human subjects protection

Moral Science: Protecting Participants in Human Subjects Research

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues issued its report concerning federally-sponsored research involving human volunteers, concluding that current rules and regulations provide adequate safeguards to mitigate risk.  In its report, Moral Science: Protecting Participants in Human Subjects Research, the Commission also recommended 14 changes to current practices to better protect research subjects, and called on the federal government to improve its tracking of research programs supported with taxpayer dollars.

TRANSCRIPT, Meeting 7, Session 10

Amy Gutmann:  Okay. Welcome back.  This is the final session of this meeting and it’s important for this session for us to go back to the fundamental question put to the commission.


Thu, 11/17/2011

TRANSCRIPT, Meeting 7, Session 9

Amy Gutmann:  So here's what I—yes, here's what I suggest—we segue to Dan Sulmasy, who will introduce the topic of compensation on behalf of the commission and the thinking today about it.  And—


James Wagner:  [Inaudible]. 


Amy Gutmann:  —Daniel and Karen, if you would like to stay at the table, we would be happy to include you in the discussion.  I see nods, right?  Good. 


James Wagner:  Let's do that. 



Thu, 11/17/2011

TRANSCRIPT, Meeting 7, Session 7

Amy Gutmann:  Thank you. I'm going to wait until Mr. Ken Feinberg arrives, and I know he's here so–so let me set the context for this session, and we are extremely pleased to have a special guest with us, and here's the context.


Wed, 11/16/2011

TRANSCRIPT, Meeting 7, Session 8

James Wagner:  Good morning and commissioners, welcome back, guests, welcome to the second day of our what did we say this is, the seventh meeting? 


Amy Gutmann:  Yes. 



Thu, 11/17/2011


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