seminar with Principal Research Fellow Ghazala Mir from the University of Leeds. Her research focuses on health inequalities affecting people from minority ethnic and faith communities.

The seminar will present ten guiding principles for the design, conduct and reporting of research on ethnicity and health, with examples of how these might be put into practice. The principles were developed through a consensus-building exercise between leading academics, practitioners and policymakers in the UK and provide a strong foundation for broader international consensus.

Programme

14:00 - 14:10 Welcome by associate professor, research leader Marie Nørredam

14:10 - 15:00 "Principles for research on ethnicity and health: the Leeds Consensus Statement" by Principal Research Fellow Ghazala Mir

15:00-15:15 Coffee break

15:15-16:00 Discussion