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Ethics in mental health research : principles, guidance, and cases
|Title||Ethics in mental health research : principles, guidance, and cases|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Authors||DuBois, James M.|
|Pagination||x, 236 p.|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Place Published||Oxford ; New York|
|ISBN Number||0195179935 (cloth alk. paper)|
|Call Number||Main Stacks 174.29689; D852e|
|Keywords||Case , ethics , Mental , PSYCHIATRY , research|
This book discusses the main ethical issues faced by mental health researchers, and provides some guidance about how researchers can work with institutional review boards and federal legislation protecting human research subjects. It covers issues as getting informed consent from individuals with cognitive disabilities, how to protect the privacy of research subjects, and how to develop trust between researchers and participants in research. The book includes a number of case studies to illustrate key ethical points and effective problem solving strategies.
2007009644101301193James M. DuBois.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.Research ethics and regulatory compliance : competing or complementary approaches? -- An ethical framework for research -- Solving ethical problems : analyzing ethics cases and justifying decisions -- Informed consent -- Decision-making capacity and the involvement of surrogates -- Thinking about harms and benefits -- Justice in recruitment and research -- Research questions and study design -- Protecting privacy and confidentiality -- Identifying and managing conflicts of interest.
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