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Topic 2 - Research Ethics - ll (in Hindi)
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  1. TARGET JRF 2018 LAST MINUTE REVISION 30 MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS PAPER 1 TARGET 80+


  2. RESEARCH ETHICS PART I


  3. The Belmont Report 3 Overarching principles 1.) Respect for persons - Informed consent - Coercion is unethical 2.) Beneficence Ethical decision making (cost-benefit analysis) 3.) Justice Equitable distribution of risks & benefits


  4. THE PRINCIPLE OF RESPECT FOR HUMAN DIGNITY . The right to self determination-Humans should be treated as autonomous agents, capable of controlling their own activities The right to full disclosure-Researcher should fully describe the nature of study, subject's right to refuse participation, researcher's responsibility and risks and benefits


  5. ISSUES RELATED TO PRINCIPLE OF RESPECT . Inability of individuals to make well informed judgements Bias . Concealment . Deception


  6. RISK BENEFIT RATIO MAJOR POTENTIAL BENEFITS TO PARTICIPANTS MAJOR POTENTIAL RISKS TO PARTICIPANTS .Access to an intervention that otherwise be unavailable to them .Comfort to discuss situation with a friendly person Increased knowledge of themselves .Satisfaction in helping others .Physical harm .Boredom ,fatigue,physical discomfort Psychological or emotional discomfort .Social risks .Loss of privacy .Loss of time Monetary or material gains Monetary costs


  7. Issue Question . Who are the stakeholders? . Are there human-subjects? Ethics What are the benefits of the research? What are the harms? Benefit vs. Harm . Can the harms be mitigated? . Do the researchers need to get informed consent from the users? Transparency & Consent Are the researchers transparent enough? .Did the researchers violate any laws in the US and internationally? Laws