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IMED2003 Midterm: Revision 16 NotesPremium

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Integrated Medical Sciences
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Kellie Bennett
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IMED2003: Revision 16 Notes
Fundamental Principles for Using Human Subjects
What are they?
Respect for persons
Critique (2006):
Ethical analysis should be extended to cultural, gender, ethnic and
geographical considerations
Debate continues because of discrepancies over the meaning and priority
of the Belmont Report's basic ethical principles:
respect for persons, beneficence, and justice
What is Human Research?
Data, samples or exhaled breath that can be identified as belonging to a living
Use of de-(non) identified cell lines, DNA, data etc is not human research
(National Institutes of Health, USA)
Use of anonymized samples STILL = human research
Meaning of a code:
A code of ethics is only a code and carries no legal imperative.
If a person acts unethically, their institution may take actions (revoking
licenses, withdraw funding etc)
A person must be guilty of a crime in order to be punished in a court of law
An Act is supported by the law
Researchers should provide clear and comprehensive information about:
How the data will be used
The form in which the data will be stored
The purposes
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