Flashcards in ethics Deck (8):
what is a human subject according to DHHS?
research investigator uses
data obtained through intervention or interactions
can use the individual or the individually identifiable health info
what are the 3 key concepts in human research?
beneficence (doing good)
what is required for experimentation?
independent review of the fundamental principles
validity and value in the research purpose and design
plans to minimize risk and maximize safety
each subject or authorized rep must be fully informed
disclosure of any conflicts of interest
what was the longest therapeutic study in U.S history?
Tuskegee (syphilis) study
what was Joseph Mengele known for?
"Angel of Death"
preserved skeleton of hunchback man and son
what was the example of prisoner experiments?
high exposure to dioxins
what happened in the Harvard case?
the MRI scans used to take measurements of the brain and try to discover a correlation to Alzheimer's had been altered so there would actually be a correlation