Invited Lecture by Zack Marshall on April 21st speaking about Leveraging Research on Research to Gain New Insights into Ethics, Engagement, and Knowledge Synthesis
Mr. Marshall’s presentation will focus on Leveraging Research on Research to Gain New Insights into Ethics, Engagement, and Knowledge Synthesis. Following an overview of his research program, he will present key results from The Trans Research Evidence Map: Documenting Research with Transgender and Gender Diverse People. Critically investigating the field of trans research, this project draws attention to the ways researchers have chosen to study gender diverse people, including attention to subject topics, study designs, and their intersections.
Zack will share his findings related to peer‐reviewed trans research published between 2010 and 2014, identifying evidence gaps and opportunities for knowledge synthesis. This dataset also provides a rich source of information about research ethics including informed consent, privacy and confidentiality, and fairness and equity in research participation. The presentation will conclude with a discussion of practice, policy, and research implications and his future program of research.
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