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Ethique de la recherche (1433)

Impact of recent legislative bills regarding clinical research on Italian ethics committee activity
! Article de revue

Research ethics committees : the role of ethics in a regulatory authority
Article de revue

Genetic research on rare familial disorders : consent and the blurred boundaries between clinical service and research
! Article de revue

Protection des personnes qui se prêtent à des recherches biomédicales
! Article de revue

Promouvoir l'éthique de la recherche avec des êtres humains : Rapport du Groupe de travail sur l'élaboration d'un régime d'agrément des programmes de protection des participants humains à la recherche
! CD-ROM

Ethics and the pharmaceutical industry
! Ouvrage
    SANTORO Michael A. ; GORRIE Thomas M.
    Cambridge University Press , 2007, 492 p.
    Cote : 25.19/SAN/2007

    Part I. Profits, patients' rights, and scientific progress : the ethics of clinical research conducted in private enterprises
    Part II. Marketing and the efficient utilization of healthcare resources : ethical and public policy challenges
    Part III. Patents, pricing, and equal access
    Part IV. Concluding thoughts : charting a sustainable path for the twenty-first century

Renewing the stuff of life : Stem cells, ethics, and public policy
! Ouvrage
    COHEN Cynthia B.
    Oxford University Press , 2007, 311 p.
    Cote : 18.5.4/COH/2007

    1. What are stem cells ? How do they function ? What might they do ?
    2. The search for new sources of pluripotent stem cells
    3. The moral significance of early human embryos in secular thought
    4. The moral significance of early human embryos in religious thought
    5. Creatin human-nonhuman chimeras in stem cell research
    6. International stem cell research and research cloning : three contrasting approaches
    7. The development of national policy on stem cell research in the United States
    8. In pursuit of national review and oversight of stem cell research in the United States
    Appendix A. NIH guidelines for funding of human pluripotent stem cell research, August 25, 2000
    Appendix B. Speech by President George W. Bush regarding human stem cell research, August 9, 2001
    Appendix C. Withdrawal of NIH guidelines for research using human pluripotent stem cells, November 2, 2001
    Appendix D. NIH criteria for federal funding of human pluripotent stem cells, November 7, 2001
    Appendix E. President George W. Bush's veto of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005, July 2006

Ethics and research governance : the views of researchers, helath-care professionals and other stakeholders
Article de revue

Ethics in neonatal pain research
! Article de revue

Should research ethics committees meet in public ?
Article de revue

What is the scope for the interpretation of dignity in research involving human subjects ?
! Article de revue

The informed consent aftermath of the genetic revolution. An Italian example of implementation
! Article de revue

Placebo use in clinical practice : report of the American Medical Association Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs [and commentaries]
! Article de revue
    (collectif)
    Journal of Clinical Ethics , 03/2008, 19 (1), pp. 58-69
    Cote : REVUE EN STOCK

    BOSTICK Nathan et al./ Placebo use in clinical practice : Report of the American Medical Association Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs
    SHERMAN Rachel et al./ Placebos : current clinical realities
    HROBJARTSSON Asbjorn/ Clinical placebo interventions are unethical, unnecessary, and unprofessional

The ethos and ethics of translational research (suivi de:) Open peer commentaries
! Article de revue

Strangers at the benchside : research ethics consultation (suivi de:) Open peer commentaries
! Article de revue

Ethics review of research : in pursuit of proportionality
! Article de revue

The ethics and regulation of research with human subjects
! Ouvrage
    COLEMAN Carl H. ; MENIKOFF Jerry ; GOLDNER Jesse A. ; NEVELOFF DUBLER Nancy
    LexisNexis , 2005, 746 p. + ca 30 p.
    Cote : 18.7/COL/2005

    Part I. Background and regulatory context
    1. Historical antecedents. 2. The changing face of research : new regulations, new players, new places, new agendas. 3. The federal and state regulatory structure. 4. Institutional review boards. 5. Conflicts of interest
    Part II. Reviewing research proposals : general considerations
    6. Risk-benefit assessment. 7. Informed consent. 8. Recruiting and paying subjects. 9. Research and justice : promoting the inclusion of women and racial minorities. 10. Confidentiality. 11. Monitoring of ongoing research. 12. Compensation for research injuries
    Part III. Reviewing research proposals : special situations
    13. Children. 14. Adults who lack decision-making capacity. 15. Prisoners. 16. Fetuses and embryos. 17. Genetics research

Principles and practice of clinical research (second edition)
! Ouvrage
    GALLIN John I. ; OGNIBENE Frederick P.
    Academic Press , Elsevier , 2007, 430 p.
    Cote : 18.1/GAL/2007

    (...)
    Part I. Ethical, regulatory, and legal issues
    GRADY Christine/ 2. Ethical principles in clinical research
    EMANUEL Ezekiel/ 3. Researching a bioethical question
    SCHWARTZ Joan/ 4. Integrity in research : individual and institutional responsibility
    WICHMAN Alison/ 5. Institutional review boards
    FRIEDMAN Lawrence/ 6. Data and safety monitoring boards
    TOMPKINS Anne/ 7. Data management in clinical trials
    STRAUS Stephen/ 8. Unanticipated risk in clinical research
    ZOON Kathryn et al./ 9. The regulation of drugs and biological products by the Food and Drug Administration
    KVOCHAK Patricia/ 10. Legal issues
    NUSSENBLATT Robert et al./ 11. Rules to prevent conflict of interest for clinical investigators conducting human subjects research
    KELTY Miriam et al./ 12. National Institutes of Health policy on the inclusion of women and minorities as subjects in clinical research
    LOWELL BUTLER Susan/ 13. Clinical research : a patient perspective
    BURKLOW John/ 14. The clinical researcher and the media
    Part II. Biostatistics and epidemiology
    (...)
    Part III. Technology transfer, protocol development, funding and other issues
    (...)

Guidelines for research ethics in science and technology
! Divers

Innovation santé 2015 : Plaidoyer pour les sciences du vivant
! CD-ROM

Scientific responsibility for the dissemination and interpretation of genetic research : lessons from the "warrior gene" controversy
! Article de revue

Genes, race and research ethics : who's minding the store ?
! Article de revue

The experiences of ethics committee members : contradictions between individuals and committees
Article de revue

Phase IV research : innovation in need of ethics
! Article de revue

Transforming genetic research practices with marginalized communities : a case for responsive justice
! Article de revue

Bench to bedside : Mapping the moral terrain of clinical research
! Article de revue

Groups risks, risks to groups, and group engagement in genetics research
! Article de revue

The harm-benefit tradeoff in "bad deal" trials
! Article de revue

Access to medical records for research purposes : varying perceptions across research ethics boards
! Article de revue

How can we provide effective training for research ethics committee members ? A European assessment
Article de revue

Ethics in a scientific approach : the importance of the biostatistician in research ethics committees
Article de revue

Les avancées de la recherche médicale : Enjeux économiques et limites éthiques, 20 octobre 2004
! Congrés, Colloque

Bioéthique : Espoirs thérapeutiques, respect éthique, 23 octobre 2002
! Congrés, Colloque
    Mutuelle Générale de l'Education Nationale
    MGEN , 23/10/2002, 176 p.
    Cote : 2.1/MUT/2002

    Première table ronde. La législation et la réglementation dans le domaine de la bioéthique
    CLAEYS Alain/ Où en est-on des lois de bioéthique ?
    MATHIEU Bertrand/ Les progrès et les limites de la constitution d'un droit européen de la bioéthique
    HURIET Claude/ La législation et la réglementation dans le domaine de la bioéthique
    GREMY François/ La personne dans la pratique clinique
    MICHAUD Jean/ Greffes d'organes à partir de donneurs vivants
    BARRIER Philippe/ Regard de greffé sur les principes des lois bioéthique de 1994
    MOUTEL Grégoire/ Enjeux et limites de la commercialisation du vivant
    Deuxième table ronde. La recherche : enjeux économique, aspects éthiques
    HERVE Christian/ Introduction
    TAMBOURIN Pierre/ Les enjeux économiques de la recherche biotechnologique française
    BISAGNI Anne/ L'INSERM promoteur actif de la recherche biomédicale
    LOIZEAU Martine/ Ethique et recherche au CNRS
    JOUANNEAU Anne-Catherine/ Valoraisation des résultats de la recherche (CNRS) : les enjeux économiques et les limites à des objectifs purement économiques
    JOUANNET Pierre/ L'assistance à la procréation, une pratique médicale comme une autre ?
    FEINGOLD Josué/ Le droit de savoir ou de ne pas savoir
    BERNARD Jean/ Chaque homme unique irremplaçable
    KAHN Axel/ Perspectives d'avenir
    LAXALT Jean-Michel/ Clôture

Recommandation de la Commission du 7 février 2008 concernant un code de bonne conduite pour une recherche responsable en nanosciences et nanotechnologies (2008/345/CE)
! Article de revue

The Oxford textbook of clinical research ethics
! Ouvrage
    EMANUEL Ezekiel ; LIE Reidar K. ; GRADY Christine ; et al.
    Oxford University Press , 2008, 827 p.
    Cote : 18.7/EMA/2008

    I. A selected history of research with humans
    II. Codes, declarations, and other ethical guidance for research with humans
    III. Context, purpose, and value of clinical research
    IV. Scientific design
    V. Participant selection (A. Fair participant selection, B. Special populations)
    VI. Risk-benefit assessments
    VII. Independent review and oversight
    VIII. Informed consent
    IX. Respect for human research participants
    X. Multinational research
    XI. Clinical investigator behavior

Recommendations on the ethical review of hESC FP7 research projects : Opinion n° 22
Divers

A relational ethical dialogue with research ethics committees
! Article de revue

Ethical preparedness and performance of gene therapy study co-ordinators
! Article de revue

Ethical issues in the qualitative researcher-participant relationship
! Article de revue

Ethics and research with deceased patients
! Article de revue

Stem cells from skin cells : the ethical questions
! Article de revue

Research ethics and lessons from Hwanggate : what can we learn from the Korean cloning fraud ?
! Article de revue

Duty to disclose what ? Querying the putative obligation to return research results to participants
! Article de revue

Is it ethical to keep interim findings of randomised controlled trials confidential ?
! Article de revue

Exploitation and enrichment : the paradox of medical experimentation
! Article de revue

Pulling the plug on clinical equipoise : a critique of Miller and Weijer (suivi de:) Revisiting equipoise : a response to Gifford
! Article de revue

Ethique et recherche clinique (DESC de Cancérologie - Module optionnel "Méthode éthique et encadrement réglementaire de la recherche clinique et de transfert en cancérologie", Lille 2 - COL)
! Document CEM

Collaboration corps médical - industrie : Directives de l'Académie Suisse des Sciences Médicales
! Divers

Avis : Réflexion éthique sur la diffusion des résultats de la recherche
! Divers

What makes clinical research ethical ?
! Article de revue


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