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Camille Nebeker

TitleTeacher
InstitutionUniversity of California San Diego
Address9500 Gilman Drive #0725
La Jolla CA 92093
Phone858-534-7786
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    San Diego State University, San Diego, CABSPublic Health, Community Health Education
    San Diego State University, San Diego, CAMSLifespan Development
    San Diego State University, San DiegoEdDInstructional Design
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    Health Improvement Institute2015Innovation and Best Practices
    UC San Diego2015Research Integrity Faculty Award
    San Diego State University2008President's Leadership Award
    Society of Research Administrators International Association2010  - 2016Distinguished Faculty Award

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    Dr. Nebeker is an assistant professor in the UC San Diego Department of Family Medicine and Public Health with a primary appointment in Behavioral Medicine and a secondary appointment in Global Health. She holds an adjunct appointment in the Graduate School of Public Health at San Diego State University (SDSU) and is an affiliated investigator with the UC San Diego Research Ethics Program and the Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems (CWPHS). Dr. Nebeker’s expertise is in human research ethics applied to emerging technologies and capacity building to support community research and citizen science.


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    Connected and Open Research Ethics - CORE
    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nov 1, 2015 - Oct 30, 2017
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Role Description: I am leading a movement to that we call the CORE. See more here http://thecore.ucsd.edu/: Research that involves pervasive sensing and/or computational methods raise new ethical challenges for both scientists and Institutional Review Boards. In response, we asked stakeholders to design a solution and, subsequently, built Connected and Open Research Ethics. CORE has three main features including a: 1- Network 2- Q&A Forum and, 3- Resource Library.

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    1. Arigo D, Pagoto S, Carter-Harris L, Lillie SE, Nebeker C. Using social media for health research: Methodological and ethical considerations for recruitment and intervention delivery. Digit Health. 2018 Jan-Dec; 4:2055207618771757. PMID: 29942634.
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    2. Takemoto M, Lewars B, Hurst S, Crist K, Nebeker C, Madanat H, Nichols J, Rosenberg DE, Kerr J. Participants' Perceptions on the Use of Wearable Devices to Reduce Sitting Time: Qualitative Analysis. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2018 Mar 31; 6(3):e73. PMID: 29599105.
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    3. Dunseath, S., Weibel, N., Bloss, C. and Nebeker, C.NIH support of Mobile, Imaging, pervasive Sensing, Social media and location Tracking (MISST) research: Laying the foundation to examine research ethics in the digital age. npj Digital Medicine. 2018; 1(1).
    4. Das G, Cheung C, Nebeker C, Bietz M, Bloss C. Privacy Policies for Apps Targeted Toward Youth: Descriptive Analysis of Readability. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2018 Jan 04; 6(1):e3. PMID: 29301737.
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    5. Nebeker C, Harlow J, Espinoza Giacinto R, Orozco-Linares R, Bloss CS, Weibel N. Ethical and regulatory challenges of research using pervasive sensing and other emerging technologies: IRB perspectives. AJOB Empir Bioeth. 2017 Oct-Dec; 8(4):266-276. PMID: 29125425.
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    6. Nebeker C, Murray K, Holub C, Haughton J, Arredondo EM. Acceptance of Mobile Health in Communities Underrepresented in Biomedical Research: Barriers and Ethical Considerations for Scientists. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2017 Jun 28; 5(6):e87. PMID: 28659258.
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    7. Torous J, Nebeker C. Navigating Ethics in the Digital Age: Introducing Connected and Open Research Ethics (CORE), a Tool for Researchers and Institutional Review Boards. J Med Internet Res. 2017 Feb 08; 19(2):e38. PMID: 28179216.
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    8. Bloss C, Nebeker C, Bietz M, Bae D, Bigby B, Devereaux M, Fowler J, Waldo A, Weibel N, Patrick K, Klemmer S, Melichar L. Reimagining Human Research Protections for 21st Century Science. J Med Internet Res. 2016 Dec 22; 18(12):e329. PMID: 28007687.
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    9. Nebeker C, Lagare T, Takemoto M, Lewars B, Crist K, Bloss CS, Kerr J. Engaging research participants to inform the ethical conduct of mobile imaging, pervasive sensing, and location tracking research. Transl Behav Med. 2016 12; 6(4):577-586. PMID: 27688250.
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    10. Nebeker, C., and Lopez-Arenas, A.Building research integrity and capacity (BRIC): Introducing community health workers to the scientific method and ethical research practices. Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education. 2016; (17):41-45.
    11. Nebeker C, Kalichman M, Talavera A, Elder J. Training in Research Ethics and Standards for Community Health Workers and Promotores Engaged in Latino Health Research. Hastings Cent Rep. 2015 Jul-Aug; 45(4):20-7. PMID: 26152386.
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    12. Nebeker C. Smart Teaching Matters! Applying the Research on Learning to Teaching RCR. J Microbiol Biol Educ. 2014 Dec; 15(2):88-92. PMID: 25574253; PMCID: PMC4278526.
    13. Terpstra J, Coleman KJ, Simon G, Nebeker C. The role of community health workers (CHWs) in health promotion research: ethical challenges and practical solutions. Health Promot Pract. 2011 Jan; 12(1):86-93. PMID: 19346410; PMCID: PMC3748275.