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The Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Human Subject Research Course Collection

 Collection — Box: BRL Shared 013, Folder: 5-8
Identifier: BRL-033
The collection contains materials for the NIH's Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Human Subject Research course. It includes the syllabus and the readings for the course. The course was presented by the the NIH's Department of Clinical Bioethics at the Warren G. Magnuson Clinical Center from October-November 2002.

Recordings of lectures from the course are available online at the NIH VideoCasting website.

Dates

  • 2002

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Materials are open without restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

Researchers are solely responsible for determining the copyright status of the materials being used, establishing who the copyright owner is, locating the copyright owner, and obtaining permission for intended use.

Extent

0.2 Cubic Feet (in 4 folders)

Overview

The collection contains materials for the NIH's Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Human Subject Research course. It includes the syllabus and the readings for the course. The course was presented by the the NIH's Department of Clinical Bioethics at the Warren G. Magnuson Clinical Center from October-November 2002.

Arrangement

The collection has not been rearranged by the processing archivist.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Immediate source of acquisition is unknown. The collection was retroactively accessioned in 2022.

Processing Information

The collection has been rehoused in an archival-quality box and folders.
Title
Guide to the Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Human Subject Research Course Collection
Status
completed
Author
John Zarrillo
Date
2022
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Repository Details

Part of the Bioethics Research Library Archives Repository

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