|Statement||prepared by the Consent Panel Task Force of the National Council on Bioethics in Human Research (NCBHR) with the support of the Canadian Paediatric Society.|
|Contributions||National Council on Bioethics in Human Research. Consent Panel Task Force.|
|LC Classifications||R853.H8 R43 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 64 p. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||64|
ERIC is an ongoing collaborative partnership between the Centre for Children and Young People at Southern Cross University, Australia, and UNICEF’s Office of Research, Innocenti.. ERIC aims to assist researchers and the research community to understand, plan and conduct ethical research involving children and young people in any geographical, social, cultural or methodological context. Research Involving Children That DHHS Is Permitted to Conduct or Support, General Responsibilities of Data and Safety Monitoring Boards and Data Monitoring Committees, Determinations Related to Research Risks and Potential Benefits Required by Regulation for Federally Supported, Conducted, or Regulated Research Involving. 2 The Necessity and Challenges of Clinical Research Involving Children: 3 Regulatory Framework for Protecting Child Participants in Research: 4 Defining, Interpreting, and Applying Concepts of Risk and Benefit in Clinical Research Involving Children: 5 Understanding and Agreeing to Children's Participation in Clinical. REPORT AND Research RECOMMENDATIONS Involving Children THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN SUBJECTS OF BlOMEDlCAL AND BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH DHEW PUBLICATION NO. (OS) For sale by the Superintendant of Docments, U.S. Government Printing Office Washington, D.C. Stock No.
Clinical research involving children is essential to increase our understanding of childhood conditions and improve healthcare for children. Yet professionals and parents often feel uneasy about asking children to take part in research, for example because of potential risks or burdens. ERIC is a joint project led by the Centre for Children and Young People at Southern Cross University in partnership with the Centre for Research on Children and Families at the University of Otago, the UNICEF Office of Research at Innocenti and Childwatch International Research Network. Concerns about the adequacy of the system for protecting child participants in research, combined with the public commitment to expanding clinical research involving children, provided the impetus for this Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, which was requested in the Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act of (P.L. ). The legislation. Get this from a library! Research involving children: report and recommendations. Appendix.. [United States. National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research.].
Get this from a library! Appendix to report and recommendations, Research involving children. [United States. National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research.]. This practical book is essential reading for anyone who conducts or reviews research with children or young people. Priscilla Alderson is Emerita Professor of Childhood Studies at the Institute of Education University of London. Virginia Morrow is Senior Research Officer in the Department of International Development, University of Oxford. The Belmont Report prepared by the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research is a statement of basic ethical principles and guidelines that provide an analytical framework to guide the resolution of ethical problems that arise from research with human subjects. The basic ethical principles delineated in the report include. 45 CFR Research not involving greater than minimal risk to the children.. To approve this category of research, the IRB must make the following determinations: the research presents no greater than minimal risk to the children; and adequate provisions are made for soliciting the assent of the children and the permission of their parents or guardians, as set forth in HHS .