|Section 6. Additional Resources
Policies, Codes, and Guidelines
Other Official Documents and Statements
Guidelines for Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects
THE NUREMBERG CODE
Presidential Commission Report:
Resources on Nonconsensual Human Experimentation
Report Concerning Radiation Experiments in the United States
Faculty & Research: Bio & Medical Research
Ethical Conduct for Research involving Humans :
Protections-Office of Human Subjects Research National Institutes of Health
Provides general information and guidelines about protecting human subjects,
including downloadable training information, and useful resources such as
the full-text of the Belmont Report.
University of Washington
Human Subjects Division
Includes information about the Human Subjects Division, contact information,
and downloadable forms.
Articles, Editorials, etc. about Human Experimentation
Publications & Policies:
"AIDS vaccines: immune to quick success," by Jeffrey Kahn
interest in research, education and patient care", Trudo Lemmens,
Peter A. Singer, CMAJ 1998;159:960-5.
review of approved research by Canadian Research Ethics Boards".
Weijer C. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2001, 164:
ethical analysis of risk." Weijer C. Journal of Law, Medicine &
Ethics 2000, 28: 344-361.
ethics wars: disputes over international research." Weijer C, Anderson
JA. Hastings Center Report 2001, 31(3): 18-20.
Soldiers?" by Jeffrey Kahn
Unblinding a clinical trial for individual gain," by Seymour Katz,
Robert V. DiGregorio, Amy Wong, Alicia Williams and Florence Singh
"Placebos: Deceptive benefits," by Jeffrey Kahn
and tribulations," by Charles Weijer
(Bioethics for clinicians 10) by Weijer C, Dickens B, Meslin E.
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1997; 156: 1153-1157.
"Shopping for clinical trials: New NIH Web site raises ethical issues,"
by Jeffrey Kahn
"Sugar pills vs
medicine: The ethics behind placebo-controlled trials," by Chris
MacDonald (Parkhurst Exchange, January 2002)
"Too Old to
Benefit? Why are so Few Seniors in Cancer Research?" by Jeffrey Kahn
Writing Assignments in Teaching Research Ethics", by Kenneth D. Pimple
"Using Small Group
Assignments in Teaching Research Ethics," by Kenneth D. Pimple
equipoise, and not the uncertainty principle, is the moral underpinning of
the RCT". Weijer C, Glass KC, Shapiro S. British Medical Journal
2000; 321: 756-758.
http://artnscience.us/Med_Ethics/index.html "A Brief History of
Military Contributions to Ethical Standards for Research
Involving Human Subjects"
Government Agencies & Committees:
Ethical Issues in HIV
by Thomas Kerns, Ph.D.
St Martin's Press
(Macmillan Ltd. in UK countries), © 1997
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