Bioethics and Reg of Human Subject Research (LAW-774-001)
This course is titled "Bioethics and Regulation of Human Subjects Research." This course satisfies the Health Care Compliance Certificate.
This course examines how the law reconciles conflicting values and interests in medicine, public health, and research involving human and non-human animal subjects. Topics include compliance with regulatory requirements applicable to human subjects and life sciences research —including informed consent, IRBs, including vulnerable populations in research, non-clinical research, and conscientious objection in the clinical context.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Carl Coleman et al., The Ethics and Regulation of Human Subjects Research (2d ed. 2015). Additional reading assignments will be posted on MyWCL.
First Class Readings
Carl E. Schneider, “Bioethics in the Language of the Law,” 24 (4) Hastings Center Report 16 (1994).
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