Resources authored/contributed by  Stuart Youngner
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  • Added08/28/2006

    Updated07/08/2015

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when members of the health care team disagree about whether a mentally ill patient has actually given informed consent.

    Author(s) Stuart Youngner
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • 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

    Updated09/30/2015

    research, research ethics, responsible conduct of research, ethics, research with human subjects, mentally ill, consent,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when members of the health care team disagree about whether a mentally ill patient has actually given informed consent.

    Author(s) Stuart Youngner
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
  • Added09/11/2006

    Updated02/01/2016

    engineering, engineering practice, research, research ethics, responsible conduct of research, ethics, research with human subjects, mentally ill, consent,

    A scenario meant to stimulate discussion about the ethical issues that arise when a researcher is unsure if a study participant is too incapacitated to actually give informed consent.

    Author(s) Stuart Youngner
    Contributor(s) Caroline Whitbeck
    Year 2000
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