Modírëyåt ëjrai-í akhalg dar pajohesh hay-í uluum pezeshk-í : natåejeh ek kargåh
Seyed Hassan Saada
Amin Mahmood, Robati
Journal of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine 2008; 1 (3) : 5-16 Accessed: http://journals.tums.ac.ir/abs.aspx?org_id=59&culture_var=en&journal_id=24&segment=en&issue_id=726&manuscript_id=11986 [2010 June 27]
Nowadays one of the major problems in research ethics, especially in medical researchers, is how to make bioethics codes practical and how to oblige researchers to perform them. In this essay, we have tried to suggest all detailed activities of different management sides which have a role in different phases of performing a research project, to make codes more practical. In order to provide a practical guideline in medical research ethics issue from different points of view, a workshop was held by the presence of some representatives from type1 medical universities, 9 research centers, Pasteur Institute, molecular research and stem cells networks, and members of national research ethics committee. Participants were divided into 5 groups based on their proficiency and management scopes and edited the task's descriptions. These groups included: 1) task's description for ethics committee of universities; 2) task's description for research executive managers and research deputies of universities and research centers; 3) task's description for professors, executors, managers, research deputies of departments and research council's department; 4) task's description for international relationship committees of universities; 5) task's description for publishing committees. These 5 groups were chosen deliberatively. Considering importance of bioethics, interference of environmental and sociological factors, local area culture and existence of executive facilities, providing practical codes of ethics needs group assistance and researchers' national impetus, research affairs accomplishment and massive country management.
Advisory Committees; Biomedical Research; Cells; Codes of Ethics; Culture; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Islamic Ethics; Managers; Medical Research; Organization and Administration; Publishing; Research; Research Ethics; Research Ethics Committees; Researchers; Sharia; Stem Cells; Universities; Religious Ethics; Bioethics; Bioethics Commissions / Councils; Codes of / Position Statements on Professional Ethics; Human Experimentation Policy Guidelines / Institutional Review Boards; Scientific Research Ethics;
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