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Human Research Ethics Training - Index of Slides
1    Welcome
2    Contents
3    I. Introduction
4    WHAT IS ETHICAL RESEARCH?
5    II. A Brief History of Research Ethics Violations and Regulation
6    NAZI HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION
7    THE NUREMBERG TRIALS AND THE NUREMBERG CODE
8    TUSKEGEE SYPHILIS EXPERIMENT: 1932-1972
9    TUSKEGEE SYPHILIS EXPERIMENT, CONTINUED
10    TUSKEGEE SYPHILIS EXPERIMENT, CONTINUED
11    OTHER INFAMOUS ALLEGATIONS OF HUMAN RESEARCH ETHICS VIOLATIONS
12    THE HELSINKI DECLARATION
13    HELSINKI AND CONTROVERSY OVER ART TRIALS IN AFRICA
14    CONTROVERSY OVER ART TRIALS IN AFRICA
15    CONTROVERSY OVER ART TRIALS IN AFRICA, CONTINUED
16    CONTROVERSY OVER ART TRIALS IN AFRICA, CONTINUED
17    OTHER RESEARCH ETHICS PROTOCOLS
18    III. Basic Tenets of Ethical Research Practice
19    1. BENEFICENCE
20    2. RESEARCH MERIT AND INTEGRITY
21    3. JUSTICE
22    4. RESPECT
23    SPECIAL PROTECTIONS FOR VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES
24    ETHICS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEES
25    IV. Ethics Controversies: Case Studies
26    CASE STUDY 1: THE VIPEHOLM CARIES STUDY
27    CASE STUDY 1: THE VIPEHOLM CARIES STUDY, CONTINUED
28    CASE STUDY 1: THE VIPEHOLM CARIES STUDY, CONTINUED
29    CASE STUDY 1: THE VIPEHOLM CARIES STUDY
30    CASE STUDY 2: NECROTIZING ULCERATIVE GINGIVITIS AT METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL, NEW YORK CITY
31    CASE STUDY 2: NECROTIZING ULCERATIVE GINGIVITIS AT METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL, NEW YORK CITY
32    CASE STUDY 3: SCIENTIFIC FRAUD -JON SUDBØ
33    CASE STUDY 3: SCIENTIFIC FRAUD -JON SUDBØ, CONTINUED
34    CASE STUDY 4: GANG LEADER FOR A DAY
35    CASE STUDY 4: GANG LEADER FOR A DAY, CONTINUED
36    CASE STUDY 4: GANG LEADER FOR A DAY, CONTINUED
37    CASE STUDY 4: GANG LEADER FOR A DAY, CONTINUED
38    CASE STUDY 4: GANG LEADER FOR A DAY
39    V. Research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
40    INTRODUCTION
41    THE NEGATIVE LEGACY OF RESEARCH: THE STOLEN GENERATION
42    THE NEGATIVE LEGACY OF RESEARCH: THE STOLEN GENERATION CONTINUED
43    GUIDELINES FOR ETHICAL RESEARCH
44    SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL RESEARCH DEVELOPED BY THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES [1]
45    SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL RESEARCH DEVELOPED BY THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES [1]
46    SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL RESEARCH DEVELOPED BY THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES [1]
47    SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL RESEARCH DEVELOPED BY THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES [1]
48    SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL RESEARCH DEVELOPED BY THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES [1]
49    SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL RESEARCH DEVELOPED BY THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES [1]
50    SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL RESEARCH DEVELOPED BY THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES [1]
51    CONCLUSIONS: TOWARDS DECOLONISING RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES AND ETHICS
52    CONCLUSIONS: REFLECTIONS ON AN IMPERFECT HISTORY
53    Final Thoughts

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