This guide offers some materials to begin your research on the following topics: animal research subjects, authorship, conflict of interest, data integrity and management, human research participants and research misconduct.
This statement arose from the Nuremberg Military Tribunal after WWII. It states that human experimentation is only justifiable if its results benefit society, and if it is carried out in accord with basic ethical and legal principles.
The U.S. OHRP is charged with interpreting and overseeing the implementation of all regulations regarding the protection of human subjects. Includes links to ethical guidelines and regulations, fact sheets, and policy statements of the NIH.
Books, Anthologies, and Other Materials
Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Research
by Ezekiel J. Emanuel
Call Number: CSEP.R853.H8E8252003
Beyond Consent: Seeking Justice in Research
by by Jeffrey P. Kahn, Anna C. Mastroianni, Jeremy Sugarman (eds)
This online training program has been put together by the U.S. National Institutes of Health to introduce research teams to the basic guidelines and regulations governing research involving human subjects. Must register to view.