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Medical / Medical Law
|Russian term or phrase: права субъекта медицинского исследования|
|Article on ethical issues in Medicine|
|The Rights of Human-Subject in Health Research|
Human Rights in Health Research
..No human-subject research may be conducted by UCSF ...
…Human Research Subject Protection: Legal Paradox...
Ethical Issues in Intl Health Research... Key Topics: Ethical Guidelines for Research Involving Human Subjects...
... prospective review and approval of human subject research activities by ... is to protect the rights and welfare ... ohsr.od.nih.gov/info/ainfo_1.php3
RESEARCH INVOLVING HUMAN SUBJECTS
... Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP: Department of Health and Human ... assure protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects in research. ...
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rights of research participants
Rights of Research Participants
If you have any questions about the rights of research participants or research-related injury, please contact the Human Subjects Research Office, 15 Pearson Hall, (515) 294-4566; firstname.lastname@example.org or the Research Compliance Officer, Vice Provost for Research Office, 2810 Beardshear Hall, (515) 294-3115; email@example.com
Research Participants' Bill of Rights
This is a list of things that you can expect to happen should you become involved as a participant in a research project in the Department of Psychology at the University of Calgary.
This Bill was prepared by examining all of the relevant Ethical Standards from the Canadian Psychological Association's Code of Ethics for Psychologists, 1991 and rewrting these to be of relevance to research participants. Each of the rights is linked to the actual CPA Ethical Standards upon which it is based. The CPA Ethical Code can be found in Canadian Psychological Association (1992). Companion manual for the Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists, 1991. Old Chelsea PQ: author).
Фраза из Taber's Cyclopedic Med. Dict:
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Note added at 2003-05-22 12:53:05 (GMT)
Вот еще полезная ссылка: http://trochim.human.cornell.edu/kb/ethics.htm
There are a number of key phrases that describe the system of ethical protections that the contemporary social and medical research establishment have created to try to protect better the_rights_of_their_research_participants. The principle of voluntary participation requires that people not be coerced into participating in research. This is especially relevant where researchers had previously relied on \'captive audiences\' for their subjects -- prisons, universities, and places like that. Closely related to the notion of voluntary participation is the requirement of informed consent. Essentially, this means that prospective research participants must be fully informed about the procedures and risks involved in research and must give their consent to participate. Ethical standards also require that researchers not put participants in a situation where they might be at risk of harm as a result of their participation. Harm can be defined as both physical and psychological. There are two standards that are applied in order to help protect the privacy of research participants. Almost all research guarantees the participants confidentiality -- they are assured that identifying information will not be made available to anyone who is not directly involved in the study. The stricter standard is the principle of anonymity which essentially means that the participant will remain anonymous throughout the study -- even to the researchers themselves. Clearly, the anonymity standard is a stronger guarantee of privacy, but it is sometimes difficult to accomplish, especially in situations where participants have to be measured at multiple time points (e.g., a pre-post study). Increasingly, researchers have had to deal with the ethical issue of a person\'s right to service. Good research practice often requires the use of a no-treatment control group -- a group of participants who do not get the treatment or program that is being studied. But when that treatment or program may have beneficial effects, persons assigned to the no-treatment control may feel their rights to equal access to services are being curtailed.
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