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Title Human Subjects
Long Title Follow-up on a 20 year old study
Contributor/Contact Daniel T. Lackland, DRPH (lackland@musc.edu)
Contributor Details Daniel T. Lackland, DRPH
Department of Neurosciences
Institute of Human Values in Health Care
Medical University of South Carolina
CTSA MUSC
Case Study Provided A PI is the custodian of a newborn study of cocaine abusive mothers from 20 years ago. At birth, cholesterol was measured, and now there is great interest in the health status 20 years later. The PI is able to locate nearly all the original participants and would like to assess substance abuse status.
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Human Subjects No human subjects, Human subjects research
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URL http://sctr.musc.edu/
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Other RCR Keywords Cocaine abusive mothers; Consent; Contact subjects 30 years later; Custodian of a newborn study; IRB; PI
Type of Case

Source for Topic Areas Du Bois, J., & Dueker, J. (2009). Teaching and Assessing the Responsible Conduct of Research: A Delphi Consensus Panel Report. Journal of Research Administration, 40(1), 49-70.
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Topic revision: r1 - 04 Jan 2012 - 13:16:05 - DebieSchilling
 
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