3 edition of Compensating for research injuries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies.June 1982.S/N 040-000-00455-6 (v. 1) 040-000-00456-4 (v. 2)
|Statement||Presidents Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research|
|Publishers||Presidents Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|v. 1. Report v. 2. Appendices.|
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COLLABORATION BETWEEN OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT CO-OPERATION AGENCIES AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS.
The section below discusses three specific examples of compensation systems set up to alleviate medical malpractice concerns, and it demonstrates the relative advantages and disadvantages between setting up a system with a broad base of compensable events and restricting the system to specific types of injuries. Perspect Clin Res 2013;4:61-9 How to cite this URL: Munshi R, Thatte U. As with the first two options, this alternative would probably require state legislation since tort rules are a matter of state law.
Indeed, this is the way in which many consent forms are treated in law. Dommel, Office for Protection from Research Risks, personal communication, July 1993. Compensating for research injuries It is well that, as philosophers and physicians, we grapple with the issues now when they are relatively simple, and while the pace of change is relatively slow.
Currently, these guidelines apply only for Phase I studies however the Government has indicated that further advice would be issued soon. The current legal regime provides certain protection only to those patients injured by counterfeit or inferior drug or device products.
,, Another issue that the CDSCO draft rules raises is the delivery of compensation.
If the system is government-sponsored, an agency will need to be set up to handle the claims. Concern has been voiced in the research ethics literature that under U. [Last accessed on 2012 Sep 7]. The next step was to estimate what workers would have earned had they not been injured, a task accomplished by identifying a matched control group of uninjured workers in the same firms at the same time who made similar wages.
Compensation is a means of redressing the imbalance between the risks undertaken by research subjects and the benefits that others enjoy as a result.
National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research.