Selection of Subjects and
Jarvik Artificial Heart Case
Assignment For Next Week
[Refer to Course Packet]
Professionalism and codes of ethics
Find a code of ethics for your future profession
Individual; family insurance
Individual; buys family insurance
Individual; can afford
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Artificial Heart
FDAs REGULATION OF CLINICAL STUDIES
In 1976 the FDA received new authority to regulate the clinical investigation and marketing
approval of medical devices.
Medical devices include important products such
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Bjork-Shiley Heart Valve Case Study
Background Leading Up To the CC Valve
The CC valve was intended to be an improvement in the Bjork-Shiley Spherical Disc
(SD) valve, which had been marketed by Shiley for many years prio
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Clinical Studies for Medical Devices
BALANCING SCIENCE AND THERAPY
The purpose of a clinical study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the new device.
To be able to draw valid conclusions about the device, the
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Business Ethics
According to Milton Friedman, there is one and only one social responsibility of business to
use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits as long as itengages in
open and fre
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Conflicts of Interest
A conflict of interest is a situation in which someone has a private or personal interest that
could influence or appear to influence the way in which that person makes decisions and
carries out prof
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Ethics and Ethical Theories
To act ethically requires that we consider our duties to others and the possible consequences of
Ethics provides us with norms about how we should treat each other for our g
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Professionalism and codes of Ethics
Webster defines a professional as one engaged in An occupation or vocation requiring training
in the liberal arts or the sciences and advanced study in a specialized field.
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Silicone Breast Implants
History of Breast Implants
The female breast has always been a powerful symbol of femininity and sexuality.
Breast implants are used by two groups of women those who want to enlarge their breasts
Syllabus, HONR 288L, Spring 2014
Course Title: Medical Devices: Applied Ethics and Public Policy
CORE Approved: SB
Gen. Ed. Approved: Scholarship in Practice
Course and Section Number: HONR 288L, 0101
Meeting Location and Times: Tuesday
Suggestions for Better Writing
1. Data are, not data is. The word data is the plural of the word datum.
2. People who, not people that. Use the word who when referring to a person.
3. a patient who is in control of his life, not a patient who
Source of Possible Quiz Questions The Belmont Report
The Belmont Report
The Belmont Report should assist scientists, subjects, reviewers and interested citizens to
understand the ethical issues inherent in research involving human subjects.
Source of Possible Quiz Questions The David Baltimore Case
This is a real life drama about research scientists from MIT who published a paper in the journal
Cell in 1986.
The researchers Drs. David Weaver, Thereza Imanishi-Kari, and David Baltimore conduc
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Sociology
Sociology is the study of social life and behavior, especially in relation to social systems.
A social system is any interdependent set of cultural and structural elements that can be thought
of as a unit.
Source of Possible Quiz Questions Social Effects of Research
It is sometimes assumed that all increases in scientific knowledge are good; it does not
follow that all research is of equal value or that constraints should not be placed on the ways
it is con