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The Investigator and the IRB: A Survey of Depression and Schizophrenia Researchers
Despite the integral part Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) play in U.S. research, research on IRBs is lacking. This is especially true in the area of mental health investigator-IRB interactions. It was hypothesized that ...
Being-With Dying: Authenticity in End-of-Life Encounters
Families and their dying members have notably unmet needs. This is in large part due to health professionals being unprepared to be authentic (emotionally appropriate, purposive, and responsible) in end-of-life encounters. ...
Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychiatry in Penal and Other Correctional Facilities
Forensic mental health practitioners, especially psychiatrists working in jails, prisons or other correctional facilities, face special problems that are unlike others encountered in bioethics.
Stigmate et santé publique
Illnesses have always nourished phenomena of stigmatization, to which public health has occasionally contributed. This observation remains true today, in particular for risk-taking behaviour, and signals the emergence of ...
The Neglect of Racism as an Ethical Issue in Health Care
Race and racism has been increasingly implicated in known disparities in the health and health care of racial, ethnic and cultural minorities groups. Despite the obvious ethical implications of this observation, racism as ...
Suicidality and Risk of Suicide -- Definition, Drug Safety Concerns, and a Necessary Target for Drug Development: A Consensus Statement
OBJECTIVE: To address issues concerning potential treatment-emergent "suicidality," a consensus conference was convened March 23-24, 2009. PARTICIPANTS: This gathering of participants from academia, government, and industry ...
Specifying the Effects of Religion on Medical Helpseeking: The Case of Infertility
Several recent studies have examined the connection between religion and medical service utilization. This relationship is complicated because religiosity may be associated with beliefs that either promote or hinder medical ...
More Than Tuskegee: Understanding Mistrust About Research Participation
This paper describes results of a qualitative study that explored barriers to research participation among African American adults. A purposive sampling strategy was used to identify African American adults with and without ...