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Recruitment, Undue influence and Coercion & Clinical Research with Pregnant Women - 2009 (Session 3)

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Air date: Wednesday, October 7, 2009, 8:30:00 AM
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Category: Bioethics
Runtime: 02:40:33
Description: Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Research

Department of Clinical Bioethics

This course is designed to provide a historical context for research regulations and to help researchers and others working in human subject research gain insights and skills into the development of research protocols and their ethical implementation.

Objectives of the Course:

To learn the codes, declarations, and other documents that govern the ethical conduct of human subject research; review the critical elements of informed consent and their implementation in actual informed consent documents for clinical research; explore controversial issues relating to human subject research, including Phase I research, randomization, children in research, international research, etc; review the purpose if IRBs and provide IRB-like experience in reviewing research protocols; understand the experience of human subjects who have participated in research protocols.

8:30-9:15 Recruitment, Undue influence and Coercion
Alan Wertheimer, Ph.D.
NIH Clinical Center Dept of Bioethics

9:15-9:25 Discussion

9:25- 10:10 Clinical Research with pregnant women
Maggie Little PhD
Georgetown University

10:10- 10:20 Discussion

10:20- 10:35 Break

10:35-11:30 Mock IRB



For more information, visit
http://www.bioethics.nih.gov
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NLM Title: Recruitment, undue influence and coercion & clinical research with pregnant women / Alan Wertheimer and Maggie Little.
Author: Wertheimer, Alan.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Clinical Center. Department of Bioethics.
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Abstract: (CIT): Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Research Department of Clinical Bioethics This course is designed to provide a historical context for research regulations and to help researchers and others working in human subject research gain insights and skills into the development of research protocols and their ethical implementation. Objectives of the Course: To learn the codes, declarations, and other documents that govern the ethical conduct of human subject research; review the critical elements of informed consent and their implementation in actual informed consent documents for clinical research; explore controversial issues relating to human subject research, including Phase I research, randomization, children in research, international research, etc; review the purpose if IRBs and provide IRB-like experience in reviewing research protocols; understand the experience of human subjects who have participated in research protocols. Recruitment, Undue influence and Coercion Alan Wertheimer, Ph.D. NIH Clinical Center Dept of Bioethics For more information, visit http://www.bioethics.nih.gov.
Subjects: Clinical Trials as Topic--ethics
Coercion
Human Experimentation--ethics
Patient Selection--ethics
Pregnant Women
Research Subjects
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NLM ID: 101518963
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