306.864.01 FOGARTY BIOETHICS FELLOWS SEMINAR
Provides a small, interactive setting for discussion of research ethics, ethics committees, and ethics concepts among the trainees and between trainees and affiliated faculty. Sessions are divided among the following activities: reviewing and critiquing journal articles related to research ethics; trainees’ individual presentations on practicum research progress; guest speakers related to research ethics cases and/or concepts; and development and presentation of original case studies by each trainee. Topics include standard of care, justice, inducements, research ethics committees, informed consent, and gender roles in research decisions.
After completing this course, you should be able to: 1. Understand key literature in international research ethics; 2. Critically analyze case studies in research ethics; 3. Present research ethics cases and original research proposals; 4. Identify ethics issues in cases related to ethics and research.
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
Discuss key literature in international research ethics
Critically analyze case studies in research ethics
Present research ethics cases and original research proposals
Identify ethics issues in cases related to ethics and research
Prior or concurrent enrollment in: 306.665 and 306.655