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University of Pittsburgh

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Acknowledgment Christopher M. Ryan, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, Health & Community Systems, and Clinical & Translational Science
Director, University of Pittsburgh Institutional Review Board
Contacts Christopher M. Ryan, Ph.D.
Format PDF
URL Download
Materials Provided PDF (50 Pages)
Title Human Subject Protection (Social & Behavioral Sciences) Module 2b
Topics Description This module covers the historical events that have influenced human research. The results have been regulations, as well as federal, state, local laws and policies developed by institutions. Further, this module defines what research with human subjects is, and the regulations we follow to assess risk when conducting research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. This module has excellent information on the role of the Institutional Review Board (IRB), again looking at issues that involve research in Social and Behavioral sciences. This module goes into detail about the elements of Informed Consent and what to look for to ensure that the consent process is not biased due to various factors (i.e., perceived authority). Lastly, privacy and confidentiality are covered in this comprehensive module.
Keywords 45 CFR 46, Subpart A; 45 CFR 46, Subpart B, Pregnant women, fetuses, and neonates; 45 CFR 46, Subpart C, Prisoners; 45 CFR 46, Subpart D, Children; African-American Men; Asian American Student; Assurance; Autonomous Humans; Balancing Benefits and Risks; Bronchoscopy; Cancer Cells; Celsius; Certificate of Confidentiality; Character Traits; Child Abuse or Neglect; Coercion; Compensation; Confidentiality-about Information; Cultural Issues; Deception; Declaration of Helsinki; Department of Education; Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS); Dr. Henry K. Beecher; Edward Jenner; Elder Abuse; Electric Shocks; Ethical Principles; Ethnography; Exclusion Criteria; Exemption; Expedited Review; Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA); Feasibility Studies; Federal Regulations; Focus Groups; Full Review; Gamma Globulin; Gene Transfer Trial; Generalizable Knowledge; Genetic Information; Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); History; Homosexual Practices; Illegal Behaviors; Illiterate; Immanuel Kant; Inclusion Criteria; Incomplete Disclosure; Informed Consent; Institutional Assurances; Institutional Review Board (IRB); Institution-specific Criteria; Interactions; Interventions; Interviews; Jesse Gelsinger; Jewish Chronic Disease Study; Johann Jorg; Language Issues; Level of Risk; Lidocaine; Louis Pasteur; Mexican-American Women; Milgram Study; Morality; National Science Foundation (NSF); Nazi Atrocities; Nuremburg Code; Obedience to Authority Study; Observational Studies; Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP); Oral Contraceptives; Oral History; Penicillin; Pilot Studies; Placebo; Principle of Beneficence; Principle of Justice; Principle of Respect for Persons; Privacy-About Individual Rights; Private Information; Psychological Well-being; Public Health Service (PHS); Reading Level; Recruitment; Research Activity; Researchers; Risk-Benefit Ratio; San Antonio Contraception Study; Screening; Senile Patients; Sexual Attitudes; Smallpox; Snowball Sampling; Social Health Survey; Spinal Taps; Subjects; Subjects Legal Representative; Substance Abuse; Systematic Investigation; Tea Room Trade Study; The Belmont Principles; The Belmont Report; The Common Rule; The National Commission; Therapeutic Intent; Tuskegee Syphilis Study; Vaccination Trials; Viral Hepatitis; Virtues; Vulnerable Populations; Waivers; Walter Reed; Willowbrook Hepatitis Study; World Medical Association; Yellow Fever
See Also Instructions on how to access the link at University of Pittsburgh

The modules are available to anyone who creates an account in our system of record, HSConnect. Please follow these instructions:

1. Navigate to: http://cme.hs.pitt.edu (Internet Based Studies in Education and Research site).
2. Under the "Start Here" box, click the link to "Create Account." Follow the prompts, entering a valid email address and password of your choice.
2. The next section is First, Last Name field and simple demographic information.
3. To add an affiliation in the next section, you may do so using the "Other" categories and clicking Add Level. This helps us gather statistics for our site.
4. Click the "Return to Internet Based Studies bar in the top right. You will be presented with a SS# field which you may skip by pressing "Don't Store."
5. You will then see your account profile. Click the "Return to Internet Based Studies" bar once more and you logged into the site.
6. Choose any of the modules you would like to take.

Let us know if you have any difficulties. Our help desk line is 412-648-2222.

Thanks,
HSConnect Technical Support


https://cme.hs.pitt.edu/servlet/IteachControllerServlet?actiontotake=displaymainpage

Topic Human Subjects, Research Misconduct, Collaborative Science, Other
Topic revision: r2 - 24 Jul 2009 - 18:29:45 - NancyHills
 
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