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Assessment of psychiatric patients competency to give informed consent Legal safeguard of civil right to autonomous decision-making

Kitamura, Toshinori, 2000: Assessment of psychiatric patients competency to give informed consent Legal safeguard of civil right to autonomous decision-making (Assessment of psychiatric patients competency to give informed consent Legal safeguard ...
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Payment bid to boost IVF cycle

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Women who donate their eggs so others can have children would be paid for their trouble, under changes to the IVF code of ethics being considered by Australia's chief medical advisory and research authority.
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Researching with Human Subjects (IRB)

If your project involves working with people, you may need approval by the Institutional Review Board. Learn from an expert about how to navigate that process.
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Risks to Informed Consent in Pedagogic Research | Regan | Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice

Risks to Informed Consent in Pedagogic Research


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Informed Consent - History of Informed Consent

View the full Interactive Tutorial at: http://www.phgfoundation.org/tutorials/informedConsent/3.html The need for informed consent arose in reaction to what ...
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IRB Guidebook: Chapter IV Consideration of Research Design

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One of the ethical justifications for research involving human subjects is the social value of advancing scientific understanding and promoting human welfare by improving health care.
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Revisions to the Ethical Standards for Research

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In the United States, the DoH has been an important foundational document promoting the creation of institutional review boards (IRBs) but has had relatively little practical influence since it was effectively abandoned by the ...
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OHRP: General Informed Consent Requirements

In this Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) video, all of the characters are fictional. This presentation takes part in two scenes. In the first sce...
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Informed Consent - The Need For Informed Consent

View the full Interactive Tutorial at: http://www.phgfoundation.org/tutorials/informedConsent/4.html Legally, as society has become more litigious, a valid c...
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Teaching Ethics in the Age of Technology

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Ethical decision-making should be included as a 21st century skill (overused term but don't know of an alternative).  Some would profess that ethical decision-making has always been a needed skill....

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Institution Review Board Application: Human Subjects Protection ...

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What is the institutional review board (IRB)? VandenBos (2007) defines the IRB as "a committee named by an agency or institution to review research proposals.
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His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama: Ethics for Our Time

In this talk His Holiness turns to one of his favorite themes: the importance of compassion. Far from being a uniquely Buddhist concern, the Dalai Lama expla...
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Quorum Review IRB: Social Media in Human Research Recruitment

This video describes some of the concerns that an IRB deals with when it comes to social media and research subject recruitment.
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Framing an ethical dilemma: 4 basic concepts of medical ethics

Framing an ethical dilemma: 4 basic concepts of medical ethics | Research ethics: A virtue driven approach in Higher  Education | Scoop.it
Thinking about how these four principles relate to each other is an excellent way of framing your thought process.
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Henry Beecher: Two Myths

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Henry K. Beecher, the Harvard anesthesiologist, a scion of the illustrious New England Beechers, deserves a generous share of the credit for forcing the US government to institute ethics review. If...
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Harmonizing Research Ethics Review in Canada

Jack Corman covers the current initiatives to harmonize or streamline ethics reviews in Canada, including the Health Canada sponsored CGSB Committee to set a...
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IRB Video #2 Types of Review

This video will provide information about the three types of review of research involving human subjects. An IRB application is required for all three types ...
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The ethics of scholarly peer review: a review of the literature - L Souder

The ethics of scholarly peer review: a review of the literature - L Souder | Research ethics: A virtue driven approach in Higher  Education | Scoop.it

This review summarizes the literature of a subset of the published research and commentary on peer review - the ethics of peer review. It attempts to track the various ethical issues that arise among the key participants in peer-review systems: authors, editors, referees, and readers. These issues include: bias, courtesy, conflict of interest, redundant publication, honesty, transparency, and training. It concludes that debates over such issues as open vs. blind reviews continue unresolved but that new technologies offer some prospects for resolving old issues while they also may create new challenges.


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Introduction to the Institutional Review Board (IRB)

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An Institutional Review Board is responsible for the protection of the rights, privacy and welfare of all participants in human subjects research. Guided by federal regulatory requirements, the IRB has the authority to review, ...
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Friday Feedback: Is Consent After the Fact OK? - MedPage Today

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Friday Feedback: Is Consent After the Fact OK?
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Greg Koski, MD, PhD: "There is no such thing as retrospective, 'post-experiment' consent for participation in research. Informed consent is necessarily prospective.
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Are The Ethics Of Informed Consent Different When It Comes To Minorities? - Science 2.0

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Are The Ethics Of Informed Consent Different When It Comes To Minorities?

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Variability in research ethics review of cluster randomized trials

We aimed to assess the need for ethics guidelines for CRTs among research ethics chairs internationally, investigate variability in procedures for research ethics review of CRTs within and among countries, and elicit research ...
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Aristotle on Leadership Ethics | Everything Counts!

Aristotle on Leadership Ethics | Everything Counts! | Research ethics: A virtue driven approach in Higher  Education | Scoop.it

Aristotle says that virtue and wisdom will definitely elude leaders who fail to engage in ethical analysis of their actions.

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The Ethics and Responsibilities of the 21st Century Classroom: A Collaborative Guide to Best Practices

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Gust MEES's curator insight, March 25, 2013 2:16 PM

We hope this guide will be useful to any teacher confronting the challenges of introducing new technologies into the K-12 classroom in meaningful, inventive, productive, creative, and connected ways.

 

For as long as it proves to be productive, we’ll leave this open as a public Google Doc and we invite others to add their own best practices to this participatory document.

 

-- Cathy N. Davidson, Keynote Speaker and Workshop Leader, #earcos12

 

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Gust MEES:

 

I think that this document is far the BEST I have seen so far, check it out. please! A MUST read...

 

Actually YOU may print it and ALSO by using the print function you are able to print it in PDF format, do so for further studies ;) as long as it is still ONLINE!

 

 

Deanna Moore's curator insight, September 12, 2013 8:25 PM

I find that students should learn alot more about things that are relevant in the real world, In highnschool and middle school I learned alot of information that I will never again use in my life. For example; I have not used algebra since I learned it in middle school.My point is I havent used these things since I was young and it seems to be useless knowledge. I would have prefered to learn more about money and how to budget it.

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On the Institutional Review Board. | Infactorium

On the Institutional Review Board. | Infactorium | Research ethics: A virtue driven approach in Higher  Education | Scoop.it
The IRB is intended to safeguard patients' persons, and their information. The basic document regarding ethical research, sort of like a constitution and bill of rights for researchers and subjects, is The Belmont Report.
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