Tag: research ethics

Blog Posts (42)

April 19, 2013

John Lantos, MD weighs in on the SUPPORT study

David Magnus, Ph.D.

John Lantos, MD weighs in on the SUPPORT study. He points out that the work of self-appointed “watch-dogs” such as Public Citizen and the Alliance for Human Research Protection are a danger to bioethics.…

April 18, 2013

NEJM Responses to the support controversy

David Magnus, Ph.D.

The New England Journal of Medicine ‘s web site has the early publication of an editorial about the controversy over the SUPPORT study of oxygen saturation levels in premature infants.…

April 4, 2013

Check out the April 2013 issue of AJOB!

DOES CONSENT BIAS RESEARCH? 

SICKLE CELL AND THE “DIFFICULT PATIENT” CONUNDRUM

February 19, 2013

"Innovative Treatment" vs Research: Which Is It?

Maurice Bernstein, M.D.

When does a doctor’s treatment of a patient become medical or surgical research? If what the doctor does is a standard and accepted method of therapy using proven medications or surgical techniques and represents nothing novel then at first glance what is occurring cannot be designated as research or can it?

December 14, 2012

Operation Delirium

Craig M. Klugman, Ph.D.

Joining the long line of examples of concerning human subjects research experiments is a profile in The New Yorker (December 17).…

September 1, 2012

AJOB's September Issue is Here!

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February 10, 2012

Is Hope a Culprit in Cancer Clinical Trials?

A recent study conducted by Emory University School of Medicine found that therapeutic misconception is alive and well in Phase I cancer research.…

November 3, 2011

November Issue of AJOB is Now Available Online!

This month’s issue of The American Journal of Bioethics is now available online. Research ethics is featured prominently in this issue with Rosamond Rhodes et al arguing for a new category of research risk and an article about the recruitment of research participants.…

October 4, 2011

A Duty to Report Dead Ends?

When an investigational agent is being studied by pharma, is there an ethical responsibility to disclose the findings of that research, even if the agent is no longer being studied or being brought to market?…

June 13, 2011

Captain America: The Next Great Research Ethics Movie?

With Captain America: The First Avenger not due to release in theaters for more than 6 weeks, the hype is pretty astonishing.…

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Published Articles (31)

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 9 - Sep 2014

On the Minimal Risk Threshold in Research With Children Ariella Binik

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 9 - Sep 2014

Making Sense of the Undue Burden Interpretation of Minimal Risk David B. Resnik

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 8 - Aug 2014

AJOB 2.0: Taking Bioethics to a New Level David Magnus, Kayhan Parsi & Richard Sharp

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 5 - May 2014

Fostering IRB Collaboration for Review of International Research Francis Barchi, Megan Kasimatis Singleton & Jon F. Merz

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 4 - Apr 2014

Is There an Ethical Obligation to Disclose Controversial Risk? A Question From the ACCORD Trial Joseph P. DeMarco, Paul J. Ford, Dana J. Patton & Douglas O. Stewart

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 3 - Mar 2014

Ethics and Empiricism in the Formation of Professional Guidelines Mildred K. Cho

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 5 Issue 1 - Feb 2014

AJOB Empirical Bioethics: A Home for Empirical Bioethics Scholarship Chris Feudtner, Jeremy Sugarman, Barbara A. Koenig, Peter A. Ubel, Richard F. Ittenbach, Laura Weiss Roberts & Laurence B. McCullough

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 2 - Feb 2014

Ethical Review of Health Systems Research in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Conceptual Exploration Adnan A. Hyder, Abbas Rattani, Carleigh Krubiner, Abdulgafoor M. Bachani & Nhan T. Tran

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 14 Issue 2 - Feb 2014

Connecting Health Systems Research Ethics to a Broader Health Equity Agenda Bridget Pratt

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 13 Issue 12 - Dec 2013

Quality Improvement Ethics: Lessons From the SUPPORT Study Benjamin S. Wilfond

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News (94)

September 10, 2014 2:49 pm

NIH issues finalized policy on genomic data sharing

The National Institutes of Health has issued a final NIH Genomic Data Sharing (GDS) policy to promote data sharing as a way to speed the translation of data into knowledge, products and procedures that improve health while protecting the privacy of research participants.

August 12, 2014 1:58 pm

Japan scientist in discredited stem-cell research dead in suicide

A Japanese researcher at the center of discredited research that was initially hailed as a potential breakthrough for stem-cell treatment, killed himself after months of stress and exhaustion, officials said on Tuesday.

August 11, 2014 1:56 pm

Scientists retract narcolepsy study linked to GSK vaccine

Scientists who believed they had started to decipher links between a GlaxoSmithKline H1N1 pandemic flu vaccine and the sleep disorder narcolepsy have retracted a study after saying they cannot replicate their findings.

August 11, 2014 1:31 pm

Ethical questions emerge over who gets Ebola drug

In a development that raises a host of ethical issues, Spain announced it had obtained a scarce U.S.-made experimental Ebola drug to treat a Spanish missionary priest infected with the killer virus.

July 10, 2014 4:02 pm

Did Facebook and PNAS violate human research protections in an unethical experiment?

Whatever good and bad things about Facebook there are, however, there’s one thing that I never expected the company to be engaging in, and that’s unethical human subjects research.

July 2, 2014 3:36 pm

Everything We Know About Facebook's Secret Mood Manipulation Experiment

Facebook’s News Feed—the main list of status updates, messages, and photos you see when you open Facebook on your computer or phone—is not a perfect mirror of the world.

July 2, 2014 3:33 pm

Study finds vaccine side effects extremely rare

Serious complications related to vaccines are very rare, and there is no evidence that immunizations cause autism, according to an analysis of 67 research studies.

June 30, 2014 6:13 pm

Stem cells: Taking a stand against pseudoscience

Elena Cattaneo and Gilberto Corbellini are among the academics working to protect patients from questionable stem-cell therapies. Here, they share their experiences and opinions of the long, hard fight for evidence to prevail.

June 23, 2014 1:53 pm

Cancer-gene data sharing boosted

When the US diagnostics giant Myriad Genetics had its legal monopoly on breast-cancer gene testing eliminated one year ago, the company still retained an enormous edge over competitors.

June 4, 2014 2:07 pm

Japan researcher agrees to withdraw disputed stem cell paper

A Japanese researcher accused of fabricating scientific results originally hailed as a breakthrough in stem cell research has agreed to retract two papers, deepening doubts about her “game- changing” findings.

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