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2006937620Committee on Ethical Considerations for Revisions to DHHS Regulations for Protection of Prisoners Involved in Research, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Lawrence O. Gostin, Cori Vanchieri, and Andrew Pope, editors.ill. ; 26 cm.Also available on the Internet.Includes bibliographical references and index.Adobe Acrobat Reader required
Case from the 2013 Bioethics Bowl head as part of the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference. Hosted by Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. April 5-7, 2013.
1st ed.24 cm.Nature and purposes of technology and ethics -- The problem of technology and liberal democracy -- Practicing ethics -- Ethical challenges from biotechnology -- Life and lineage: genetics and the beginning of life -- The meaning of life in the laboratory -- The age of genetic technology arrives -- Cloning and the posthuman future -- Body and soul : parts and whole in the midst of life -- Organs for sale? : propriety, property and the price of progress -- Death and immortality : staying human at the end of life -- Is there a right to die? -- Death with dignity and the sanctity of life -- L'Chaim and its limits : why not immortality? -- Nature and purposes of biology -- The permanent limitations of biology.Includes bibliographical references (p. -305) and index.Other format available: Online version:; Kass, Leon.; Life, liberty, and the defense of dignity.; 1st ed.; San Francisco : Encounter Books, 2002Leon R. Kass. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20020528
25 cm.Part I. Foundations -- 1. Human rights, international guidelines and HIV research -- 2. U.S. regulations and HIV-related research -- 3. The informed consent process -- 4. Working with boards and committees: ECs, DSMBs, CABs -- 5. Researcher-participant relations -- 6. Researcher-community relations -- Part II. Ethics and Methodology -- 7. Recruiting for HIV-related research -- Case study one: ethical issues in Internet-based HIV primary prevention research / B.R. Simon Rosser, Ph. D., M.P.H. and Keith Horvath, Ph. D. -- 8. Clinical trials -- Case study two: clinical trials and international ethics: preventing tuberculosis in Africa / C.C. Whales, M.D., M.S. -- 9. Observational studies -- Case study three: challenges and strategies for personal safety in fieldwork / Nancy Méndez and Ingrid Vargas -- 10. Behavioral intervention studies -- Case study four: protecting the rights of human subjects who participate in HIV/AIDS research: balancing the ethics of Beneficence and Justice / Cheryl Gore-Felton, Ph. D. & Michael DiMarco, Psy. D. -- 11. Ethical issues in multicenter/multisite studies -- Case study five: managing multi-site collaborative research with community-based agencies / David Lounbury, Ph. D., Paulette Murphy, Psy. D., Janice Robinson, and Bruce Rapkin, Ph. D. -- Part III. Populations -- 12. HIV research with children -- Case study six: informed consent and assent with juvenile detainees / Andrea Boyd, Geri Donenberg, Ph. D., and Kristi Jordan, Ph. D. -- 13. HIV-related research with cognitively impaired persons -- Case study seven: balancing risks and benefits in research with severely mentally ill participants / Sana Loue, J.D., Ph. D., M.P.H., Martha Sajatovic, M.D. Nancy Méndez, and Ingrid Vargas -- 14. Studies with minority populations -- Case study eight: ethical issues: a case study involving a research study logo and African American families / Kristi Y. Jordan, Ph. D., Gerie R. Donenberg, Ph. D., and Andrea Boyd, Ph. D. -- 15. Research in international settings -- Case study nine: ethical challenges in a multi-site international HIV prevention study with serodiscordant couples / Patricia Marshall, Ph. D., Janet W. McGrath, Ph. D., Moses Kamya, MbChb, Andrew Fullem, M.P.H., and David D. Celentano, Sc. D. -- 16. Activity-defined populations -- Case study ten: research relating to injection drug users / Linda S. Lloyd, Dr. P.H. -- Part IV. Looking Towards the Future -- 17. Training the next generation of researchers -- Case study eleven: ethical issues in training the next generation of researchers / Oscar Grusky, Ph. D. -- 18. Training community -- Case study twelve: San Diego HIV/AIDS needs assessment / Daniel J. O'Shea.Contributor biographical informationhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0824/2007925374-b.htmlPublisher descriptionhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0824/2007925374-d.htmlIncludes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GBA758674Sana Loue, Earl C. Pike. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource
Miller, Greg; Source Info: 10/10/2008, Vol. 322 Issue 5899, p186; Subject Term: BIOETHICS; Subject Term: ETHICS; Subject Term: STEM cells; Subject Term: RESEARCH; Subject Term: ETHICAL problems; Subject Term: RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: GENETICALLY modified foods; Subject Term: STUDY & teaching; Subject Term: MORAL & ethical aspects; Subject Term: BIOMEDICAL organizations; Subject Term: UNIVERSITY of Washington; Subject Term: GEORGETOWN University; Company/Entity: UNIVERSITY of Washington Company/Entity: GEORGETOWN University; Number of Pages: 2p; Document Type: Article
Miller, Greg; Source Info: 10/10/2008, Vol. 322 Issue 5899, p186; Subject Term: BIOETHICS; Subject Term: ETHICS -- Study & teaching; Subject Term: STEM cells; Subject Term: RESEARCH; Subject Term: ETHICAL problems; Subject Term: RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: GENETICALLY modified foods; Subject Term: MORAL & ethical aspects; Subject Term: BIOMEDICAL organizations; Company/Entity: UNIVERSITY of Washington Company/Entity: GEORGETOWN University; Number of Pages: 2p; Document Type: Article