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         Ethics In Research:     more books (100)
  1. Ethics in Research With Human Participants
  2. Research Ethics in Exercise, Health and Sports Sciences (Ethics and Sport) by Mike J. McNamee, Stephen Olivier, et all 2006-12-06
  3. Case Studies in Biomedical Research Ethics (Basic Bioethics) by Timothy F. Murphy, 2004-04-01
  4. Ethics in Research (Continuum Research Methods) by Ian Gregory, 2003-12-01
  5. Ethics in Qualitative Research
  6. Ethics and Research in Inclusive Education: Values into practice
  7. Theoretical Foundations in Marketing Ethics (Research in Marketing)
  8. The Next Phase of Business Ethics, Volume 3: Integrating Psychology and Ethics (Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, 3)
  9. Research Ethics in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies: Summary of a Workshop by Roundtable on the Demography of Forced Migration, National Research Council, 2002-08-13
  10. The moral roots of prenatal diagnosis: Ethical aspects of the early introduction and presentation of prenatal diagnosis in Sweden (Studies in research ethics) by Christian Munthe, 1996
  11. Research Ethics in the Real World: Issues and Solutions for Health and Social Care Professionals by Tony Long, Martin Johnson, 2007-03-08
  12. Law and Ethics in Biomedical Research: Regulation, Conflict of Interest and Liability
  13. Situated Ethics in Educational Research
  14. Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting (Research on Professional Responsibility & Ethics in Accounting) by Cynthia Jeffrey, 2010-02-05

1. Ethics In Research
Although the last few years in the ethics of research have been tumultuous ones,it is beginning to appear that a new consensus is evolving that involves the

Language Of Research Philosophy of Research [ Ethics in Research ] Conceptualizing Evaluation Research We are going through a time of profound change in our understanding of the ethics of applied social research. From the time immediately after World War II until the early 1990s, there was a gradually developing consensus about the key ethical principles that should underlie the research endeavor. Two marker events stand out (among many others) as symbolic of this consensus. The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial following World War II brought to public view the ways German scientists had used captive human subjects as subjects in oftentimes gruesome experiments. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Tuskegee Syphilis Study involved the withholding of known effective treatment for syphilis from African-American participants who were infected. Events like these forced the reexamination of ethical standards and the gradual development of a consensus that potential human subjects needed to be protected from being used as 'guinea pigs' in scientific research. By the 1990s, the dynamics of the situation changed. Cancer patients and persons with AIDS fought publicly with the medical research establishment about the long time needed to get approval for and complete research into potential cures for fatal diseases. In many cases, it is the ethical assumptions of the previous thirty years that drive this 'go-slow' mentality. After all, we would rather risk denying treatment for a while until we achieve enough confidence in a treatment, rather than run the risk of harming innocent people (as in the Nuremberg and Tuskegee events). But now, those who were threatened with fatal illness were saying to the research establishment that they

2. Ethics In Research
ethics in research 2/15/2000 Click here to start Table of Contents ethics in research ethics in research When Ethics and Scientific Rigor Collide, Ethics Must Prevail. Concern For Human Rights Reflected In
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3. Consumers For Ethics In Research

4. Monash University Human Ethics - Ethics In Research Involving Humans
Research Grants and Ethics Branch. RGEB Home, Grant Schemes, RM4, Publications,Human Ethics, Animal Ethics. Monash University ethics in research Involving Humans.
Monash University -
Ethics in Research Involving Humans
SCERH: Standing Committee - MEMBERS ONLY About SCERH
Review of Applications - Interviews
Making an Application or Report:
National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans
Application Procedures

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Survival Kit
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5. Ethics Of Research Involving Human Participants
Ethics of Research Involving Human Participants. Click here to return to the page'smenu. ethics in research The Risk/Benefit Approach to Judging Research
Ethics of Research Involving Human Participants
    Psychological studies often raise many questions about ethics and human rights. In some cases researchers, in their quest to study some psychological process, may intrude on the right to privacy of others. Do researchers have the right to watch people as they go about their social lives in grocery stores, on street corners, in classrooms, and in public restrooms? Researchers may also deliberately deceive their subjects by giving them a cover story that provides a rationale for the manipulations and measurements, or expose them to painful stimuli to test their reactions. Researchers also risk harming their subjects as they test their hypotheses. Investigators who upset subjects by asking them to recall painful periods in their lives, ask subjects to withstand pain caused by cold water as long as they can, or pressure them to act in immoral ways cause participants psychological distress. And the most frequent wrong committed by researchers is probably the most overlooked: each year researchers waste people's time in pointless research efforts that will never yield one iota of insight into human behavior. Doing research with (and on) humans raises many questions. The following links explore some of these questions. You can complete the links in any order you wish, but its recommended that you start by completing the "self-quiz." And be sure to read the "Examples of Ethically Controversial Studies," since we will be discussing them in class.

6. UNBSJ Ward Chipman Library Ethics In Research
UNB Saint John Ward Chipman Library ethics in research. Framework for Ethics inResearch, Faculty of Applied Sciences and Engineering, University of Toronto;
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Ethics in Research
Reference Resources Authorship Bioethics Codes and Practices ... Related Subjects
Reference Resources
Collective Resources
Dictionaries and Glossaries
Handbooks and Manuals

7. 15.99.03 Ethics In Research And Scholarship
SYSTEM REGULATIONS. 15.99.03 ethics in research and Scholarship. ApprovedSeptember 29, 1995, Revised November 11, 1997, Revised April
SYSTEM REGULATIONS Approved September 29, 1995, Revised November 11, 1997, Revised April 13, 1999, Revised June 6, 2000, Revised October 2, 2001, Revised March 7, 2003 Each System component shall have a designated officer whose duties shall include the following: In deciding what sanctions are appropriate for committing misconduct in research and scholarship, the CEO or designee should consider the seriousness of the misconduct, including, but not limited to, the degree to which the misconduct: a) was intentional, knowing, or reckless; b) was an isolated event or part of a pattern; and c) had significant impact on the research record, research subjects, other researchers, institutions, or the public welfare. In conducting an investigation under this regulation, the institution shall follow the guidelines described in this section. All such procedures must be conducted in a manner that ensures fairness and protects the rights of all parties to the greatest extent possible. If the CEO or designee determines that an investigation is necessary, the CEO or designee will so notify the respondent in writing. The notice shall indicate upon what grounds the determination was made, and shall include a copy of any applicable procedures relating to such investigation, including, if appropriate, a copy of this regulation. Either simultaneously with this notice, or as soon thereafter as reasonably possible, the respondent shall be provided with written notice containing the names of the investigating committee members.

8. Framework For Ethics In Research
Framework for ethics in research. The Framework for ethics in research wasprepared by the Standing Committee on Research and Advanced Studies.
Framework for Ethics in Research
University Policy on Ethical Conduct in Research APPENDIX B
Procedures to Address Misconduct
B.1 Inquiry
B.1.1 Structure of Inquiry
B.1.2 Initiation of an Inquiry
B.2 Investigation
B.2.1 Initiation and Purpose of Investigation
B.2.2 Structure of Investigation
B.2.3 Process of Investigation
B.2.4 Report of Investigation B.2.5 Disposition of Investigation B.2.6 Appeal/Final Review APPENDIX C Listing of University of Toronto Policy Documentation PREAMBLE The successful conduct of science and engineering rests upon a reverence for truth, which is also one of its major objectives. Academic research is made possible, directly or indirectly, by the public whose support is predicated on confidence in the integrity of scientists/engineers and their institutions. Universities, research granting agencies and scientific journals correctly argue that the public interest is best served when they are permitted to be self-governing and self-regulating. However, society will accept this argument only to the extent that these institutions are able and prepared to maintain a climate of research integrity and to police themselves effectively. This includes dealing appropriately with misconduct in research. The public trust requires that academic institutions, such as the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, have in place effective policies to deal with them.

9. Committee On Ethics In Research Policies And Procedures
COMMITTEE ON ethics in research. Executive Secretary, Ethics Committee; Chair,Ethics Committee; Research Integrity Administrative Officer; Chancellor.
These procedures apply to all academic and staff appointees who are engaged in the conduct of research, whether or not the research is funded, and to all others affiliated with Indiana University- Purdue University at Indianapolis (including students) who are engaged in research through a Sponsored Program, to the extent of that research. Other research misconduct on the part of students is to be dealt with through the normal disciplinary channels as provided in the Code of Student Conduct, the Code of Student Ethics promulgated by the University Graduate School, or other relevant University policies governing the conduct of students. Part of the maintenance and perpetuation of high ethical standards includes the responsibility to report research misconduct. If University colleagues observe misconduct, they are expected to report it as provided for in these procedures.

POLICY AND PROCEDURES ON ethics in research. The University of NorthCarolina at Chapel Hill. August 15, 1994 Policy. Public trust
POLICY AND PROCEDURES ON ETHICS IN RESEARCH The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill August 15, 1994 Policy Procedures Upon receipt of written allegations, the Dean shall immediately notify the accused employee of the alleged violation of the Policy. A written report of the inquiry shall be prepared by the Dean and the Provost that states what evidence was reviewed, summarizes relevant interviews, and includes the conclusions and recommendations of the inquiry. A copy of the report shall then be given to the accused employee. If the accused employee comments on the report, those comments shall be made a part of the record. If the judgment is made by the Dean and Provost that the charge does not warrant an investigation, any reference to the charge in the personnel file of any individual shall be removed promptly. All materials relating to the charge and the determination shall be sent to the Chancellor, who shall be responsible for their security. Such records shall be maintained for at least three years. Revised 3/15/01 This Policy is maintained by the Office of the Vice Chancellor and General Counsel

11. NIEHS Research Ethics: Home
Similar pages AAMC Publications Developing a Code of ethics in research A Developing a Code of ethics in research A Guide for Scientific Societies.1997, 42 pages. As part of ongoing efforts to promote research
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The Office of the Scientific Director supports several programs designed to promote responsible conduct in research. Located within the Division of Intramural Research at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), the Office coordinates educational activities, training workshops, and conferences on ethical issues in environmental health research. The Office of the Scientific Director works closely with the NIEHS Institutional Review Board, the Office of Clinical Research, the Office of the Director, and the NIEHS Division of Extramural Research to develop institutional policies that promote research integrity. The Office also conducts interdisciplinary research on ethical, legal, and social issues in environmental health research, spanning such fields as environmental toxicology, cancer research, and environmental genomics. Top
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12. Research Methods And Ethics
ethics in research. Research Methods and Ethics Instructor John L.Falconer Reference Material
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Course Topics: Ethics in Research Research Methods and Ethics
Instructor: John L. Falconer
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SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND PUBLIC POLICY National Academy Press Ethics in Engineering Practice and Research Caroline Whitbeck Cambridge University Press
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13. Ethics In Research
ethics in research. To meet ethical standards (of the APA, the Commonwealthof Virginia, and the Federal Gov't) a study must be worthwhile
Ethics in Research To meet ethical standards (of the APA, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the Federal Gov't) a study must be
  • worthwhile
      well-designed provide new information must have means for sharing information found cost-benefit analysis
    protect welfare of subjects
      risk analysis run self as a subject anonymity v confidentiality cannot deny civil liberties to participants
        subjects cannot be coerced... informed consent must be given: deception issue right to privacy: subject's identity must never be revealed
      cannot use materials or interprete materials to participants if researcher is not qualified

    Ethical considerations in the reporting of research
    • no falsification of data make retractions of mistakes give credit for others work (no plagarism) only publish original data once share data but only if confidentiality or anonymity can be preserved peer reviewers must not "steal" ideas from papers they review
    Professional organizations such as AAAS and APA have ongoing projects and review boards dealing with ethical conduct and standards Ethical considerations for research with animals are about the same as for humans

14. Ethics In Research
ethics in research UWS POLICIES PROCEDURES DIRECTORY. Title, ethics in research.Organisational Category, RESEARCH. Reference Number, . Approval Authority, Senate.
Title Ethics in Research Organisational Category RESEARCH Reference Number Approval Authority Senate Date of Approval Date of Amendments Review Status Information and Contact Keywords ethics
The University requires that any teaching and/or research studies involving animals and/or human subjects and performed by staff/students in the name of the University and/or using the University's resources must have the approval of the relevant Ethics Committee. Full details are available from the Research Services website and the Research Services office.

Summer/Fall 1999. Table of contents ethics in research AND THE INTERNET. The Upcoming Events section includes workshops on ethics in research.
Summer/Fall 1999 Table of contents ETHICS IN RESEARCH AND THE INTERNET by Chantal Beauvais,
Site Visit and Education Co-ordinator
ince its creation about one and a half years ago, the NCEHR website has constantly evolved to meet the needs of a diverse clientele. The first step essentially dealt with NCEHR’s public image: information on the Council, its mandate and the range of services it offers. The "Who We Are" and " What We Do" sections are full of useful information on NCEHR activities. The section on "Site Visits" is particularly interesting because you will find a status report on REBs across Canada. This report, although it includes only REBs working within faculties of medicine, and was published in 1995, is still quite current because even if the context has evolved, the difficulties encountered by REBs are essentially the same. Implementation of the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans When they wish to know details about an upcoming NCEHR workshop, a simple click on "What’s New" will immediately bring up information on that workshop.

16. American Statistical Association
How can statisticians strive for ethics in research? The Committee on Professional Ethics of the American Statistical Association produced guidelines to encourage ethical and effective statistical work in morally conducive working environments.
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Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice
American Statistical Association
Prepared by the Committee on Professional Ethics
Approved by the Board of Directors, August 7, 1999
Executive Summary
This document contains two parts: I. Preamble and II. Ethical Guidelines The Preamble addresses A. Purpose of the Guidelines, B. Statistics and Society, and C. Shared Values. The purpose of the document is to encourage ethical and effective statistical work in morally conducive working environments. It is also intended to assist students in learning to perform statistical work responsibly. Statistics plays a vital role in many aspects of science, the economy, governance, and even entertainment. It is important that all statistical practitioners recognize their potential impact on the broader society and the attendant ethical obligations to perform their work responsibly. Furthermore, practitioners are encouraged to exercise "good professional citizenship" in order to improve the public climate for, understanding of, and respect for the use of statistics throughout its range of applications. The Ethical Guidelines address eight general topic areas and specify important ethical considerations under each topic.

17. Community Policies - Research (II-27)
(See II27.6 ethics in research.) top. 27.6 ethics in research. (President7/3/84; amended 10/95; amended 10/97) a. The Prevention of Research Fraud.
University of Iowa Operations Manual
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(Written to conform to Regents Procedural Guide 3/74; amended 9/93; 10/95; 9/97)
(Amended 9/93; 10/95; 9/97; 10/99; 1/02; 8/02)
27.1 Principles for Determining the Suitability of Research Done in the University
27.2 Principles Governing Restricted-Access Research
27.3 Access to Research Information
27.4 General Policy and Procedures for Review of Research Projects Involving Use of Human Subjects ...
27.9 General Policy and Procedures for Review of Research and Instruction Projects Involving Use of Animal Subjects 27.1 PRINCIPLES FOR DETERMINING THE SUITABILITY OF RESEARCH DONE IN THE UNIVERSITY. (President 7/20/84)
    a. General Considerations. All research done in the University is expected to fit within or be consistent with the following framework of objectives of the University: the education of undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students; the advancement of knowledge through research and scholarship; the preservation and dissemination of knowledge; and the advancement of the public welfare. Therefore, the mere availability of funds for research is not a sufficient justification for a research project to be undertaken in the University. It is also expected, of course, that the research shall be soundly based and give promise of significant contribution to knowledge.

18. PHCL 7605 Ethics In Research
PHCL 7605 ethics in research. To return to the Pharmacology Curriculum Page closethis window. Pharmacology PHCL 7605. ethics in research. SoM 2602. SoM 0818.
PHCL 7605 Ethics in Research
To return to the Pharmacology Curriculum Page close this window. Pharmacology PHCL 7605 Pharmacology Department Ethics in Research SoM #2602 SoM #0818 Wednsdays 4:00-5:00 PM Contact for more info pharm/Courses/PHCL7605 Office hours by appointment Course Structure References / Resources Grading Assignments ... Schedule Course Structure: The class will meet at 4PM in room 0818 for all didactic lectures. The discussion groups will meet in individual rooms. This schedule will be available before the first discussion group meeting. Discussion Leaders: Tabakoff
References: Korenman, S.G., and Shipp, A.C., Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research through a Case Study Approach. Association of American Medical Colleges Washington, D.C., 1994, 222 p. (This book is provided to each participant and forms the basis of discussion sessions.) Committee on Science, Engineering and Public Policy On Being a Scientist 2nd Ed . 1993 National Academy Press, Washington D.C., (Each participant is given a copy of this booklet to keep.)

3.2.3 ethics in research. (a) Introduction. Research and other scholarlyactivity at the University of Oklahoma must be above reproach.
3.2.3 ETHICS IN RESEARCH (a) Introduction Research and other scholarly activity at the University of Oklahoma must be above reproach. Each member of the University community has the responsibility to ensure the integrity and ethical standards in any activity with which he or she is associated directly, or any activity of which there is sufficient knowledge to determine its appropriateness. Misconduct in the conduct of research undermines the scholarly enterprise and erodes the public trust in the University community to conduct research and communicate results using the highest standards and ethical practices. The University of Oklahoma is responsible both for promoting scholarly practices that prevent misconduct and for developing policies and procedures for dealing with allegations or other evidence of scholarly or research misconduct. This policy establishes uniform policies and procedures for investigating and reporting instances of alleged or apparent misconduct involving research, including but not limited to, research or research training, applications for support of research or research training, applications for research or research training, or related research activities that are supported with funds made available under the Public Health Service Act. The policies and procedures outlined below apply to faculty, staff and students. They are not intended to address all scholarly issues of an ethical nature. For example, discrimination and affirmative action issues are covered by other institutional policies.

20. OTD: Policy And Procedures On Ethics In Research
Policy and Procedures. POLICY AND PROCEDURES ON ethics in research. TheUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. August 15, 1994. Policy.
@import ""; Policy and Procedures POLICY AND PROCEDURES ON ETHICS IN RESEARCH The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill August 15, 1994 Policy Public trust in the integrity and ethical behavior of scholars must be maintained if research is to continue to play its proper role in our University and society. It is the policy of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that research carried out by its faculty and staff be characterized by the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior. It is further the policy of the University to inform fully all affected parties where misconduct in research sponsored by, or under the administrative supervision of, the University has occurred. Each member of the University community has a personal responsibility for implementing this policy in relation to any scholarly work with which he or she is associated and for helping his or her associates in continuing efforts to avoid any activity which might be considered in violation of this Policy. Failure to comply with this Policy shall be dealt with according to the procedures specified herein and is considered to be a violation of the trust placed in each member of the faculty and staff.

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