McMaster University

McMaster University

HRM

Health Research Methodology

The main focus of the HRM programme at McMaster is to educate a variety of people and health care professionals with backgrounds in social and biological sciences, population health, clinical epidemiology, health care and health services research methods. The HRM courses involve faculty from a broad range of disciplines and faculties.

HRM 742 Ethics Research Involving Human Subject

Instructors: Lisa Schwartz and Don Willison

May 1, 2006

HRM 742 Ethics Research Involving Human Subject

Instructors: Lisa Schwartz and Don Willison

All session will bein in HSC-4G42 Start Date: May 3, 2005

Brief Course Outline:

Session 1 Course overview

Session 2 Guiding Principles: autonomy, beneficence & justice - L. Schwartz

Session 3 Research on human subjects: Subjects as Objects - L. Schwartz

Session 4 Ethical issues in genomics - F. Miller

Session 5 Research on human subjects – Clinical Trials H. Sampson

Session 6 Privacy and confidentiality - D. Willison

Session 7 Research integrity – Data management & analysis - L. Thabane

Session 8 Ethical issues in qualitative research - K. Szala-Meneok

Session 9 Communities - L. Schwartz

Session 10 International research

Session 11 Research integrity – Publication J. Hoey, Editor CMAJ

Session 12 Research integrity – financial and intellectual property issues –L. Evans

Session 13 Setting the research agenda - D. Willison, L. Schwartz

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