Human Subject Participation In Research Projects: Ethical Considerations

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Authors
  1. Landolt, J.P.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Breaches in the conduct of research involving human subjects have led to a progression of corrective, institutional research ethics guidelines that include the Nuremberg Code, the Helsinki Declaration, the Belmont Report and, in Canada, the Tri-Council Policy Statement. DRDC Toronto has recently issued a set of research ethics guidelines that incorporates the relevant features of each of these models. The DRDC Toronto HREC reviews protocols submitted to it according to these guidelines, with particular attention paid to the risks and benefits to the subject involved in the research, and ensures that the rights and welfare of the subject are adequately protected, and that informed consent is obtained by adequate and approved means.

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Keywords
Human Research Ethics;Informed Consent;Breaches in Human Research;Risk/Benefit in Human Research;Human Subjects in Research
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-SL-2003-044 — Scientific Literature
Date of publication
01 Feb 2003
Number of Pages
6
Reprinted from
Canadian Military Journal, 2003, p 27-32
DSTKIM No
CA023168
CANDIS No
520367
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF);CD ROM

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