2 edition of Biomedical research in developing countries found in the catalog.
Biomedical research in developing countries
|Statement||A. P. Brizi ...[et al.].|
|Contributions||Brizi, A. P., United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute., Agenzia italiana del farmaco.|
|LC Classifications||R854.A3 B56 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||2009492750|
SAGE Publishing is committed to disseminating high-quality research and engaged scholarship globally. Through partnerships with several global initiatives including Research4Life, INASP and eIFL, we are pleased to offer 1, journals, eBooks and other digital resources, to institutions in developing countries for free or at a greatly reduced price. Zebrafish in Biomedical Research describes the current understanding of zebrafish as a model organism in biomedical science. Written by experts in the field, this volume discusses the potential use of zebrafish in neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, in respiratory and kidney diseases, and in developing new drugs.
Biomedical research is a powerful tool for solving health challenges developing regions. The present study aimed at describing the needs of biomedical science training in Africa from the experience of young African scientists at home and in the Diaspora. Double standards in medical research in developing countries / Ruth Macklin. p. cm. – (Cambridge law, medicine, and ethics; 2) Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 0 4 – isbn 0 0 (pbk.) 1. Medical care – Research – Developing countries. 2. Medical ethics – Developing countries. 3.
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There has been a rapid increase in the pace and scope of international collaborative research in developing countries in recent years. This study argues that whilst ethical regulation of biomedical research in Africa and other developing countries has attracted global attention, legal liability issues, such as the application of common law rules and the development of legally Cited by: 5.
Buy Legal and Ethical Regulation of Biomedical Research in Developing Countries: Read Books Reviews - ed by: 5. analyzed countries 75% 25% 0% 3) Presence of national or institutional research ethics committees reviewing biomedical research with human participants 20% 7,5% 72,5% 2) Existence of national specific guidelines and/or SOPs concerning ethics in clinical research 7,5% 17,5% 75% 1) Existence of national specific legislation on.
This study argues that whilst ethical regulation of biomedical research in Africa and other developing countries has attracted global attention, legal liability issues, such as the application of common law rules and the development of legally enforceable regulations, have been neglected.
It is amazing to see how medical science has progressed. Medical research is now cross-national and cross-cultural, the relentless progress of globalization poses complex ethical questions for those wishing to do medical research in developing countries.
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Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries. Udo Schuklenk, professor of bioethics and human rights overview this book could well become the standard textbook for researchers and students in postgraduate courses in biomedical ethics.
Also relevant is Macklin's discussion of the difficult issues of funding research into Author: Udo Schuklenk. Get this from a library.
Legal and ethical regulation of biomedical research in developing countries. [Remigius N Nwabueze] -- "There has been a rapid increase in the pace and scope of international collaborative research in developing countries in recent years.
This study argues that whilst ethical regulation of biomedical. Framing the Issue In the s, the term “the 10/90 gap” was used to refer to the gross inequity that only about 10% of global spending on health research was directed at alleviating the disease burdens of low- and middle-income countries, where roughly 90% of the world’s “preventable mortality” occurred.
As diseases such as cancer, Read more. This book deals with the international assessment and regulation of biomedical research.
In its chapters, some of the leading figures in today's bioethics address questions centred on global development, scientific advances, and vulnerability. The series Values In Bioethics makes available original philosophical books in all areas of bioethics, including medical and nursing.
The ethics of biomedical research in developing countries is hotly debated. Utilizing 21 cases of actual research trials, this book explores a wide range of ethical challenges in conducting research in developing countries. Medical research is now cross-national and cross-cultural, the relentless progress of globalization poses complex ethical questions for those wishing to do medical research in developing countries.
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Biomedical Engineering Education for Developing Countries Article in IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(3) October with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Tania Douglas.
The Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Research is published by the College of Medical Sciences, University of Benin to encourage research into primary health care. The journal will publish original research articles, reviews, editorials, commentaries, case reports and letters to the editor.
Articles are welcome in all branches of medicine and dentistry including basic sciences. Medical and scientific research is now cross-national and cross-cultural. The relentless progress of globalization poses complex ethical questions for those wishing to do healthcare research in developing countries 1, 2, 3, some forms of research sponsorship are altruistic, much research is driven by economic or academic interests that may or may not reflect the needs of Cited by: The Mouse in Biomedical Research History, Wild Mice, and Genetics The use of mice in biomedical research greatly facilitates the understanding of human biology and is critical for the development of treatment for diseases.
Adenoviruses are associated with acute pneumonia in children in developing countries, where they are a major cause. Ethical Issues in International Biomedical Research is the definitive book on the ethics of research involving human subjects in developing countries.
Using 21 actual case studies, it covers the most controversial topics, including the ethics of placebo research in Africa, what benefits should be provided to the community after completion of a. This book analyzes the major issues of research ethics through a careful review of the treatment in official policies on research ethics developed throughout the world (especially North America, Western Europe, and the Pacific Rim).
Among the issues covered are animal research, research on human subjects, epidemiological research, genetic research, reproductive research. The book highlights particular issues raised by genetic research on populations as a whole, such as the potential harm specific groups may suffer in genetic research, and the capacity for current frameworks of Western developed countries to provide .ethics of biomedical research in developing countries, its main scope and objectives.
In Chapter I “The International Guidance”: an overview of the main international guidelines and regulations in the field of ethics of biomedical research; - a list of other most relevant documents in the field of research ethics with their synthetic.Countries, Participants in the Conference on Ethical Aspects of Research in Developing ().
Moral standards for research in developing countries: from “reasonable availability” to “fair benefits ”. Hastings Center Report 34 (3), 17–Author: Alex John London.