mcb-bio-50-week-7-terms

mcb-bio-50-week-7-terms - • Justice What is Informed...

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Week 7 (Lecture 13) and Guest Speaker: Steven Peckman (Lecture 14) MCD Bio 50 – Spring 2009 K.Carameli, TA Lecture 13: Ethical Theories Guiding hESC Debate Understand the general concepts of Utilitarianism vs. Kantian ethics. Define these ethical theories How can these theories be applied when justifying the moral status of the embryo in hESC research? Guest Lecture 14: Informed Consent – Steven Peckman What was the Belmont Report and what do each of these below terms mean about human subject research? Respect for persons Beneficence
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Unformatted text preview: • Justice What is Informed Consent and be able to explain some of its basic elements (i.e., voluntary, risks, benefits, etc.)? What was the importance of Moore vs. University of California Regents? Under federal research guidelines, who is considered to be a “Human Subject”? Know the different agencies/regulations that guide hESC research in the U.S. and California: • National Academy of Science • California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (Proposition 71) • California Department of Public Health...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course MCD BIO 269151201 taught by Professor Christianmyer during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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