by Johan PE Karlberg, MD, PhD, BSc, Founder and Editor of Clinical Trial Magnifier; Author and Editor of Reviewing Clinical Trials: A Guide for the Ethic Committee; and Author and Editor [...] Read more
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This week, we sat down with Elisa Hurley, PRIM&R’s education director and presenter of last week’s Research Ethics Beyond Respect, Beneficence, and Justice webinar. We discussed what it takes to do research ethics well, ways to become involved in human subjects protections, and key resources in the field.
Alexandra Shlimovich (AS): What does someone need to understand to do research ethics well?
Elisa Hurley (EH): I come at this question from the perspective of someone who teaches research ethics, and not [...] Read more
by Ariella Green, MSc, program planner
Medical historians may be familiar with the story of Dr. William Beaumont, but Jason Karlawish casts it in a new light in his novel, Open Wound: The Tragic Obsession of Dr. William Beaumont. The [...] Read more