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Human rights and research ethics human rights

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Human rights and research ethics Human Rights Research Ethics Origins in abuses of WW II Origins in abuses of WW II Narrow set of issues Narrow set of issues Intended to be universal Intended to be universal Guides the actions of governments Guides the actions of recipients of governmental funds Encoded in laws Encoded in regulations Enforced in courts Enforced by withdrawal of funds
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Uncertainty of NBAC NBAC wonders “…whether the existing rules and regulations that normally govern the conduct of U.S. investigators or others subject to U.S. regulations remain appropriate in the context of international research, or whether they unnecessarily complicate or frustrate otherwise worthy and ethically sound research projects.”
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Where we’ve been Medical versus public health ethics Human rights Ethics in international AIDS research AIDS exceptionalism The ethics of collaboration
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Exceptionalism
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AIDS exceptionalism
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AIDS exceptionalism
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AIDS industry
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12. Collaboration Public health institutions and their employees should engage in collaborations and affiliations in ways that build the public’s trust and the institution’s effectiveness. American Public Health Code of Ethics
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HIV treatment collaboration Thomas JC, Isler MR, Carter C, Torrone E. An interagency network perspective on HIV prevention. STD 2007;34(2):71-5.
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Ethics in the School of Public Health
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