NURS 691A WCU Wk 1 Protecting Human Research Participants Reflection

Description

Protecting human research participants is of utmost importance. Even though your change project will not be 
implemented in the field and you will not be engaging with human subjects in this context, it is still critical that all 
healthcare professionals have a solid foundation in patient rights and protections within the realm of research.
It  is essential that all healthcare professionals, whether or not they are  currently involved in research studies, remain aware of regulatory  policies and updates such as the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human SubjectsLinks to an external site., or Common Rule, that will take effect January 2019. 
Review the Frequently Asked Questions on Requirements for Education at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) link here: https://humansubjects.nih.gov/requirement-education 
 Links to an external site.
Download the  PDF documents listed below. Read the detailed document by the NIH and  then take the self-check quiz to check your understanding before  completing this week’s assignment.
Protecting Human Research Participants  
 Download Protecting Human Research Participants 
Self-check Quiz 
 Download Self-check Quiz
If  you would like to review more information, you can go to the following  link to view 12 recorded webinars related to Human Research Protection  on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services YouTube channel:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r8cpgWs7j4&list=PL5965CB14C2506914Links to an external site. 
Assignment

This week, reflect on what you learned from the NIH materials about protecting the rights of human research participants.
Discuss at least two of the following in your paper:
Describe  the circumstances that influenced the need for a policy to protect  human research subjects. Give examples of specific ways human research  subjects can be harmed by researchers.
Identify  three vulnerable populations and the special restrictions associated  with human research among these groups. Evaluate the requirements and  restrictions. Do you think they are adequate? Why or why not?
The Belmont  Report summarizes the ethical principles and guidelines for research  involving human subjects. Three core principles are identified: respect  for persons, beneficence, and justice. Even though these principles are  considered equal, prioritize them in order of importance to you. Explain your decisions.
Although  you are not implementing a change project at this time, and you may not  be directly involved in research as part of your professional  responsibilities, explain the reasons why it is important for you to  know about these rights and protections.1
NIH Protecting Human Research Participants Reflection
Your name here
West Coast University
NURS 691A: Culminating Experience I
Dr. Tracy Macdonald
Due date
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NIH Protecting Human Research Participants Reflection
Give a brief overview of what you found and reviewed on the NIH page. If you have
completed the self-check quiz in the assignment, include your results in this section. Introduce
the two areas that you plan to discuss in the paper.
Discussion Part 1
Choose one of the following topics to discuss, using references from the text and
NIH page to support your discussion.
Choose 1 of the following to discuss in this portion of the paper:
Describe the circumstances that influenced the need for a policy to protect human research
subjects. Give examples of specific ways human research subjects can be harmed by researchers.
Identify three vulnerable populations and the special restrictions associated with human research
among these groups. Evaluate the requirements and restrictions. Do you think they are adequate?
Why or why not?
The Belmont Report summarizes the ethical principles and guidelines for research involving
human subjects. Three core principles are identified: respect for persons, beneficence, and
justice. Even though these principles are considered equal, prioritize them in order of importance
to you. Explain your decisions.
Although you are not implementing a change project at this time, and you may not be directly
involved in research as part of your professional responsibilities, explain the reasons why it is
important for you to know about these rights and protections
Discussion Part 2
Choose one of the following topics to discuss, using references from the text and
NIH page to support your discussion.
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Choose 1 of the following to discuss in this portion of the paper:
Describe the circumstances that influenced the need for a policy to protect human research
subjects. Give examples of specific ways human research subjects can be harmed by researchers.
Identify three vulnerable populations and the special restrictions associated with human research
among these groups. Evaluate the requirements and restrictions. Do you think they are adequate?
Why or why not?
The Belmont Report summarizes the ethical principles and guidelines for research involving
human subjects. Three core principles are identified: respect for persons, beneficence, and
justice. Even though these principles are considered equal, prioritize them in order of importance
to you. Explain your decisions.
Although you are not implementing a change project at this time, and you may not be directly
involved in research as part of your professional responsibilities, explain the reasons why it is
important for you to know about these rights and protections
Conclusion
Always end with a conclusion where you summarize your paper and repeat the primary
points. Discuss what you learned in the NIH website review, and how this will help you with
your research paper.
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References
Entries are organized alphabetically and formatted with a hanging indention. Include only
the sources you cited in the text of your paper.
American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological
Association (7th ed.). https://doi.org/10.1037/0000165-000
Harris, J. L., Roussel, L., Dearman, C., & Thomas, P. L. (2015). Project planning and
management for nurses and interprofessional teams (2nd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.
National Archives Federal Register. (2017). Federal policy for the protection of human subjects.
https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2017/01/19/2017-01058/federal-policy-forthe-protection-of-human-subjects
National Institute of Health. (2019). Human subjects research: Home page.
https://grants.nih.gov/policy/humansubjects.htm
National Institute of Health Office of Extramural Research. (2018). Protecting human research
participants. https://canvas.westcoastuniversity.edu/courses/28688/assignments/713408
Tappen, R. M. (2015). Advanced Nursing Research (2nd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.
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