Research Ethics Workshop

April 5-6, 2002

Kirksville Chapter of Sigma Xi

Sponsored by the Kirksville Chapter of Sigma Xi, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Truman State University

Free and open to the public

Activities Room, Student Union Building, Truman State University

Schedule

Friday, April 5, 2002
12:00 pm  Refreshments
12:30 pm  Welcome and Opening Remarks
Michael Goggin, Ph.D., Chapter President
12:40 pm  Keynote Address: "Responsible Conduct of Research"
Gail Gibbons, J.D., Deputy Chief, Office of Research Integrity/Office of General Council, Department of Health and Human Services
Case Studies:  Each case study will involve small group discussions and a panel discussion.
1:40 pm  Case Study I (Plagiarism)
3:00 pm  Case Study II (Authorship)
4:15 pm  Case Study III (Misrepresentation of Data)
5:30 pm  Workshop Adjourns
6:308:00 pm  Annual Sigma Xi Banquet (members and invited guests. There is a fee for this event) Governors Room, Student Union Building, Truman State University
Saturday, April 6, 2002
8:30 am  Coffee
9:00 am  Opening Remarks
Michael Goggin, Ph.D.
9:05 am  Address: "The Myth and Reality of Informed Consent to Research"
Jerry Menikoff, J.D., M.D., Assistant Professor, Dept. of History and Philosophy of Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center
10:00 am  Address: "Ethical Use of Animals in Research"
Richard Doyle, D.V.M., Chairman, Department of Comparative Medicine, Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Case Studies:  Separate Sessions for Human Subjects and Animal Subjects.
11:00am  Case Study I (Human: Informed Consent; Animal: Behavioral research on captive populations)
11:45am  Lunch
12:45 pm  Case Study II (Human: Clinical Trials; Animal: Pain Research)
1:30 pm  Case Study III (Human: Human deception; Animal: Suitable alternatives)
2:15 pm  Concluding comments
2:30 pm  Adjourn

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