Clubs, Conferences, Events & Workshops

Accredited CPD Journal Club

Venue:  Department of Psychology, Humanities Building, Room 11 - 21
For more information, contact Dr Shinga Chigeza on [email protected]
 
 
OVERVIEW
 
Type of Activity: 
Journal Club
 
Brief Description: 
The journal club will consist of a group of registered Clinical, Counselling, and Research psychologists (target audience) who will meet for one hour per month in 2020 (eight meetings in total) to discuss articles as stipulated below. The journal club will also be open to registered educational and industrial psychologisits as well). The meetings will be question driven and appraisal focused. 
 
Journal Club Members: 
The following is a preliminary list of journal club members from the Department of Psychology, University of Pretoria (UP). It is expected that more members from the Department of Psychology, UP will join the journal club. In addition, the journal club will be open to registered Clinical, Counselling, and Research psychologists outside of UP.  
 
Title
Name
Surname
HPCSA Registration # 
Registration Category
Dr 
Shingairai
Chigeza
PS0116076
Research psychologist
Prof
Terri
Bakker
PS 0017957
Counselling psychologist
Ms
Adri 
Prinsloo 
PS 0078972
Clinical Psychologist
Dr
Sabrina 
Liccardo
PS 0104264
Research psychologist
Ms
Sonja 
Mostert
PS 012 4443
Research Psychologist
Dr
Nicoleen 
Coetzee 
PS 0062367
Research psychologist
Dr 
Anathi
Ntozini
PS 0122041
Counselling psychologist
Dr
Benny
Motileng
PS 0138398
Research psychologist
Prof 
Tharina
Guse
PS 0027111
Counselling psychologist
Prof 
David
Maree
PS 0067822
Research psychologist
Mr
Sulayman
Philander
Intern 0146064
Research psychology
Ms
Angeline
Chan
PS 0120707
Clinical psychology
Ms
Rebbecca 
Fulbeck
PS 0140856
Counselling psychologist
Mr 
Mohamed
Ahmed
PS 0118117
Clinical psychologist
Dr
Amanda
Van der Westhuizen
PS 0101478
Counselling psychologist
 
Time spent
10:00-10:15    Welcome and introduction 
10:15-11:15    Discussion of articles (the application of research to practice and practice to research)
11:15-11:30    Closing and refreshments
 
 
2020 Dates
Time
Articles
Outcomes
1.
24 February  
1 hour
Bain, L. E., Ebuenji, I. D., Ekukwe, N. C., & Awah, P. K.  (2018).  Rethinking research ethics committees in low-and medium-income countries, Research Ethics, 14(1), 1-7  doi.org/10.1177/1747016117692026 
Understand the challenges faced by ethics committees in low and medium income countries, including the difference in ethics dynamics.
2.
30 March 
1 hour
Rothman, E. F., Farrell, A., Bright, K., & Paruk, J. (2018). Ethical and Practical considerations for collecting research-related data from commercially sexually exploited children. Behavioural medicine, 44(3) 250-258.doi: 10:1080/08964289.2018.14325050
Understand the concept of ethical procedure when collecting data from vulnerable people (in this context children who have been exploited).
3.  
25 May 
1 hour
Macfarlane, B. (2017) The paradox of collaboration: a moral continuum, Higher Education Research Development, 36 (3)472-485.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2017.1288707
Critically analyse the importance of the ethical procedures when collaborating research.
4.
29 June
1 hour
Tenai, N.K., & Mbewu, G. N. (2020). Street homelessness in South Africa: A perspective from the Methodist church South Africa. HTS Teologiese studies / Theological studies, (online) 2072-8050, 1-10.
Critically examine how to engage challenges of street homelessness from an ethical point of view
 
 
5.
27 July 
1 hour
Mc leod, J. (2017). Refraining responsibility in an era of responsibilisation: education, feminist ethics. Discourse: studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 38 (1), 43-56
Exploring and understanding the responsibilities of the education feminist ethics. Analyse the discourse of cultural politics of Education.
6.  
31 August 
1 hour
Salerno, J., Knoppers, B. M., Lee, L. M., Hlaing, W.M., & Goodman, K. W. (2017). Ethics, big data and computing in epidemiology and public health, Annals of Epidemiology 27(2017), 297-301.
Understand the complexities of ethical issues with big data sets.
7. 
28 September 
1 hour
Roberts, L. D., (2015). Ethical Issues in Conducting Qualitative Research in Online Communities, Qualitative Research in Psychology. 12(3), 314-325. Doi: 10.1080/14780887.2015.1008909
 
Explore and understand the ethical challenges in doing online research
8.
26 October 
1 hour
Wilkins, S. (2017) Ethical issues in transnational higher education: the case of international branch campuses, Studies in Higher Education, 42:8, 1385-1400. Doi: 10.1080/03075079.2015.1099624.
Critically analyse the ethical analyse the ethical issues in higher international Education campuses.
 
 
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