Ethics: Informed Consent and Health Services Research

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Ethics committees now require that individuals give informed consent to health services research. Existing ethical guidelines do not help us decide how to seek consent and have allowed managerial experimentation to remain unchecked. Do you think that alternative forms of community consent should be actively pursued? Why or why not?

Read the following article from the Proquest database on South University’s Online Library. It will help you address the question better.

"Why we should not seek individual informed consent for participation in health services research." (Journal of Medical Ethics. Oct. 2002.)

3. Discuss the human rights that require protection in research. Describe how you would protect these human rights in a clinical setting. Provide an example of a human rights study and what rights were violated.

|[pic] | |[pic] | | | |Assignment 2: Project Part 4: Identifying Ethical/Legal Factors | | | |By Friday, August 10, 2012, post your response to this week’s project assignment as a Word document to the W4: Assignment 2 Dropbox. | | | |This week, you learned about the influence of cultural, ethical, and legal factors on research. Review the 3 articles you chose in Week 1. Discuss the legal and | | | |ethical issues involved in the research. Does the author discuss IRB approval? Was Informed Consent obtained from the participants in the study? Were any of the | | | |participants part of a vulnerable population? Choose one vulnerable population. How is this population protected in...
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