6 edition of Ethical and legal issues in AIDS research found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index (p. 173-193)and index.
|Statement||Joni N. Gray and Phillip M. Lyons, Jr. and Gary B. Melton.|
|Contributions||Lyons, Phillip M., Melton, Gary B.|
|LC Classifications||KF3803.A54 G73 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|ISBN 10||0801849101, 0801849462|
|LC Control Number||94015340|
Joni N. Gray has written: 'Ethical and legal issues in AIDS research' -- subject(s): Moral and ethical aspects, AIDS (Disease), Research, Psychology, Law and legislation, Patients, Medicine, Legal. Grant Support: By the NIH (grants K23CAA1 to C.M.D, 1K24DK to D.S.) and the Johns Hopkins University Center for AIDS Research (P30AI). Disclosures: Dr. Durand reports grants from and serves on the advisory board for Gilead Sciences, grants from and serves on the advisory board for Bristol-Myers Squibb, and serves as a scientific consultant for Merck Cited by: Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford.
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""For those seeking a good, up-to-date overview of most of the ethical and legal issues involved in HIV/AIDS research, this book is a good choice. Because it encourages researchers to do their work 'diligently and thoughtfully with sensitivity to the interests of research participants' and provides researchers with insights and knowledge Format: Hardcover.
Abstract This book addresses the difficult ethical and legal issues involved in conducting psychosocial research on the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).Author: Ralf Jürgens. Ethical and legal issues in AIDS research. Full text. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
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• Understand protections to persons with HIV/AIDS • Review behaviors endangering public health. Four Bioethical Principles: • AUTONOMY - respect for the Ethical and legal issues in AIDS research book and their ability to make decisions about their own health and future.
is enacted, the ethical responsibility to take what he, or she, considers to be the right course of action regarding a positive or negative result after testing, rests with the individual.
Common ethical issues related to HIV/AIDS Knapp van Bogaert D, PhD, DPhil Steve Biko Cited by: 1. AIDS research raises ethical questions about each of these components.
First, when research involves a new vaccine Ethical and legal issues in AIDS research book treatment, both the scientific community and the subjects are faced with more unknowns than knowns.
Because AIDS research is Ethical and legal issues in AIDS research book new, the range and magnitude of Cited by: 6. Discussion of ethical issues should be highlighted in developing and resource‐limited countries regarding HIV‐preventive vaccine trials and related basic ethical principles be considered accordingly to protect research by: 3.
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LEGAL ISSUES LAW MEANING Legal - Established by or founded upon law or official or accepted rules. Law - The term law is derived from its tentoric root lag which means something which lies fixed. Law means a body of rules to guide human action Law means that which is. Reportable HIV & AIDS Requirements.
Providers who diagnose a person with HIV and AIDS are responsible to report these “confidential” cases to the local health jurisdiction and do so in a timely manner (see chart below for time requirements). Current ethical issues in HIV/AIDS research and HIV/ AIDS care P Hlongwa School of Oral Health Sciences, Faculty of Health Science, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa HIV/AIDS is a global public health concern with more than 30 million deaths having been reported.
Over 70% of the 35 million people with HIV/AIDS live in sub-Cited by: 3. Abstract. AIDS and HIV infection raise a number of important ethical issues and problems for general practitioners. The ethical issues which impinge most directly on the personal relationship between patient and practitioner are duty to care, consent and confidentiality.
These issues, and some practical problems which are likely to be encountered by Cited by: 5. Ethical issues regarding HIV/AIDS human research in the developing world remain under continuous evaluation; a critical area of concern includes informed consent.
This paper reviews several of the most important ethical and practical aspects of informed consent in HIV research in developing : Vasantha Muthuswamy. The sensitization and awareness of HIV/AIDS patients’ rights grow daily. In the past years, the patients lived in absolute oblivion of the rights they had and the ethical issues expected by them.
The society has woken up and has risen Sample Research Paper on Legal Ethics, Patient’s Rights, and HIV/AIDS. New England Journal of Public Policy Volume 4 Issue 1Special Issue on AIDS Article 18 Ethical Issues in AIDS Research Michael A.
Grodin Boston University Paula V. KaminowCited by: 2. Vaccine research:: Ethical considerations in HIV preventive vaccine research [pdf kb] a UNAIDS guidance document that is also available in French, Russian and Spanish.
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Melton. Research. Research is an area that has many ethical issues in and of itself, and research on HIV has even more ethical issues. The first and biggest issue is the fact that all research has to be. AIDS-related legal activity has occurred and where the most vigorous debate about the ethical issues posed by the threat of HIV has taken place.
A close examination of the course of events in the United States provides an opportunity to point out options that other societies might well consider. What are some of the potential ethical issues in international AIDS research.
-"When you work with a developing country where there's a resource disadvantage of some sort, and a power disadvantage, you really have to be careful, because that experience will colour future experiences, who. The HIV/AIDS pandemic continues to raise contentious ethical issues emanating from the mode of transmission and to those emanating from efforts at containing the medical condition.
Ethical issues discussed in this commentary range from HIV testing to the relationship between healthcare givers and patients within the HIV/AIDS context. We aim to raise awareness and stimulate dialogue among investigators and research ethics committees regarding ethical issues that arise specifically in the design and conduct of mHealth research involving persons living with HIV/AIDS and substance abuse.
Following a brief background discussion of mHealth research in general, we offer a case example to illustrate the characteristics of mHealth Cited by: Here is a description of the work on adolescents, from the PARs on Ethical Issues in Research on HIV/AIDS and its Co-Morbidities Ethics of Research Involving Adolescents and Young Adults Research with adolescents is urgently needed to meet the needs of.
©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC This research paper talks about the ethical issues surrounding HIV/AIDS. As we all know that HIV/AIDS has globally presented numerous health challenges to people and populations, most of these challenges include moral and ethical issues related to dignity and human life.
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To explore ethical challenges in the conduct and oversight of HIV/AIDS research in correctional settings, 92 researchers; IRB chairs, members, and prisoner representatives; research ethicists; and prison administrators were asked the question, “If you had to pick the single most important ethical challenge to HIV/AIDS research with incarcerated people, what would it be?”Cited by: The Ethical Issues in Access to HIV Treatment Workgroup of the New York State AIDS Advisory Council consisted of 42 representatives of professional and academic disciplines, including HIV service providers and members of affected communities (see Appendix I).
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Legal and Ethical Pdf Related to HIV/ by Shireesha Dhanireddy, MD from the Northwest AIDS Education & Training Center. Published on YouTube on Author: Diane Batemarco.Cancer patients and persons with AIDS fought publicly with the medical research establishment about the long time needed to get approval for and complete research into potential cures for fatal diseases.
In many cases, it is the ethical assumptions of the previous thirty years that drive this ‘go-slow’ mentality.Treatment and ebook approaches are discussed, and the many complex ethical and legal issues surrounding clinical and research aspects of pediatric and adolescent AIDS are delineated.
Finally, research priorities for the early s are suggested.