This presentation will provide an overview of inclusive research methods and considerations for the intentional and meaningful inclusion of persons with cognitive disabilities in research and development projects. Colloquium participants will understand the challenges associated with ethics applications and common pitfalls, including the concept of informed consent and how to obtain informed consent from persons with cognitive disabilities. Interactive learning activities and opportunities for discussion will be included.

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Photo de Virginie Cobigo

Virginie Cobigo (she/her)


Associate Professor, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, 
Executive Director, Open Collaboration for Cognitive Accessibility

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Munazza Tahir (she/her)


PhD Candidate, Community Psychology, University of Ottawa
Associate Director, Inclusive Research and Evaluation with Open

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Date and time
Mar 21, 2024
12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Format and location
General public
Organized by
Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services