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I am a student at the University of Louisville and I am conducting a study as part of requirements for Kaiser Permanente's drug efficacy research... is an example of what part of informed consent?
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Identification of the researcher and presentation of credentials
If a sponsor or sponsoring agency is involved in a research study, should the subject be informed of this?
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Yes
What extra precautions do nurse researchers in clinical practice need to take when interacting with research subjects?
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Nurse researchers in clinical practice need to inform clients that they are performing in the capacity of researcher and not as a nurse.
What terminology is quickly becoming the preferred wording when referring to research subjects?
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Instead of subjects, calling them participants, respondents or informants
__________ required that researchers recruit women and minorities for their studies.
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Public Law 103-4
Researchers applying for NIH funding must include plans for the recruitment of what groups?
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Women, men, and ethnic or racial groups to ensure adequate gender and minority representation
Explaining that an individual was selected because they had a recent diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis is an example of what component of informed consent?
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Describing the subject selection process
What characteristics are integral to documentation presented to potential research subjects in order to meet the informed consent principle of fully describing a study?
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It should be in the preferred language of the reader and at a reading level easily understood by the reader
Telling a client when a study will be conducted, where it will be conducted, their required time involvement, and activities they must perform are all activities to meet what part of informed consent?
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Discussing study procedures
What is required if information must be withheld from a research participant about a study?
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They must be informed that they are not privvy to all available information prior to their participation and must be debriefed afterward.
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____________ is a meeting with research participants that ensures their understanding and the justification for the procedures used in the study.
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Debriefing
What are a subject's rights with respect to a research study where they weren't fully informed prior to their participation?
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They must be fully informedat the study's conclusion and and be given the opportunity to withdraw their consent to include their data in the study's results
The ___________ set the standard that research must be for the good of society
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Nuremberg Code
What is included in the potential benefits portion of informed consent?
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The benefit to the individual as well as the benefit to other persons from the knowledge gained
What are the risks from compensating research participants for their involvement in a study?
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They may bias the results by performing the way they believe the examiner/researcher wants them to behave.
"You may fill out this questionnaire here or take it home," is an example of a statement that meets what part of informed consent?
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Disclosing any alternative procedures.
Disclosing that a the client's costs for lab tests, travel expenses or associated expenses from minimization of adverse results developed during participation in a study will be reimbursed are examples of what part of informed consent?
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Discussing compensation
Telling a research participant that they may be assigned randomly in the control group or in the group receiving treatment in a study is an example of what component of informed consent?
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Discussing any alternative procedures
If a research participant in a clinical trial for a new HIV medication was in the control group, what is commonly done for them at the end of the study?
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They are offered the experimental treatment or if they received traditional treatment as the control group then they are offered the alternate treatment. (This is covered in the alternative procedures section of informed consent)
When no one, including a researcher can link a research participant to the data they generate, this is referred to as...
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Anonymity
If a research subject can be linked in some way to the data they generate, a researcher has the obligation to address ____________.
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Confidentiality
  
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