Lecture%2012-%20Ethics - I. Research Ethics...

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I. Research Ethics *A. How research participants  should be treated *B. How data are collected,  analyzed, and reported *C. How research results are used II. A Little History *Nazi Medical War Crimes (World  War II) *Tuskegee Syphilis Study (1930- 1972)
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*NY Jewish Chronic Disease  Hospital Study (1963) *The Willowbrook Study (1963- 1966)  History *1974: Federal Legal Protection for  Human Research Participants  Begins  *1979: The Belmont Report III. The Belmont Report *3 basic principles should underlie  all research on humans: 
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*Respect for persons (autonomy) *Beneficence *Justice *Who is the research participant? Why is it important to protect human research participants? *To promote the safety and well-being  or the participants *To implement scientifically valid  research *To allay concerns by the general  public about the responsible conduct 
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of research The researcher is specifically responsible for ensuring that:
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course SPCM 3700 taught by Professor Samp during the Fall '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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