We’re three weeks away from the 2015 Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research Conference (SBER15) and the 2015 Advancing Ethical Research Conference (AER15), so we thought we’d take a look back at a compelling moment from a previous conference. Read on for this week’s Time Capsule Tuesday.
Conference: Federal Regulations: Bane or Boon to IRBs? March 1980
Session: How Can Research Involving Human Subjects Function Optimally Und
er Federal Regulations?
Panelists: Edward L. Pattullo, Charles R. McCarthy, John Petricianni, Stanford Chodosh
“I believe that persons in the research professions have a serious obligation, together with philosophers, ethicists, theologians, and administrators, to play a leadership role in the affairs of humankind. I am convinced that there is a fundamental equation in life that requires us to give in proportion to that we have been given.” Charles R. McCarthy