Manual for Research Ethics Committees: Centre of Medical Law and Ethics, King's College London

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Cambridge University Press, Feb 20, 2003 - Business & Economics - 558 pages
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The sixth edition of the Manual for Research Ethics Committees was first published in 2003, and is a unique compilation of legal and ethical guidance which will prove useful for members of research ethics committees, researchers involved in research with humans, members of the pharmaceutical industry and students of law, medicine, ethics and philosophy.
 

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Contents

The ethics of clinical research
5
Section IIA General guidelines
32
Observational and epidemiological research
34
Ruth Chadwick
57
Kenneth Calman
67
Protecting the interests of research
79
19
85
International research
113
44
281
46
300
fetal material in research and treatment
313
Report on the potential use of gene therapy
329
51
343
information HSG9618LASSL 965
351
patientidentifiable informationexecutive
365
Clinical investigation of medicinal
420

Ethical principles for medical research
123
ICH Good Clinical Practice Guideline
133
Governance arrangements for
150
EU Clinical Directive 200120EC of
184
European Convention on human rights
196
Medical Research Council
207
of doctors
214
Guidelines for the ethical conduct
221
assessment of marketed medicines SAMM
224
Association of the British Pharmaceutical
234
ethics committees
241
Association of the British Pharmaceutical
254
with human participants
269
Guidelines for researchers and for ethics
429
The ethical conduct of research on
435
Volunteering for research into dementia
444
Ethical considerations in HIV preventive
451
biomedical research involving human
467
review of epidemiological studies
495
Registration of an institutional review
516
Index
531
505
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Born 25th February 1959. Research Associate, Centre of Medical Law & Ethics, King's College London. Organiser of the Centre's short courses on the ethics of research on humans and lay member of Brighton Local Research Ethics Committee.

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