This Autumn, Disability Wales is delivering a series of webinars which share the learning from the DRILL Programme. DRILL, which stands for Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning, is a four nation research project which delivers the world’s first major research programme led by disabled people. The Programme is led by Disability Action NI in partnership with Disability Rights UK, Disability Wales and Inclusion Scotland.
Professor Alison Koslowski and Dr Jackie Gulland from the University of Edinburgh recently delivered a webinar as part of the series alongside members of the DRILL Ethics Committee. During the webinar members of the Disability Ethics Committee shared their experience of providing ethical support and lessons for co-production in disability research and practice.
Listed below are four videos shared during the webinar:
- Introduction to DRILL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waF6Vwaiwg8&feature=youtu.be
- The DRILL Ethics Committee Process: https://youtu.be/KbICfxernYo
- The DRILL model of ethical approval https://youtu.be/X4WNudmsmS4
- Ethics in Third Sector research https://youtu.be/xtUoJxokqy8
Further details about outputs from DRILL funded projects can be found here.
The DRILL Ethics Committee are running another virtual discussion as part of the Disability Wales/DRILL webinar series on Thursday 10th December between 2pm and 3pm BST. To register for the event go to www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ethics-in-research-coproduction-lessons-for-research-and-practice-tickets-125746004685