ARECCI recommends that all projects be screened for ethical risk and offers two decision-support tools to help identify risks, determine the category of risk and determine the appropriate ethics review.

 

ARECCI Ethics Guidelines for Quality Improvement and Evaluation Projects

The ARECCI Ethics Guidelines for Quality Improvement and Evaluation Projects asks a series of questions that help teams consider the ethical risks in their project. The Guidelines are used most effectively when planning the project so that the risks are considered at every stage.

Suggested citation: Alberta Innovates. (2010). ARECCI Ethics Guidelines for Quality Improvement and Evaluation Projects. Retrieved from http://www.aihealthsolutions.ca/arecci/guidelines/

This tool is licensed under Creative Commons.

 

ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool

The ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool helps determine the primary purpose of the project, the types of ethical risks, and the appropriate type of ethics review.

Suggested citation: Alberta Innovates. (2010). ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool. Retrieved from http://www.aihealthsolutions.ca/arecci/screening/

This tool is licensed under Creative Commons.

 

SAVE THE DATE: The theme for the next ARECCI Ethics Forum is “Data’s Journey: Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls” and will be held in Edmonton on Friday, October 20, 2017. Details soon to follow.

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For more information:
Don Flaming, PhD, Manager, A Project Ethics Community Consensus Initiative (ARECCI)
Don.Flaming@albertainnovates.ca
(780) 306-1167

ARECCI Office, A pRoject Ethics Community Consensus Initiative
ARECCI@albertainnovates.ca
(780) 423-5727

ARECCI Ethics Guidelines Tool

Use the ARECCI Ethics Guidelines for Quality Improvement and Evaluation Projects to identify and mitigate potential harms in your project.

ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool

Use the ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool to determine the level of risk and appropriate ethics review for your project.