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Legal aspects of research and clinical practice with human beings =
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|Other titles||Questions de droit touchant le recherche et la pratique clinique auprès des etres humains.|
|Statement||prepared by Claire Bernard, Ladan Nassiry, Bartha Maria Knoppers ; for the National Council on Bioethics in Human Research.|
|Contributions||Nassiry, Ladan, 1962-, Knoppers, Bartha Maria., National Council on Bioethics in Human Research.|
|LC Classifications||KE3960.M4 A133 1992, KF3827.M38 L443 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 35 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||35|
regulations, preambles, human subject protection, good clinical practice, research, investigation, trial, investigator, IRB, institutional review board. leges that receive federal funding for research on human subjects are required by federal law to have review boards or forfeit their federal funding. IRBs are respon - sible for carrying out U.S. government regulations proposed for human research. They must determine whether the benefits of a study outweigh its risks, whether.
professional (clinical), ethical, and legal. Treatment boundaries are set by the therapist that define and secure the ther- apist's professional relationship with the Dr. Simon is a clinical professor of psychiatry and Jil-cctor, Program in Psychiatry and Law, Georgetown University, School . Good Clinical Research Practice (GCP) is a process that incorporates established ethical and scientifi c quality standards for the design, conduct, recording and reporting of clinical research involving the participation of human subjects. Compliance with GCP provides public assurance that the rights, safety, and well-being of research.
Ethics is about judgment, which is rarely black and white. This paper highlights some of the ethical dilemmas that face practising clinicians in their everyday life and restates how useful the General Medical Council guidance is to make appropriate decisions. The authors have faced all eight of the clinical scenarios in this paper in their routine clinical practice. Today, the lines between research and clinical care are carefully drawn. Research and clinical care are explained differently to subjects, and logistics, such as billing, is handled separately in many cases. In the early days of medical experimentation, no formal distinction between research and clinical care was made, and human subjects.
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Legal aspects of research and clinical practice with human beings. Ottawa, Ont.: The Council,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Claire Bernard; Bartha Maria Knoppers; Ladan Nassiry; National Council on Bioethics in Human Research.
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taught during clinical practice, due to long working hours in the clinic and front-line interaction with patients and other.Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Research This course is offered to anyone interested or involved in the ethics of clinical research with human subjects.
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