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Rehab Research

Chapter 5- Research Ethics

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What are the boundaries between practice and research? "Research (involving humans) is any manipulation, observation, or study of a human being... done with the intent of developing new knowledge and which differs in any way from customary medical practice."
What are the moral principles of action? the principles of beneficence, non-maleficence, utility, and autonomy; HIPAA
What is informed consent? requires that patients or subjects give permission for treatment or testing, and that they be given adequate information in order to make educated decisions about undergoing the treatment or test
What four components are required for true autonomy in making participation decisions? 1. disclosure, 2. comprehension, 3. voluntariness, 4. competence
What are the three general code of ethics that rehab researchers can refer to? 1. the Nuremburg Code, 2. the World Medical Association's Declaration of Helsinki, 3. the U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
What seven themes are common to the three main resources for research code of ethics? 1. informed consent, 2.design justifies the study, 3. avoidance of suffering and injury, 4. risks commensurate with potential benefit, 5. independent review of research protocols, 6. integrity in publication, 7. explicit attention to ethics
How are the risks of research categorized? physical risk, psychological risk, social risk, and economic risk
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