Week 2 - Ethical Guidelines

Saving face institutional review boards committee of

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Unformatted text preview: conditions are met: Participation is attached to a clear educational objective Students have a choice of research experience or alternative activity All other ethical principles of research are followed Nuremberg Code Adopted during the Nuremberg Military Tribunal on Nazi war crimes held by the Allied Powers after W WII Developed as a response to cruelty of concentration camp experiments Outlines ethical principles and rights of human subjects Nuremberg Code Includes: Principle of voluntary consent Avoidance of unnecessary physical & mental suffering Avoidance of experiments where death or disabling injury is likely Termination of research if its continuation is likely to cause injury, disability, or death Principle that experiments should be conducted by qualified people using the highest level of skill and care Results should be for the good of society and unattainable by any other method “Truth- in- reporting” Arriving at particular findings Suppressing findings Concealing the true sponsor Misrepresenting procedures Unexpected findings / “saving face” Institutional Review Boards Committee of diverse individuals that reviews research proposals Exempt, expedited, full review Keep in mind the purpose of the review UB’s Social & Behavioral Sciences Institutional Review Board (SBSIRB) http://www.research.buffalo.edu/rsp/ Ethics Activity Break into groups Elect a group speaker Will share brief overview of case and your group’s findings with the class Read through...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2014 for the course SOC 293 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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