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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/8/11 Research Ethics 9/6/11 What we’re doing today: RAM 4 Lecture Informed Consent Activity
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9/8/11 3 Areas of Ethical Concern 1. Relationship between society and science How much should society and culture dictate research?
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9/8/11 3 Areas of Ethical Concern 1. Relationship between society and science 1. Professional Issues Misconduct and fraudulent activity
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9/8/11 For Example… Marc Hauser of Harvard University
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9/8/11 3 Areas of Ethical Concern 1. Relationship between society and science 1. Professional Issues 1. Treatment of Participants
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9/8/11 Ethical Standards: Human Historically, our track record hasn’t been great: Tuskegee Syphilis Study (1932-1972) Nuremberg Trials (1947) BUT… Nuremberg Code (1948)
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9/8/11 The Belmont Report 3 Ethical Principles 1. Respect for Persons 2. Beneficence 3. Justice
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9/8/11 Respect for Persons Voluntary participation Informed consent Active = verbal consent Passive = consent by NOT returning the consent form
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