Ethical Vulnerable Population in Human Subject Research Create a Table or Chart Unit outcomes…
Ethical Vulnerable Population in Human Subject Research Create a Table or Chart
Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment:Explain the roles and functions of an Institutional Review BoardDelineate the role of the health information professional in research and IRB activities Discuss the process to be taken for researchApply IRB processes and policiesList the guidelines for human subject researchIdentify who is responsible for and how monitoring is accomplished
Course outcome assessed/addressed in this Assignment:GEL 7.2: Apply ethical reasoning to ethical issues within the field of study.
There have been problems over the years with research and ethics as you have read about in this week’s reading. Human subjects have been mistreated, misinformed, and harmed even though there are ethical codes and agencies that review research proposals. HIM professionals must be cautious when reviewing research protocols and take patient safety, protection, and informed consent seriously so that unethical problems do not occur. Utilizing the internet site given (hhs.gov) as well as other peer reviewed and scholarly sources on this subject create a table or chart identifying the vulnerable populations in human subject research. In a second column in your table/chart, list the ethical considerations that must be addressed regarding consent with this vulnerable population.
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The roles and functions of an Institutional Review Board
Institutional Review Board (IRB) is group of people designated to monitor and review biomedical research which majorly involves human subjects. IRB as a group must have at least five members from different backgrounds and at least one of the members must be an independent .Its also required that one of the members should be lay (Jacobs, Razavieh & Ary, 2012) .This simply means that he or she must…
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