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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. standards. required  to  receive  ethics training  periodically (usually on the  internet). 6
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I.  Respect for Autonomy III. Justice IV. Trust 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?  1. 
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