Declaration of Helsinki


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A list of recommendations and guidelines for doctors conducting biomedical research involving human subjects, which translates the principles of the Nuremberg Code

Declaration of Helsinki

(hĕl′sĭng-kē)
A guideline promulgated by the World Medical Association that governs the ethical treatment of patients enrolled in medical research.
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Since change in compensation policy in our country is likely to take time to fulfil the requirements of the Declaration of Helsinki, [4] what should RECs do now?
For example, the Belmont Report (5) contains little on international research (though it posits a principle of justice), whereas the Declaration of Helsinki, (6) the CIOMS guidelines (ClOMS), (7) and other policies address international research head on.
55) The families brought suit pursuant to the Alien Tort Claims Act and sought to recover damages for violations of international law established under: the Declaration of Helsinki, the Nuremberg Code, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), and other international customary norms.
The Declaration of Helsinki 2008 explicitly provides for the participant to consult family members or community leaders on research participation.
Food and Drug Administration, TPD chose not to accept the 2000 revision of the Declaration of Helsinki which (similarly) requires that" [a] new method should be tested against .
The study was conducted according to the principles of the revised Declaration of Helsinki, a statement of ethical principles to provide guidance to physicians and other participants in medical research involving human subjects, Good Clinical Practice and local regulations.
Notwithstanding criticisms of the Declaration of Helsinki, including its current revisions, by some commentators, the Declaration of Helsinki is recognised as one of the most authoritative statements on ethical standards for human research in the world.
Regardless of country, Quintiles strictly adheres to ethical principles articulated by international guidelines such as ICH, the Declaration of Helsinki, CIOMS and The Belmont Report.
All studies were carried out in accordance with the declaration of Helsinki and with the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals as adopted and promulgated by the National Institutes of Health (National Research Council 1996).
The World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki on Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects is included; a list of Human Rights Treaties and UN Conference Documents, Human Rights relating to reproductive and sexual health, State Parties to Human Rights Treaties, and General Recommendations and Comments by Human Rights Treaty Committees are also listed.
Studies were conducted in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki.
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