7 edition of History and theory of human experimentation found in the catalog.
History and theory of human experimentation
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ulf Schmidt, Andreas Frewer (eds.).|
|Series||Geschichte und Philosophie der Medizin = History and philosophy of medicine -- Bd. 2, Geschichte und Philosophie der Medizin -- Bd. 2.|
|Contributions||Schmidt, Ulf, 1967-, Frewer, Andreas.|
|LC Classifications||R853.H8 H57 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||364 p. :|
|Number of Pages||364|
|LC Control Number||2008359420|
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The unethical military experiments during the Cold War would have been impossible if GIs had had the right to abort assignments or raise complaints. As we address the ethical issues of human experimentation, we often find ourselves traversing complex ethical terrain. Vigilance is most essential when vulnerable populations are involved. ] HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS 9 ofsubjects ofresearch. The requirements ofconsent4 and informed consent,S based on principles of autonomy and self-determination,6 became central prescriptions for the protection ofsubjects ofresearch. What transpired at Auschwitz and Tuskegee would not have led to.
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History and Theory of Human Experimentation: The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics (Geschichte Und Philosophie Der Medizin. History and Philosophy of Medicine) 1st EditionCited by: History and Theory of Human Experimentation by Andreas Frewer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1).
History and Theory of Human Experimentation: The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics Schmidt, Ulf and Frewer, Andreas, eds. () History and Theory of Human Experimentation: The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics.
History and Theory of Human Experimentation: The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics. Geschichte und Philosophie der Medizin. Stuttgart: Steiner, pp. ISBN Reviewed by Richard Weikart Published on H-German (November, ) Commissioned by Eve M.
Duﬀy (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill). Public awareness of the scientific, ethical, legal, and social dimensions of medical research on human beings has increased dramatically since World War II.
The Nuremberg Trials horrified the world by revealing the extent to which Nazi physicians had tortured, mutilated, and killed human beings in the name of medical science and the exigencies of by: 9. Hayden White and History & Theory. History and Theory is pleased to share with the public a collection of all the works by and about Hayden White that it has published since Please click here to.
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History and theory of human experimentation: the declaration of Helsinki and modern medical ethics. [Ulf Schmidt; Andreas Frewer;] -- "Despite having been revised and criticised over the years, the Declaration of Helsinki remains one of the most important.
Within the history portion of the book, my only real objection is that the burgeoning of interest in informed consent that begins in the 's is read almost exclusively from within the context of legal and medical thinking (including medical research activity), e.g., the thalidomide scandal, the JCDH scandal, the Tuskegee Syphilis study Cited by: Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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Human experimentation in historical and ethical perspectives books, reports, laws and regulations, and meetings concerned with the ethical aspects of biomedical interventions on human beings and, in particular, those of an experimental nature.
for the increasingly important subject of biomedical experimentation involving human subjects Cited by: Ulf Schmidt, Andreas Frewer (eds), History and theory of human experimentation: the Declaration of Helsinki and modern medical ethics, History and Philosophy of Medicine, vol.
2, Stuttgart, Franz Steiner,pp.€ (hardback, ). - Volume 53 Issue 4. Human experimentation in historical and ethical perspectives While the older, naturally-occurring, medicaments of plant or mineral origin were mostly without demonstrable therapeutic action, long experience had shown that, in the doses used, they caused no serious by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. A History and Theory of Informed Consent - Ruth R. Faden, Tom L. Beauchamp - Google Books Clearly argued and written in nontechnical language, this book provides a definitive account of informed 5/5(1).
In his book, Malthus pointed out the human population’s continual struggle for survival and that a population’s natural tendency is to produce more offspring than can possibly survive. Darwin applied this principle to animals and plants, and his theory of evolution began to develop.
The book sheds light on keenly debated issues of both science and jurisprudence, including the ethics of human experimentation; the doctrine of informed consent; and the Code's impact on today's international human rights agenda. 1. Soc Sci Med. ;16(15) Human experimentation in historical and ethical perspectives.
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2 (), This is what climate change as “world history” is: a stage for the play of various human emotions including those of hope and despair.Unethical human experimentation in the United States describes numerous experiments performed on human test subjects in the United States that have been considered unethical, and were often performed illegally, without the knowledge, consent, or informed consent of the test tests have occurred throughout American history, but particularly in the 20th century.