human subjects research

Whither the Institutional Review Board?

Historian Zachary Schrag's Institutional Review Blog (and his recent book, Ethical Imperialism) has been a valuable resource in tracking how federal regulations are shaping research in the humanities and social and behavioral sciences.  Today he posted a summary of a recent workshop conducted by the U.S.

Ethical Conduct of Human Subjects Research

If you use these materials, please include the following citation.
Whitt Kilburn, , 2011, "Ethical Conduct of Human Subjects Research", http://opossem.org/content/ethical-conduct-human-subjects-research
Type of Material: 
Lecture Notes and Slides
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Problem Set
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Class Activities
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CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Level: 
undergrad

These are class discussion questions for the study of ethics in human subjects research. Some are more appropriate for homework, as they require review of various websites.  

There's a draft of some lecture notes and a few power points slides, summarizing the ethical principles guiding the federal regulations. 

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