Discussion Question
Complete the “Protecting Human Research Participants” course located on

Ethics and Human Subject Protection: A Comprehensive Introduction

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Ethics and Human Subject Protection: A Comprehensive Introduction

PETER: I know you may not have access to this. I am hoping you will be able to get info from your resources or have worked on this before. If so, see assignment below. I have already taken the courses.

Once you have completed, respond to the following:

1. Share your reaction to this course.
2. Next, research your workplace organization to find out how research is conducted that involves human participants. For example, is there an IRB or ethics committee? If so, do they review proposals?
3. Next, find out the composition of the members and discuss if they meet federal guidelines.

support what you say with relevant citations in the APA format from both the course materials and outside resources. Include the South University Online Library in your research activities utilizing not only the nursing resource database, but also those pertaining to education, business, and human resources.

PETER: I own an aesthetic Medical Spa so we don’t really have anything. However, perhaps you can speak to a surgical center as that has been most of my work in the hospital and ambulatory surgical centers.

Here is an example of the beginning of a different student:
The course provided valuable information regarding the guidelines involved within ethics committees and the responsibilities of the institutional review board (IRB). It was eye-opening to see how much commitment and accountability are needed to protect human rights in clinical trials. The course covered the three main codes that must be followed during clinical research: The Nuremberg Code, the Declaration of Helsinki, and the Belmont Report. The Nuremberg Code was the first to consider informed consent, even though it was not legally enforced (“Ethics”, 2022). The Declaration of Helsinki further enhanced informed consent by implementing protocols to adhere to and the necessity of ethics committees (“Ethics”, 2022). The Belmont Report emphasized three fundamental principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and critical guides in ethical decision-making (“Ethics”, 2022). This course reinforced my belief that ethical considerations should always come first moving forward and made me realize how important it is to understand ethics in clinical trials.

Research involving human participants in ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) typically follows a structured process to ensure ethical standards and scientific rigor.




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