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Research Ethics 101 Part 1.4 Tuskegee Study

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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
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