Webinar Title: 2022 Revised Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice: Changes, Content and Connection (Parts 1 and 2)
Webinar Abstract: In January 2022, the American Statistical Association’s Committee on Professional Ethics (CoPE) completed the first 5-yearly revision of the “Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice”, updating the 2016/2018 version with the approval of the Board. CoPE had three goals for the revision: to update, to clarify, and to make the Ethical Guidelines as inclusive as possible. With these goals in mind, the guidelines make clear that they apply to any statistical practitioners, including statisticians and data scientists in all sectors.
In this 2-part webinar series, CoPE members and presenters from different domains—industry, government, and academia—will discuss the Principles and Elements of these revised guidelines, and their applicability across practice contexts. Presenters will connect their work experiences during their careers and discuss how the Ethical Guidelines can be applied to support ethical decisions and actions. The audience will learn how to connect these revised Ethical Guidelines into their statistical practice. Part 1 webinar will emphasize the Principles A, B, C, D, and Part 2 will emphasize the Principles E, F, G, H, Appendix.
Sponsor: ASA Committee on Professional Ethics (CoPE).
Date and Registration Link: (Must Register in Advance)
Part 1 Webinar: May 26th, 3-4 pm EDT (12-1 pm PDT). Guidelines Emphasized: Principles A, B, C, D
Part 2 Webinar: June 9th, 3-4 pm EDT (12-1 pm PDT). Guidelines Emphasized: Principles E, F, G, H, Appendix
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Audience: Any statistical practitioner (member and non-members of ASA) who is interested to learn more about the ASA ethical guidelines and their use in statistical practice across the career and diverse contexts.
Part 1 Webinar Speakers and what they do: (May 26th, 2022)
Part 2 Webinar Speakers and what they do: (June 9th, 2022)
Disclaimer: Any opinions expressed in this webinar are those of the authors/ presenters and do not constitute or reflect the opinions and policies of the organizations or industries they work for. Authors express their views as members of the statistical community.