classnotestest2 - Notes from Class I. Ethical Issues in...

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Notes from Class I. Ethical Issues in Research A. Literature Review 1. Organized discussion of the literature you’ve read by article or by theme 2. Critically analyze each report reviewed B. Tuskegee Study: Untreated Syphilis in Negro Males (1932-1973) 1. Purpose: PHS wanted to demonstrate the need for establishing syphilis treatment programs by investigating the effects of untreated disease 2. Research subjects: 400 poor black men from Macon County, Alabama 3. All had syphilis, none were told that they did, few were treated 4. Control Group: no treatment 5. results: 28 deaths, 100 cases of disability, 19 cases of congenital syphilis C. National Research Act 1. Passed in May 1974 2. Driving force was Public Health Service’s Tuskegee Study 3. mandated the establishment of the IRB to review research 4. Included requirements for informed consent D. The Belmont Report 1. Ethical principles and guidelines for the protection of human subjects for research. E. Belmont Commission
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course POSC 295 taught by Professor Chenoweth during the Spring '08 term at James Madison University.

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