TAG ARCHIVES FOR ethical considerations

28
Jun2016

About four years ago, my 2012 Advancing Ethical Research Conference (AER12) poster titled Incentive Parameters for International Human Subjects Research was published on Ampersand. I was a brand new public health faculty member with big ideas on how having incentive parameters could change the way we do research—but with little insight into the methods of doing so and little understanding of why the topic would be important to NIH reviewers. Read more

26
Aug2015

On July 22, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced it was seeking comment on a framework for a five-year, NIH-wide Strategic Plan. The plan, which will ultimately be submitted to Congress and is being generated with input from senior leadership and staff across NIH, is intended to “outline a set of unifying principles to guide NIH in pursuit of its mission” and “highlight major trans-NIH themes” in order to help advance the biomedical research enterprise.

In the framework, NIH identifies three areas of opportunity that apply across biomedicine: (1) the promotion of [...] Read more

10
Dec2014

by Michael (Mike) Kraten, PhD, CPA, IRB Chair at Providence College

PRIM&R is pleased to share a post from Mike Kraten, a member of the PRIM&R Blog Squad for the 2014 Advancing Ethical Research (AER) Conference. The PRIM&R Blog Squad is composed of PRIM&R members who will blog here, on Ampersand, about the conference to give our readers an inside peek of what happened December 4-7 in Baltimore, MD. 

Have you ever experienced a sense of deja vu? A feeling of having lived through a moment in another life?

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