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Duke University

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Acknowledgment Duke University:
Ross McKinney Jr., M.D.
Director, Clinical and Translational Research Ethics, Law & Policy
Contacts Director: Ross McKinney Jr., M.D.
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Materials Provided PDF (1 page) Course Outline
Title Responsible Conduct of Research 5-week Course Outline
Topics Description This is a 5-week Course Outline covering topics of Responsible Conduct of Research in Humans using Dr. Stanley G. Korenman’s (UCLA) on-line Textbook to guide the lecture topics.

Keywords Belmont Report; Beneficence; Case Studies; Clinical Practice; Common Rule; Conflicts of Interest (COI); Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB); Declaration of Helsinki; DNA; Embryonic; Ethics; Fabrication; Falsification; FDA; Federal Mandate; Genetics; Government Intervention; History; Industry Sponsorship; Informed Consent; Institution Review Board (IRB); International Clinical Research; Investigators; Justice; Malfeasance; Materials Transfer Agreements (MTAs); Mentorship; Misconduct; Monitoring; NIH; Nuremberg Trials; Office of Research Integrity (ORI); Plagiarism; Professional Societies; Respect for Persons; Risk to Benefit Ratio; Serious Adverse Effects (SAE); Stem Cell; Subject Populations; Whistleblowing
See Also See Dr. Stanley Korenman’s on-line RCR Textbook entitled: “Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research in Humans” (RCRH).
Topic Conflicts of Interest and Commitment, Human Subjects, Research Misconduct, Mentor and Trainee Responsibilities, Course Syllabi, Reading List
Topic revision: r5 - 30 Mar 2010 - 19:25:00 - MaryBanach
ResearchEthics.RCR_5_Week_Course_Outline moved from ResearchEthics.ResponsibleConductOfResearch5WeekCourseOutline on 19 May 2009 - 18:30 by CTSpediaAdmin - put it back
 
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