This week we are learning about the various types of studies that can be used in researching a population for risk factors, controls versus experimental treatment, and the Framingham heart study is introduced. On pages 14 and 18 the text discusses the ethical considerations for researchers concerning their conduct and the design of the study. [M1] Research the ethical and legal concerns of clinical research in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. What aspects of clinical research design helps to protect the human subjects? What are the best practices of creating an informed consent? Finally, create an informed consent and include all the components that you have found are necessary to protect the patient.
Create a PowerPoint presentation of 9-10 slides, not including the title and reference slides. Keep bullet points to 3-5 words and include your discussion in the speaker notes, explaining your findings for each slide.
Your presentation should meet the following structural requirements:
- Be organized, using professional themes and transitions.
- Consist of 9-10 slides, plus the title and reference slides.
- Each slide must provide detailed speakers notes—a minimum of 100 words. Notes must draw from and cite relevant reference materials.
- Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of four scholarly articles. Two of these sources may be from the class readings, textbook, or lectures, but the others must be external. The Saudi Digital Library is a good place to find these references.
- Follow APA
Please include in-text citation and use the reference
Al Sayyari, A., Hejaili, F., & Shaheen, F. (2016). Interaction between Society and Medical Ethics in Saudi Arabia. Anthropology of the Middle East, 11(2), 60-75.
Federman, D. D., Hanna, K. E., & Rodriguez, L. L.(2002). A Systemic Approach to Human Research Participant Protection Programs. Retrived from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK43560/
Gallin, J. I., & Ognibene, F. P. (2012). Principles and practice of clinical research. ( 3rd ed.). USA: Academic Press.
Guraya, S. Y., London, N. J. M., & Guraya, S. S. (2014). Ethics in medical research. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, 2(3), 121-126.
Nwabueze, R. N. (2016). Legal and ethical regulation of biomedical research in developing countries (1st ed.). London: Routledge.
Regmi, P. R., Aryal, N., Kurmi, O., Pant, P. R., Van Teijlingen, E., & Wasti, S. P. (2017). Informed consent in health research: challenges and barriers in low‐and middle‐income countries with specific reference to Nepal. Developing world bioethics, 17(2), 84-89.
Tereskerz, P. M. (2012). Clinical research and the law. United Kingdom, UK: John Wiley & Sons.
The Saudi Commission for Health Specialties. (2014). Introduction to clinical research for residents. Retrieved from: https://www.scfhs.org.sa/en/Media/OtherPublications/ Documents/Introduction%20to%20Clinical%20Research.pdf.
Worldometer. (2018). Saudi population. Retrieved from: http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/saudi-arabia-population/