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12
Jan2016

AER15 Blog Squad: Jacqueline TulskyHow was it listening to Dr. Massie’s plenary session at the 2015 AER Conference (AER15)? It was like sitting in a cozy room, warmed by a glowing fire, catching up with a too-long-out-of-touch dear friend. Bob Massie is a magical storyteller. Describing in measured tones, touched with a tinge of irony a life challenged by health issues both genetic (hemophilia) and manmade (infection with HIV and Hepatitis C from a tainted blood supply), he painted dozens of tender, amusing, frightening pictures of a life lived, delayed [...] Read more

2
Oct2015

From a study that explores the regulatory burden researchers face to the development of a device that applies a biodegradable adhesive to internal organs, this week's Research Ethics Roundup delves into how advances in technology and changes in regulations are impacting the course of research.

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24
Sep2015

PRIM&R is pleased to welcome Boghuma Kabisen Titanji, MD, MSc, PhD, as one of the keynote speakers at the upcoming 2015 Advancing Ethical Research Conference to be hosted in Boston November 12-15, 2015. Dr. Titanji will lead off the conference program on November 13 with an address titled, Facts and Fiction: The Ethics of Healthcare Research in Developing Countries.

PRIM&R: How did you develop an interest in your field?
Boghuma Kabisen Titanji (BT): Very early on during my training as a physician in my home country Cameroon, I [...] Read more

11
Sep2015

In the wake of the controversy over the Surfactant, Positive Pressure, and Oxygenation Randomized Trial (SUPPORT), a team of bioethicists set out to answer two main questions raised by the controversy: (1) “what do people think about the risks and benefits of research on medical practices?,” and (2) “what do people think about different approaches to informing patients that this type of research is being conducted?” Their research, the Research on Medical Practices Ethics Study, examined the views of the general population regarding research on medical practices through a series [...] Read more

5
Jan2015

by Dr. Toby Schonfeld, Human Subjects Research Review Official, Environmental Protection Agency

Dr. Toby Schonfeld, Human Subjects Research Review Official at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recently shared her experience at PRIM&R’s 2014 Advancing Ethical Research Conference on the EPA's official science blog, "It All Starts with Science."  We are pleased to share her thoughts and observations with our community, and thank Dr. Schonfeld and the EPA for allowing us to do so.

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