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How the ear works – And how to use youtube for your PhD

First, let’s see a video showing in simple graphics how the ear works. It is a simple summary of how this amazing structure functions. 305 more words


PCOS & Lyme: My Story

***For those of you who have read anything I’ve ever written, you understand that by Lyme, I actually mean MSIDS or multi systemic infectious disease syndrome… 2,028 more words


Do patients have a duty to participate in clinical trials?

The Choice to Become a Research Subject: A First-Person Perspective

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Patients with serious illnesses are often invited to participate in clinical trials. After being diagnosed with advanced cancer, I became one of those patients. 349 more words

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Join me at SITE 2017 Conference in Austin, TX

Two of my proposals were accepted for presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference in Austin, TX.  I’d love to connect with any of my readers who are also going to SITE.   268 more words

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'Except as required by law’: Australian researchers' legal rights and obligations regarding participant confidentiality

Anna Olsen, Research School of Population Health, ANU

Julie Mooney-Somers, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney

*Neither of us are lawyers and, as such, our interpretations are as social scientists and HREC members. 1,718 more words
Julie Mooney-Somers

Thorny Questions After a French Clinical Trial Goes Wrong

This post is a part of our Bioethics in the News series

By Hannah Giunta, MPH, PhD

The problem of balancing access to new drugs with the conduct of rigorous clinical trials is not new. 1,217 more words