Ethical Concerns in Carrying Out Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity View Full Text


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DATE

2010-07-16

AUTHORS

Howard Meltzer , Traolach S. Brugha

ABSTRACT

The main ethical issues in conducting psychiatric morbidity surveys are more concerned with respecting the voluntary nature of the exercise and the dignity of survey respondents, and ensuring that information given is confidential and held securely rather than the risk of physical injury. In this chapter, the ethical dimensions of all areas of the survey process (developing the proposal, sampling individuals, interviewing procedures, data collection, analysis and dissemination) are considered with particular reference to psychiatric morbidity research. Key issues are encouraging rather than coercing people to participate in the research, not causing distress, and ensuring that pledges of confidentiality are upheld. The further ethical constraints of surveying the mental health of different subpopulations – children, elderly people, prisoners and homeless people are also described. More... »

PAGES

437-458

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    Ethics in Psychiatry

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    978-90-481-8720-1
    978-90-481-8721-8

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