The Oxford textbook of clinical research ethics Ezekiel Emanuel, Christine Grady, Robert Crouch, Reidar Lie, Franklin Miller, David Wendler. World Bank. Washington, DC [email protected] The Oxford Textbook of Clinical. Research Ethics. Edited by Ezekiel J. Emanuel. The primary aim of The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics is 'to create a comprehensive and systematic synthesis of all the literature.
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Lie, Franklin G. Inclusion Criteria A list of requirements that must be met by all study participants. Inclusion criteria determine whether or not an individual is eligible to participate. Examples include: participants must be within years of age; participants must be female; participants must have a specific health condition being studied such as asthma or cancer.
Informed Consent The process in which researchers communicate information about a study to potential participants. Information delivered during this process includes, but is not limited to, the purpose of the study, the risks and benefits, and that participation is voluntary and can be discontinued at any time.
Institutional Review Board IRB An independent group of researchers, non-researchers, and community members that reviews, approves, and monitors each research study that is conducted at an institution to ensure that the rights and safety of participants are protected. The IRB has the right to reject or discontinue any study that does not comply with federal, state, and institutional regulations.
Intervention A procedure, action, drug, device, or other behavioral or medical process that is being tested in a research trial. Non-therapeutic Relating to something that does not treat, cure, or heal. Placebo A pill, liquid, powder, or other intervention that does not contain any active ingredients. It is made to be indistinguishable from the active intervention.
Population The larger group of people of interest in a particular study. Randomization The process by which participants in a research study are assigned to a treatment or intervention by chance. Sample This is the subset of the population who are asked to participate in the study.