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University of California, Davis

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Acknowledgment University of California, Davis
Contacts David M. Asmuth, MD, Division of Infectious Diseases, IRB Committee A Chair, CTSA Co-Director of PCIR & RKS
Format PowerPoint?
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Materials Provided PowerPoint Lecture Presentation (32 slides)
Title Application of the Belmont Principles of Respect for Persons, Beneficence and Justice
Topics Description This presentation covers Belmont Report, Nuremberg Code, Informed Consent, and classic historical events that resulted in our current Federal rules to protect human subjects in biomedical research.

Comments: Well organized PowerPoint? presentation about principles that make up the Belmont Report, the Nuremberg Code's role in medical ethics, and the role of the Internal Review Board (IRB). This presentation looks in detail at the early origins of Informed Consent using the example of the Walter Reed, Yellow Fever Experiments (1901). It further details the elements required of the Informed Consent that we use today, while asking what more needs to be done to ensure the safety of the research participant. The investigator must be sensitive and mindful when consenting so they do not project any form of undue influence. This comprehensive presentation provides many of the classic examples of research methodologies that were unethical, and the regulations that have resulted to prevent future harm in biomedical research and our continued responsibility to ask what is ethical and what is not in research.
Keywords Amauer Hansen; Antonio Benino; Aristides Agramonte; Assessment; Beneficence; Camp Lazear, Cuba; Cancer Cells; Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 46; Coercion; Comprehension; Confidentiality; Early Consent Form; Eugenics; Hippocrates; Information; Informed Consent; IRB Review; James Carroll; Jesse Lazear; Jewish Chronic; Disease Study; Justice; Leprosy; Medical Ethics; Medical Practice; Methods of Transmission; Mosquitoes; National Research Act; Nazi Experiments; Nazi Prison Camps; Nuremberg Code; Privacy; Protocol; Research; Respect for Persons; Specimens; Stanley Milgram; Sterilizations; The 1900 Prussian Directive; Tuskegee Syphilis Study; Undue Influence; Unjustifiable Pressures; Voluntariness; Walter Reed; William Beaumont; Willowbrook Hepatitis Experiment; Yellow Fever
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Topic Human Subjects, Research Misconduct, Other
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pptppt 7-K30_Aug08_fin-Application_of_Belmont_Principles-David_Asmuth.ppt manage 1750.5 K 20 May 2009 - 14:24 NancyHills PowerPoint? Lecture Presentation (32 slides)
Topic revision: r7 - 30 Mar 2010 - 19:35:50 - MaryBanach
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