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6 NCSU human_participants_in_research - RESEARCH ETHICS...

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RESEARCH ETHICS MINI ROUNDS Module VI Research with Human Participants Essay by Matt Ronning Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Administration Sponsored Programs And Regulatory Compliance This is the sixth module in a series of instructional modules and is part of the Research Ethics Initiative at North Carolina State University. The selections and commentary are by Nell Kriesberg, The Graduate School, with the assistance of Matt Ronning, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Administration Sponsored Programs and Regulatory Compliance, and Deb Paxton, Regulatory Compliance Administrator. All materials used in these modules are used with permission or pursuant to the fair use provisions of Section 107 of Title 17, the United States Copyright law. Further uses may be subject to the copyright law. The materials under North Carolina State University copyright may be used for non-profit educational purposes, if given the customary attribution. Commercial use is prohibited. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 9818359. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF). a series of modular study units
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1 Abstract The goal of this module is to present the major ethical issues when involved with research using human participants. The first text to read is the Belmont Report. Matt Ronning, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Administration Sponsored Programs and Regulatory Compliance, (SPARCS) emphasizes the need for training and self-study in an introductory essay. Two overview chapters from books on Research Ethics are described and the idea of Responsibility reviewed. In the Applied Philosophy section we focus on the Consent Form as a contract and comment upon issues of Justice and Honesty. In the Major Theme section we review the institutional guidelines at NC State University and review the SPARCS training site. A case study focuses on issues that arise when doing anthropology research. The topic for the Study Question is “Power Differentials Between Researcher and Subject.” As with all the modules in this series, the selected readings are available electronically via the NC State University electronic course reserve system. To access a reading, click on the hyperlinked title. To see the complete list of readings, click on the NCSU library course reserves at http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/rbr . Enter either GRAD500 or RUFTY at the prompt and scroll through the list. Brief Table of Contents Introduction: The Belmont Report, Different Types of Duties as per Tom Regan, Ken Pimple’s handout on working with human participants Page 2 Essay: by Matt Ronning, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Administration Sponsored Programs and Regulatory Compliance Page 3-4 Overview: Book chapter from Scientific Integrity: an Introductory Text with Cases and from Research Ethics: a Reader . Page 5-6
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