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HP 350 Fall 2009 1
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What are Research Ethics 5 Principles of Research Ethics Institutional Review Board (IRB) 2
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Theory   Research   Practice.
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Research involving human subjects  constantly faces the danger of violating  someone’s basic rights, if only the right of  privacy.  Before starting a study, a researcher should always  ask: “Should I conduct this research?” especially if it  involves a moral issue and/or a vulnerable  population. 4
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Research Ethics: 5
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Research Ethics:    The values by which the conduct  of researchers, as well as the morality of the various  strategies they use, are evaluated. Accountable to federal, state & institutional  standards. ALL researchers & assistants are  required  to  receive  ethics training  periodically (usually on the  internet). 6
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I.  Respect for Autonomy II.  Beneficence & Non-maleficence III. Justice IV. Trust V.  Fidelity & Scientific Integrity  7
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Research autonomy - Informed consent -   8
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Research autonomy -  Participant’s right (and  ability) to choose whether or not to take part in  the study. Informed consent -   9
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Research autonomy -   Participant’s right (and  ability) to choose whether or not to take part  in the study. Informed consent Written agreement to  participate   10
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Consent Form of Exercise Study 11
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When is informed consent not feasible?
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