ETH 401 Assignment 8.2 - Jones International University Dr...

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Jones International University Dr. Elizabeth Asfaw October 31, 2014 ETH 401 Assignment 8.2 By: Ja’Netta Lovett The Ethics Game™ — The Board of Directors Report
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The Board of Directors Report The Case of the Missing Forms. My decision: Include all study results in your official report. Correct the problem that resulted in the duplicate consent forms being misfiled. My reason: After careful consideration of the facts. The reason I decided this was that we needed to take action against the misfiling of the forms. In addition, we needed to include the results of all the testing. It is the right thing to do to divulge all the facts of the testing. In hoping, we can get those consent forms signed as well that would make things a lot easier. The Case of the Fudged Results. My decision: Apply uniform criteria to verify that researchers incorporate adverse data into trial design and disclosures. Allow Phase III testing to proceed as scheduled. My reason: After reviewing the information, the decision I have made was simple. In order to make the shareholders and the primary stakeholders comfortable in proceeding with the next product. Continuing to the phase, three of testing would important for the division. We just have to be careful in the reporting procedure so the FDA will not shut it down totally. We can tweak the anomaly and get it right before the product goes public.
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