Office for the Protection of Research Subjects (OPRS)…

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● RCR refers to :
● What is USC’s Human Subjects Protection Program (HSPP)?
● Office for the Protection of Research Subjects (OPRS)…
● Historical Background of Human Subjects Research
● Ethical and Regulatory Basis for
Human Subjects Research Protections
● What is Human Subjects Research?
● What is Not Human Subjects Research (NHSR)?
● What is the Belmont Report (1978*)?
● Are Human Subjects Still at Risk?
● Research Ethics Violations
● What is an Institutional Review Board(IRB)?
● Why Informed Consent?
● Elements of Informed Consent
● Types of Consents
● What is Privacy and Confidentiality?
● Vulnerable Subjects
● What Are Concerns in International Research?
● Institutional Review Board (IRB) Submissions
● What are Coded Data/Specimens?
● What are IRB approval criteria?*
● Why Evaluate Scientific Merit and Research Design?
● Expectations: Research Ethics
● What is iStar?
● What is CITI
(Online Human Subjects Education)?
● CITI Homepage:
www.citiprogram.org
● Federal Offices
● Who Can I Contact for Help? www.usc.edu/oprs
● HSR Discussion
● The End
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نوع زبان: انگلیسی حجم: 3.8 مگا بایت
نوع فایل: اسلاید پاورپوینت تعداد اسلایدها: 35 صفحه
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توجه: این مطلب در تاریخ 2019/05/17 12:32:21 به صورت خودکار از فضای وب آشکار توسط موتور جستجوی پاورپوینت جمع آوری شده است و در صورت اعلام عدم رضایت تهیه کننده ی آن، طبق قوانین سایت از روی وب گاه حذف خواهد شد. این مطلب از وب سایت زیر استخراج شده است و مسئولیت انتشار آن با منبع اصلی است.

https://research.usc.edu/files/2016/03/HSR-2.11.16.pptx

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introduction to the usc human subjects protection program executive director susan l. rose office for the protection of research subjects oprs usc ۱ rcr refers to research with animals conflicts of interest and scientific objectivity data acquisition and management mentoring and professional relationships collaboration in research authorship publication peer review misconduct in research human subjects research ۲ what is usc’s human subjects protection program hspp protects the rights welfare and safety of research subjects and assures excellence for research programs across the university writes policies creates educational materials and assures institutional compliance with regulations maintains usc aahrpp accreditation consists of vp for research oprs health sciences and university park irbs office of compliance researchers and staff ۳ office for the protection of research subjects oprs … establishes human subjects research hsr policies leads the hspp team oversees upc and hsc irbs creates educational materials to ensure compliance with regulations maintains policies current with new regulations changing ethics and best practices for more info visit www.oprs.usc.edu historical background of human subjects research nazi experiments tuskegee study ۵ ethical and regulatory basis for human subjects research protections nuremberg code ۱۹۴۹ scientifically valid research design with potential to produce fruitful results for good of society voluntary consent of human subjects declaration of helsinki ۱۹۶۴ guidance for medical doctors undertaking biomedical research with human subject risk to benefit ratio review of research by independent committees informed consent belmont report ۱۹۷۸ respect for persons beneficence justice common rule ۱۹۹۱ rules by which hsr is conducted hipaa ۱۹۹۶ protects confidentiality of private health information phi ۶ what is human subjects research research a systematic investigation including research development testing and evaluation designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge. human subject living individual s about whom an investigator whether professional or student conducting research obtains ۱ data through intervention or interaction with the individual or ۲ identifiable private information. benefit a valued or desired outcome an advantage. risk the probability of harm or injury physical psychological social or economic occurring as a result of participation in a research study. both the probability and magnitude of possible harm may vary from minimal to significant. federal regulations define only minimal risk. as defined in ۴۵ part ۴۶ policy on the protection of human subjects ۷ what is not human subjects research nhsr not human subjects research are studies that do not meet the federal definition of human subjects and or research examples program evaluation course related activities analysis of data specimens from deceased analysis of specimens from commercial source ۸ what is the belmont report ۱۹۷۸ basic principles for human subjects research respect for person acknowledges freedom and dignity of subjects and requires subjects to voluntarily consent to participate beneficence maximize benefits and minimize harms associated with research and ensure risks are reasonably justified justice equal distribution of risk benefits among all i.e. equitable selection recruitment and fair treatment of research subjects the national commission for the protection of human subjects in biomedical and behavioral research ۹ are human subjects still at risk jesse gelsinger ۱۹۹۹ died in a gene therapy trial at upenn. researchers were later cited for violations of safety standards and informed consent requirements. ellen roche ۲ ۱ died after inhaling hexamethonium during an asthma study at johns hopkins. she developed a cough and flu like symptoms which led to organ failure. nicole wan ۱۹۹۶ died shortly after research related bronchoscopy an examination of the breathing tubes in the lung at the university of rochester at new york. need for an ethics code ۱ in ۱۹۹۹ jesse gelsinger ۱۸ died in a gene therapy trial at the university of pennsylvania. federal officials later cited penn researchers for violations of safety standards and informed consent requirements. ellen roche ۲۴ died on june ۲ ۲ ۱ after inhaling hexamethonium during an asthma study conducted at johns hopkins. she developed a cough flu like symptoms and organ failure. in ۱۹۹۶ nicole wan a healthy college student died shortly after a research related bronchoscopy an examination of the breathing tubes in the lung at the university of rochester in new york. cell samples are brushed from lung tissue research ethics violations contra costa times july ۲۵ ۲ ۱ jobless get by as medical guinea pigs ۱۱ what is an institutional review board irb an oversight committee charged with reviewing research involving human subjects functions as a surrogate human subjects advocate irb members can be faculty staff or students of the institution and local community members human subjects research must be approved by the irb before research begins ۱۲ why informed consent autonomy is the ethical principle enables subject to understand the benefits risks procedures voluntarily decide ask questions circumstances of consent provides adequate time to consider participation minimize the possibility of coercion minimize the possibility of undue influence ۱۴ elements of informed consent research statement purpose duration procedures risks discomforts benefits to subject others alternatives to participation confidentiality compensation medical treatment contact information voluntary refusal no consequences additional info may be required by irb ۱۵ types of consents parental permission child assent ۷ ۱۲ yrs old youth assent ۱۲ ۱۷ yrs old short form language barrier waiver of documentation if consent can be detrimental information fact sheet ۱۶ what is privacy and confidentiality what is the difference between privacy and confidentiality privacy is about people and setting having control over the extent timing and circumstances of sharing oneself with others. privacy is an individual right. confidentiality is about data disclosed private information given in a relationship of trust will not be divulged to others in ways not originally agreed upon. it is the obligation of the researcher to keep collected private information from being shared with others. ۱۸ vulnerable subjects vulnerability can be situational and individual pregnant women fetuses comatose patients prisoners cognitively impaired children employees students homeless vulnerability is a power differential vulnerable subjects must receive extra protections federally protected categories ۴۵ cfr ۴۶ b c d ۱۹ what are concerns in international research protections must equal protections required in the us local permission expected ethics board approval must have consent and recruitment documents in language understandable by the subjects cultural sensitivity expected …

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