Issues in Medical Research Ethics

By Jürgen Boomgaarden; Pekka Louhiala et al. | Go to book overview
Contents
Introduction1
Chapter 1: On the nature of research5
The case of recruiting patients5
The conceptual foundations of scientific research and medical practice9
Chapter 2: Regulation of research15
The Case of DNA samples15
Commentary on the case17
Consent, inducement and conflict of interest in medical research and development21
Human dignity in medical research31
Chapter 3: Research versus consent41
The Case of saliva samples42
Commentary on the case45
Paternalism versus informed consent: Issues in research ethics48
Ethical issues surrounding the use of women as subjects in clinical research56
Clinical research in emergency settings64
Chapter 4: Vulnerable groups69
The Case of challenging behaviour69
Commentary on the case71
Philosophical reflections on research with cognitively impaired persons81
An open trial of drug X for Alzheimer's disease85
Chapter 5: The extent of the researcher's duties87
The case of the open label extension study87
Commentaries on the case89
Bad science—bad ethics?95

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Teaching Ethics: Material for Practitioner Education (Tempe) ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: On the Nature of Research 5
  • 2: Regulation of Research 15
  • 3: Research Versus Consent 41
  • 4: Vulnerable Groups 69
  • 5: The Extent of the Researcher's Duties 87
  • Glossary 99
  • References 104
  • Appendices 108
  • List of Participants 129
  • List of Critical Readers 132
  • Index 133
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