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Waiving the requirement for informed consent?

When is it permissible to waive or alter the usual rules of informed consent in human subjects research?  It is a testament to the success of the modern system of regulating research with humans that such a question will seem odd, even disturbing, to many.   275 more words

Informed Consent

Waiving the requirement for informed consent?

When is it permissible to waive or alter the usual rules of informed consent in human subjects research?  It is a testament to the success of the modern system of regulating research with humans that such a question will seem odd, even disturbing, to many.   276 more words

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Clinical Trial Disaster in France

Jonathan Kimmelman comments on the recent phase 1 clinical research trial that left one healthy volunteer brain dead and five others hospitalized. 969 more words

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HIV prevention: benefits, barriers, and ethical concerns

Ethical Implications of HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for African American Women and Adolescent Girls

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Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a new HIV prevention strategy approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use by uninfected, high-risk adult populations. 370 more words

Bioethics

Online course in research ethics, spring 2016

Anyone who manages research also needs to be able to reflect on research. Not only the researchers themselves, but also funding bodies, journal editors, members of research ethics committees, administrators, journalists, organizations, politicians, and others. 248 more words

In The Research Debate

What are the ethics of "They don't know I'm the CEO"?

Via Experientia’s Putting People First, this post about Target’s CEO doing in-home observations and interviews with consumers.

But then this:

“No one knows I am the CEO of Target when I do that,” Cornell said during a question-and-answer session with reporters.

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Changes to the clinical trial regulations

The new Human Biomedical Research Act (HBRA) has introduced significant changes into how human subjects research is to be regulated in Singapore. To help practitioners adapt to these changes, CENTRES will be hosting a workshop in February on the HBRA, and we plan further events in 2016. 518 more words

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