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  1. Ethics in Research

  2. Historical Context • Past • German Experimentation • Tuskegee Syphilis Study • Present • Cancer Research • AIDS (AZT) Research

  3. Historical Context • Ethical system designed to prevent people from being used as scientific guinea pigs • Contemporary emphasis on the ‘rights’ of people to take risks to save themselves

  4. Ethical Issues • Voluntary Participation

  5. Ethical Issues • Voluntary Participation • Informed Consent

  6. Ethical Issues • Voluntary Participation • Informed Consent • Risk of Harm

  7. Ethical Issues • Voluntary Participation • Informed Consent • Risk of Harm • Anonymity

  8. Ethical Issues • Voluntary Participation • Informed Consent • Risk of Harm • Anonymity • Confidentiality

  9. Ethical Issues • Voluntary Participation • Informed Consent • Risk of Harm • Anonymity • Confidentiality • Right to Services

  10. Institutional Review Boards • mechanism for reviewing proposed research • mechanism for protecting the institution and researcher • submitting an IRB Proposal

  11. Keep all data and records from your research investigations for at least 5 years. It’s a good idea, depending on the investigation and the nature of the data, to keep them forever. Any party with a legitimate interest has a right to inspect your original data and data analyses (subject to participant confidentiality controls): journal editors/reviewers; professional review boards; other research colleagues