This Henrietta Lacks, The Tuskegee Experiment, and Ethical Data Collection: Crash Course Statistics #12 video also includes:
I'm pleased to inform you that you've found a great video. The 12th video in the Crash Course Statistics series first explores the ideas of voluntariness, informed consent, dignity and autonomy, and beneficence in scientific experiments by telling stories from the past. It then looks at issues of data mining and privacy in online applications.
- Team up with a history teacher for the lesson
- If available, invite an ethics professor to give a presentation
- Learners should be familiar with experimental procedures
- Connects past and present conditions to highlight privacy and informed consent decisions
- Easy-to-understand explanations