Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research in Humans

TitleTeaching Responsible Conduct of Research in Humans
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsKorenman, SG
PublisherUniversity of California at Los Angeles
Place PublishedLos Angeles
AbstractFirst published in 1994, this online book is meant for clinical investigators who do human research. It focuses on how to address ethical questions that arise in research that involves human subjects, and includes a large number of case studies and scenarios to help illustrate key concepts. Each chapter ends with an extensive annotated bibliography. The volume covers informed consent, selection of subject population, study design, and conflicts of interest that sometimes arise during research. The book can be read online, or sections can be downloaded in PDF form.
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