Resources authored/contributed by  Atwood D. Gaines
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  • Added09/10/2006

    Updated06/30/2016

    research ethics, responsible conduct of research, responsible research conduct, ethics, research, human subjects, mentally ill, research with mentally ill, informed consent, risks, conflict of interest,

    A module meant to stimulate discussion among researchers about the ethical issues that arise in conducting research with human subjects who are mentally ill; including topics such as consent, privacy, conflict of interest.

    Author(s) Stuart Youngner Atwood D. Gaines
    Year 2006
  • Added09/10/2006

    Updated01/29/2016

    responsible conduct of research, research ethics, responsible research conduct, research, vulnerable populations, responsible, motives, international research,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when the institution funding research has morally suspicious motives.

    Author(s) Atwood D. Gaines
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated12/16/2015

    vulnerable populations, responsible conduct of research, research ethics, inclusion, exclusion, research subjects, participants in research, risks, research risks,

    Researchers propose to exclude women from the protocol on the basis of the claim that the research poses risk to reproductive systems.

    Author(s) Atwood D. Gaines
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated06/15/2016

    engineering, engineering practice, research ethics, responsible conduct of research, research on human subjects, research integrity, responsible research conduct, vulnerable populations, international research, research on women, ethnic groups, the p

    A module covering the ethical issues that arise in doing research on vulnerable populations.

    Author(s) Atwood D. Gaines
    Year 2006
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