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THE CODE OF ETHICS TO FILIPINO NURSES Code of Ethics – consists of declarations of faith, beliefs and ideals which the profession upholds and the members conform to and follow. It is a statement about what the profession itself believes and its purpose to be, and therefore, embodies a statement of beliefs about human nature. BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS OF RESEARCH SUBJECTS Beneficence – imposes a duty on researchers to minimize harm and maximize benefits. The Right to Freedom From Harm and Discomfort – researchers have an obligation to avoid, prevent or minimize harm (nonmaleficence) in studies with humans. Participants must not be subjected to unnecessary risks for harm or discomfort. The Right to Protection from Exploitation – involvement in a research study should not place participants at a disadvantage or expose them to situations for which they have not been prepared. Ex. A person reporting illegal drug use should not fear exposure to criminal authorities. Respect for Human Dignity – includes right self-determination and right to full disclosure The Right to Self-Determination - EXPERIMENTAL SUBJECT’S BILL OF RIGHTS 1. Be informed of the nature and purpose of the experiment.  2. Be given an explanation of the procedures to be followed in the  medical experiment, and any drug or device to be used.  3. Be   given   a   description   of   any   attendant   discomforts   and   risks  reasonably to be expected from the experiment.  4. Be given an explanation of any benefits to the subject reasonably to  be expected from the experiment, if applicable.  5. Be  given  a disclosure  of  any appropriate   alternative  procedures,  drugs, or devices that might be advantageous to the subject, and  their relative risks and benefits. 
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6. Be informed of the avenues of medical treatment, if any, available to  the subject after the experiment if complications should arise.  7. Be   given   an   opportunity   to   ask   any   questions   concerning   the  experiment or the procedures involved.  8. Be instructed that consent to participate in the medical experiment  may be withdrawn at any time, and the subject may discontinue  participation in the medical experiment without prejudice.  9. Be given a copy of a signed and dated written consent form when  one is required. 10. Be given the opportunity to decide to consent or not to consent to a  medical experiment without the intervention  of any element of  force, fraud, deceit, duress, coercion, or undue influence on the  subject's decision. RESPONSIBILITIES OF NURSES TO PATIENTS
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