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Author: Joy Evans; Camille Liscinsky; De Gibbs; Shirley V Beckes; Jo Larsen; Evan Moor Educational Publishers (Firm)
Publisher: Monterey, CA : Evan-Moor, ©2009.
ISBNISSN: 9781596732940, 1596732946
Notes: 176 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Responsibility: Retelling tales with headbands. Grades PreK-1
Introduction: Mandate of the agencies ; Compliance with the policy --
1. Ethics Framework --
A. Importance of research and research ethics --
B. Core principles --
C. How to apply this policy --
2. Scope and approach --
A. Scope of research ethics review --
B. Approach to research ethics board review --
3. The consent process --
A. General Principles --
B. Departures from general principles of consent --
C. Capacity --
D. Consent shall be documented --
4. Fairness and equity in research participation --
A. Appropriate inclusion --
B. Inappropriate exclusion --
5. Privacy and confidentiality --
A. Key concepts --
B. Ethical duty of confidentiality --
C. Safeguarding information --
D. Consent and secondary use of identifiable information for research purposes --
E. Data linkage. 6. Governance of research ethics review --
A. Establishment of research ethics boards --
B. Procedures for REB review --
C. Reconsideration and appeals --
D. Research ethics review during publicly declared emergencies --
7. Conflicts of interest --
A. Key concepts --
B. Institutions and conflicts of interest --
C. Research ethics board members and conflicts of interest --
D. Researchers and conflicts of interest --
8. Multi-jurisdictional research --
A. Review mechanisms for research involving multiple institutions and/or multiple research ethics boards --
B. Review of research conducted outside the institution --
9. Research involving the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada --
A. Key concepts and definitions --
B. Interpreting the ethics framework in Aboriginal contexts --
C. Applying provisions of this policy in Aboriginal contexts. 10. Qualitative research --
A. Nature of qualitative research --
B. Research ethics review of qualitative research --
11. Clinical trials --
A. Key concepts --
B. Clinical trial design and registration --
C. Assessing safety and minimizing risk --
D. Financial conflicts of interest --
E. Analysis and dissemination of the data and results of clinical trial outcomes --
12. Human biological materials including materials related to human reproduction --
A. Types of human biological materials --
B. Collection of human biological materials --
C. Consent and secondary use of identifiable human biological materials for research purposes --
D. Storage and banking of human biological materials --
E. Research involving materials related to human reproduction --
F. Research involving pluripotent stem cells. 13. Human genetic research --
A. Application of core principles to genetic research --
B. Plans for managing information revealed through genetic research --
C. Genetic counselling --
D. Genetic research involving families --
E. Genetic research involving communities and groups --
F. Genetic material banks --
G. Gene transfer. Abridged. v. 1. Jungle doctor and the whirlwind --
v. 2. Jungle doctor on the hop --
v. 3. Jungle doctor sports a leopard --
v. 4. Jungle doctor's crooked dealings --
v. 5. Jungle doctor's enemies --
v. 6. Jungle doctor in slippery places --
v. 7. Jungle doctor's Africa --
v. 8 Jungle doctor on safari --
v. 9. Jungle doctor meets a lion --
v. 10. Eyes on jungle doctor --
v. 11. Jungle doctor stings a scorpion --
v. 12. Jungle doctor pulls a leg. "TCPS2." Later ed. published as: Sourdough cookery.
Cover title.
Includes index.